What I Wore This Week

Hi everyone!

This is not a return to business as usual, but a new normal for my blog. I’m posting my “usual” weekly round-up now. I also have a post about Motif Olfactif, an independent Black-owned fragrance brand, in the works. Keep an eye out for that mid-week!

As for my weekly round-up, the weather was hot and humid here this past week, so I brought out all my favorite fresh and green scents. I also wore my Carven because I neglected it during springtime, or what little spring we could enjoy with lockdown. So I’m making the most of wearing it now. Here’s what I wore:

  • Monday: Fidji EDT by Guy Laroche
  • Tuesday: Chanel Cristalle Eau Verte
  • Wednesday: L’Eau Chic by Parfums de Nicolai
  • Thursday: Mon Oasis by Motif Olfactif
  • Friday: Carven Le Parfum
  • Saturday: Geranium & Verbena by Jo Malone

What did you all wear this week?

Be well, everyone!


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

10 thoughts on “What I Wore This Week

  1. I alternated wearing Wood Sage & Sea Salt and English Pear & Freesia this week. I’m really loving Wood Sage & Sea Salt right now. It transports me somewhere beachy without being too cliche, which is a nice feeling considering I feel so stuck.

    1. I always love WS&SS! You’re right, it’s not a cliche beachy scent. I always reach for Jo Malone when I feel like I’m in a rut.

  2. I love your choices! And I also appreciate your work to highlight Motif Olfactif. Today I wrote on my blog about the most successful perfumer you’ve never heard of, Howard Kennedy, an African-American man who overcame segregation in his youth to become the chief perfumer of worldwide fragrances and flavors for Coty in the 1980s. His fragrances won five FiFi “Fragrance of the Year” awards!

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