Sunday, January 10
Rosie for Autograph EDP
At it's heart this perfume is immediately floral, notably of course, rose. It isn't a 'granny rose', it's very fresh and natural and is reminiscent of a dreamy rose garden on a lazy summer day. Although it's fresh and light, it feels warm too with base notes of sandalwood and musk. I think for this reason it smells familiar and comforting.
The bottle too is beautiful. I appreciate the simple design and rose gold hardware, though the 30ml bottle looks nicer than the 75ml. What's possibly most appealing about this fragrance is it's price point - £14 for 30ml or £28 for 75. For me this means I can spray it around liberally without worrying about buying a replacement.
I love this perfume and wear it all the time. At only £14 it gets more attention than Victor & Rolf's Flowerbomb or my more expensive scents. It's perfect for spring which seems not so far away in this mild January - here's to hoping it comes along soon!
Rosie for Autograph, £14