33 minutes ago
I am constantly seduced by duty free. It’s a problem. I picked up the Tiffany and Co perfume at LAX in 2017 and it very quickly became my go-to work fragrance. With top notes of mandarin orange, bergamot and lemon, middle notes of iris, black currant, peach and rose, and base notes of patchouli and musk, in my opinion it’s a modern floral fragrance.
In terms of longevity, applying the marching lotion definitely helps. That said, like most “mainstream” perfumes, longevity is hard to pin down because a lot of it depends on your own skin chemistry.
The @tiffanyandco fragrance has gorgeous, diamond-like packaging, that classic Tiffany blue, which makes it a pleasure to use and see sitting on your dresser. It’s not your grandmother’s perfume; to me it is fresh and interesting but ultimately it’s incredibly wearable. It’s not the fragrance that is going to get you pulled aside by strangers to ask what you’re wearing, which is why I think it’s perfect for work.
The Tiffany and Co EDP is $200 for 75mls and is available from @myer and the other usual suspects.
Clare // ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️