New season, new scent. I don’t know about the weather in general, but in Paris, the rainy, drippy, uncomfortable side of autumn has really begun to show. Freezing cold, wet and approximately twenty minutes of daylight (which also may be because I tend to sleep in a lot)… So the only thing there is left to do is breaking out the Bailey’s, spike your hot chocolate, pull out a cozy, fluffy brand-new angora sweater (thank you Zara, for always taking care of me in times of need) – and switch from your summer perfume to something old, new, or blue.
Granted, Bleu de Chanel is a men’s perfume but after trying it pretty much every time I passed a Sephora, I decided why not give it a run. In a girly crew with all kinds of Chloé fragrances and the occasional Tom Ford, it’s nice to switch it up a bit. Although, which even I have to admit, it definitely smells nicer on men (yes, I made every male around me try it on), I like having a personal scent of the woody grapefruit fragrance, mixed with slight traces of smoke and fresh laundry powder (don’t judge an olfactory freak unless you smell it yourself!). A toast to fall!
Bleu de Chanel EdT 50ml 59,95€
Notes of citrus (bergamot, lemon, grapefruit), “deep blue sea” accord, peppermint, pink pepper, nutmeg, ginger, jasmine, cedar, vetiver, patchouli