In this photo I am featuring three of my favorite scents that are completely different from each other. On the left is a bottle of the Vanille Eau de Toilette from Anthropologie. This is a scent that is very sweet and very strong. I was skeptical at first because of how sweet it is, so I purchased the smaller bottle (only $10!). After about two weeks of wearing it every day, receiving endless compliments, and dually using it as a room/linen spray, I had to go back for the bigger bottle. All the way on the right is a small bottle of Eau de Rochas which is sentimental to me because it is the fragrance that my dad bought for my mom throughout her twenties. At that time, you could only find it at large Henri Bendel stores, but today it is available at a good number of perfume retailers. It has a distinct scent that I had to grow in to. Now that I am in my twenties, I believe I can pull it off finally. In the back is my Tory Burch Roller Ball perfume box. I used the box for the picture because the actual bottle is always making its way from purse to purse of mine. Tory Burch only has one scent as of right now, but I absolutely adore it. I have gone through an entire bottle, and am speedily going through this travel size even though I regularly go upstairs to spray from my mom's bottle of the scent. Tory Burch also carries a variety of lipstick colors, but you'll often catch me wearing "Call Me." I wanted to feature it in this photograph with the cap off because the online image of the color is completely off (on the Nordstrom website/app at least). Online it looks more mauve but in real like it's a bright pink and goes on looking like a bubblegum shade.
Please share with me what some of your favorite fragrances and lipsticks are because I love trying out new ones! Happy Wednesday, Xoxo.
Trinket Drawer (Nordstrom Exclusive)
Tory Burch Lip Color in "Call Me"
Tory Burch Eau de Parfum Roller Ball
Bobbi Brown Makeup Palette
Eau de Rochas Eau de Toilette
Vanille Eau de Toilette 1.6 oz by L'Aromarine from Anthropologie -Available in stores but not online