Fashion & Style Police Reviews Accessorize Lovelily Perfume

Hey peeps! Yes it is me; the perfume addict with yet another perfume review post. How would life be without perfumes? I don’t know but I know I won’t cope so well. I tried the amazing Accessorize Lovelily Perfume some weeks ago, and I have been dying to tell you all about it.

It was my first time trying an Accessorize perfume and I am glad I got the opportunity to. I recently write a review of the Monsoon Rose Gold perfume, a sister brand of Accessorize, and that was amazing as well. I am happy to see high street brands stepping in the perfume department.

 

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This fragrance opens with juicy top notes of raspberry and orange, invigorated with a zesty accord of bergamot. At its heart, Muguet (lily of the valley) combined with Jasmine work together to add a fresh and floral depth. Aromatic musks and sweet vanilla are united at the core.

Here are my thoughts on this perfume –

 

PROS
  1. I like the sweet fruity and vibrant fragrance.
  2. The striking bottle with a flower cap is a beauty. It looks amazing on my dressing table.
  3. It is quite affordable at £19 for a 75ml bottle.
  4. This is a long-lasting fragrance. It stayed on for some hours.
  5. I like the fact that the fragrance is not overpowering.

 

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CONS

None.

 

I can’t fault Accessorize Lovelily because there is absolutely no negative here with this perfume. It looks amazing, very affordable, smells great and looks so beautiful. What is there not to like?

It would make a great Christmas gift as well. So if you are an early bird, and have started your Christmas shopping already, then you should consider getting a perfume lover this fragrance.

 

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Have you tried Accessorize Lovelily perfume? What are your thoughts on it? Please share them in the comments section below.

Thanks for reading.

 

*PR sample.

Product Review – Viktor&Rolf Flowerbomb Bloom Eau De Toilette

I had the opportunity to try out the new Viktor&Rolf Flowerbomb Bloom Eau de Toilette, and I was blown away by the lovely fragrance.

I am a huge fan of Viktor&Rolf perfumes; I have used all of them, and reviewed a few on Fashion and Style Police, so I was super excited when this Flowerbomb Bloom bottle dropped on my doorstep. This new fragrance is known as the ‘Bloom of Spring’ is defined as fruity floriental, and I think the timing of the launch couldn’t be anymore perfect!

Flowerbomb Bloom was developed from our desire to create an airy fragrance with a burst of fresh flowers, one that was synonymous with a bloom of spring – Viktor&Rolf.

The new eau de toilette continues the iconic addiction of the Flowerbomb floral bouquet, adding in a breath of fresh air with a burst of fresh spring flowers to bring a fresh, sparkling and sensuous tone.

Here are my thoughts on this fragrance:

PROS

  1. It has a fresh, sparkling, juicy fragrance, which smells divine, and slightly lighter than the original Flowerbomb, so great for the spring/summer months.
  2. The fragrance is quite long-lasting for an Eau de Toilette. It stayed on for hours.
  3. I love the glamorous bottle. It is the shape of a diamond grenade, and features the trademark – wax Viktor&Rolf seal. It looks so pretty on my dressing table.
  4. The fragrance is quite memorable, like the other Viktor&Rolf fragrances I have tried.
  5. It can be purchased in most beauty shops, so it is easily accessible.

CONS

None.

I can’t fault this Viktor&Rolf Flowerbomb Bloom Eau De Toilette. It is a great spring fragrance to try this season, and I recommend to anyone in need of a new airy scent. This is definitely the scent of the season.It is an explosion of fruits and flowers!

You can grab a 30ml bottle for £45, 50ml bottle for £57 and 100ml bottle for £80.

What are your thoughts? Have you tried any Viktor&Rolf fragrance?

Please share your thoughts in the comments section below.

Thanks for reading, commenting and sharing. Have a lovely day.

*PR sample.

Product Review: Viktor and Rolf Bonbon Couture Eau de Parfum Intense

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I am a big fan of Deutsch brand – Viktor and Rolf. I have used a few of the brand’s perfumes and I am currently hooked on all of them. I reviewed the Bonbon by Viktor and Rolf some months ago, and I raved about how much I was in love with it. So you can imagine the joy when this Bonbon Couture Eau de Parfum Intense dropped on my doorstep. I was over the moon with excitement.

This Viktor & Rolf Bonbon Couture is all I thought it would be and more; it is a more intense interpretation of the original Bonbon fragrance. Viktor & Rolf have described this new fragrance as the new evolution of the original haute confection fragrance, drawing inspiration from the provocative masterpieces, glamour and elegance of their Haute Couture collections.

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Top notes: mandarin, neroli, peach
Heart: orange blossom, sambac jasmine, caramel
Base: sandalwood, patchouli, vanilla, white tobacco

Here are my thoughts on the Bonbon Couture –

  1. I adore the design of the bottle, I think it is really pretty. It is quite similar to the original Bonbon bottle but this bottle is a darker shade of pink with a lighter, matte bow.
  2. I am in love with the fragance. It is similar to the original Bonbon fragrance but this is more intense and more luxurious.
  3. It is a long-lasting fragance, it stayed on all day, and I didn’t have to re-apply.

CONS

None.

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The Viktor and Rolf Bonbon Couture Eau de Parfum Intense is an amazing fragrance. I am looking forward to using this fragrance this autumn/winter. I recommend this perfume to any woman in need of a strong fragrance this season, or if you feel like spoiling yourself, the Viktor and Rolf Bonbon Couture Eau de Parfum Intense is the way to go.

This fragrance will be available at Selfridges from 14th September. The prices are – £57 for a 30ml bottle, £79 for a 50ml bottle and £109 for a 90ml bottle.

 

What do you think of this fragrance? Have you used any Viktor & Rolf perfume before?

 

*PR sample.

 

 

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