What I Wore This Week

Hi, everyone! I’m here as usual with my weekly scent round-up. I’m pretty happy with my choices this week. I always try to mix in my designer favorites with some indie and niche picks.

  • Monday: Bas de Soie by Serge Lutens
  • Tuesday: Chanel No. 5 EDT
  • Wednesday: Dear Polly by Vilhelm Parfumerie
  • Thursday: Timbre EDP by Chris Rusak
  • Friday: Honeysuckle & Davana by Jo Malone
  • Saturday: L’Occitane Verveine EDT

What did you all wear this week?

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The photo was taken by me. Nothing in this post was gifted.


12 thoughts on “What I Wore This Week

  1. It was Winter Woods all week long for me!! Now that Sonoma Scent Studio is back in business I can wear it without worry about using it up. I may wear it again for the upcoming week too. There’s something refreshing about living in a perfume for a while and picking up different facets of it.

      1. How funny you commented because I was just thinking about you!! Fragrancenet has Merchant of Venice perfumes now. I was browsing and noticed them. The bottles are quite pretty.

    1. Yay, such good news about Sonoma Scent Studio!

      I agree, there’s something interesting about wearing the same scent. Especially when some of us (me) typically have so many on rotation, lol!

    1. Ah, you’ve reminded me that I still have not yet sniffed Bengale Rouge. I’ve heard nothing but raves. Perhaps I’ll make it one of my first samples of 2020!

      1. It is very beautiful! I got it when Ave Parfum had a sale of in-stock items. Yes, I did blind buy it, based on her other scents I like and the great reviews, and I’m glad I did!

        1. I’m glad it was a successful blind buy for you! I’ve resolved not to do any blind buys this year so I’ll sample it if I can.

        2. I should call it a semi-blind buy, lol, since I’ve tried all the Papillon fragrances, so I had a pretty good idea that I would like this one after reading all the reviews. The only other one I own as a full bottle, though, is Dryad. Very tempted by Angelique.

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