I’m taking a quick family trip to Boston this weekend, so I won’t have my usual What I Wore post up on Sunday morning. I thought I’d post this quick update instead and list my trusty travel sprays. Do Son EDT by Diptyque I took this one to Miami earlier in the spring. It’s a … More Of Travel (and travel sprays)
Notes: pink berries, citrus, clove, cinnamon, cassis, tuberose, iris, geranium, rose, violet, sandalwood, vanilla, woody notes, and amber. Diptyque is one of my favorite houses. I love their candles, scents, and even body products. But, I could never get along with the Eau de Toilette formulation of 34 boulevard Saint Germain. It just did not … More 34 boulevard Saint Germain EdP by Diptyque
Notes: Bulgarian rose, Laotian oud, Madagascar vanilla, tobacco, rum, sandalwood, labdanum, patchouli, and camphor. Oud Palao is actually Diptyque’s Fall release from 2015, although I’ve only just discovered it now as we head into Fall of 2016. The fragrance market is over-saturated with oud scents, particularly rose/oud, and it would be easy to miss this … More Oud Palao by Diptyque
Notes: fig tree leaves, wood, and white cedar. I recently came to the realization that I didn’t know much about fig scents. In my few years of perfume exploration, I had left this area of perfume sadly overlooked. Not anymore! And what better place to start in my fig education than with Diptyque’s venerable Philosykos. … More Philosykos by Diptyque
Water Lilies and Japanese Bridge by Monet I love sampling and writing reviews of different fragrances, but what I’m sampling doesn’t always correspond with what I’m wearing day-to-day. And since I do significantly change up my fragrances depending on the season, this seemed like the perfect time to take a break from the regular review … More What I’m Wearing: Summer Edition
Notes: lavender, coriander, cinnamon, nutmeg. As soon as I saw that Diptyque had released a lavender fragrance, I knew I had to try it. I love Diptyque’s Feuille de Lavande candle, and since Guerlain’s Jicky is one of my all-time favorite fragrances, it’s accurate to say that I love a good fougère fragrance. I was … More Warm to Cool: Diptyque’s Eau de Lavande
Hello, all! It’s true, I’m adding yet another perfume blog to the mix here. You might be thinking Do we really need one more person writing about perfume? All I can say is, taste in perfume is about as subjective as it gets, due in large part to that maddening, finicky, mercurial, wonderful thing called skin chemistry. … More Hello!