Every Christmas my mum buys me some a bottle of perfume. If I’m honest, I already have loads of half empty bottles that need using up. Yes, I’m one of those people that is always starting new products before finishing one up. That’s why this year I’ve set myself the task of not buying any new cosmetic products and using up what I’ve got. Anyway, that’s irrelevant because the point I’m trying to get onto is the perfume that I got this year…Tiffany & Co’s new signature scent.
I love perfume but I’m forever guilty of forgetting to put it on. You know those people that always smell of a beautiful perfume? Yeah, that’s not me. I have the perfumes available to make it happen, I’m just far too forgetful in the mornings. I don’t even remember my name most mornings, let alone remember to apply perfume. All is good though as I’m a total clean freak who washes at least twice a day if not more.
Anywaaaaay…when I received this little blue box on Christmas morning I was very excited. Admittedly, my mum had already warned me not to get too excited when I was opening this just incase I thought it was some Tiffany & Co jewellery. Never the less, I was still excited. Even from the packaging I knew that this perfume was going to quickly become one of my favourites and was an item of luxury. Inside the iconic blue box is a bottle of pure beauty, inspired by the diamonds that Tiffany & Co specialise in. As much as I love a perfume bottle which is slightly out there, this one is the real winner for me. It’s clean and doesn’t have Tiffany & Co branding splashed across it because it doesn’t need it. It’s instantly recognisable on the dressing table.
After a little while of gushing over the beauty of the packaging I finally got around to smelling the perfume, you know, what you’re meant to do with perfume. And let me tell you, I was not disappointed. You know when people say that they wish they could bottle a feeling or bottle a scent and keep it forever? This is where Tiffany & Co has smashed it. If someone had asked me to sit and imagine what scents the brands remind me of, I’d of genuinely described this perfume. There’s floral tones in the perfume but it just shouts sophistication and is a perfume that I can imagine a powerful woman who has everything sorted wearing as she scrolls into the office of the business that she owns. It’s the type of perfume that gives you a confidence boost as soon as you spray it on and this confidence lasts as long as the perfume does, which is pretty much all day. Shout out to Tiffany & Co for creating what is possibly my favourite perfume ever and for just being a genuinely amazing brand.