Thursday, July 11, 2013

Essential luxuries by Oscar de la Renta


Hello, how are you doing?
I received these mini perfumes in the June's month of Glossybox
This month's box is Dallas Shaw.





                                           A timeless, classic floral bouquet as elegant as the women who inspire Mr. de la Renta's luxurious designs: ladylike, refined and rare. The scent is an unforgettable blend of mimosa, violet and orris, softened with luxurious woody green notes.


                                            A smooth, smoky tabac fragrance inspired by the tropical setting of Oscar de la Renta's birthplace, Santo Domingo. Fresh, citrusy notes of mandarin and coriander embrace the rich warmth of tobacco, patchouli and spices in the luscious scent.


                                             An unmistakable, white floral bouquet intrinsically associated with Mr. de la Renta's devotion to family and his passion for gardening embodied in a lush, creamy accord of tuberose and ylang-ylang that mingle with peach for a warm tropical twist and an intoxicating trail.



                                           A daring, dark oriental laced with gourmand nuances that embody the opulent textures in Oscar de la Renta;s celebrated runway collections. The fragrances unfolds to a warm, inviting blend of the unique hoya carnosa flower with hints of honey and bitter almond surrounded by dark cacoa and patchouli for a mysterious, delectable treat.



                                           A crisp green invigorating accord in the essence of sea spray in a splashy Eau de Cologne. Fresh citrus notes, watery cucumber and an unexpected revitalizing greenness combine with warm sunshine and patchouli for a lasting serene finish.

                                              A romantic citrus floral accord with a  radiant, feminine air inspired by the memory of the majestic Alhambra patios. The sweet scent of jasmine petals and bitter orange enlightened by exotic roses reflects off a fresh stream of water, leaving a lingering impression


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