As you all know I LOVE Jo Malone, I have been collecting her products for a long time and thought I would show you some of my collection, since I recently got some of my favourite fragrances in the bigger pretty bottles that before I only had in the smaller sizes (which don't look so impressive!)
A couple of weeks ago I went into a Jo Malone boutique in London to have a hand and arm massage with the products, be talked through the fragrances in detail and have a glass of champagne! This service is complementary so definitely go and do it if you have a spare hour in central London as it is such a wonderful treat!
When I was at Jo Malone, one of the ladies there taught me about fragrance layering...I told her about all the Jo Malone fragrances I had and she told me which ones go nicely together. I think fragrance layering is such a great idea as it means you can make your own bespoke fragrance. My favourite combination is Pomegranate Noir with English Pear & Freesia.
So here is my collection....
I have Nectarine Blossom and Honey, Pomegranate Noir, English Pear & Freesia, White Lilac & Rhubarb, Wild Bluebell, Dark Amber & Gingerlily.
Ooooh and one last Jo Malone thing I got recently, and am really loving, is the Scent Surround Diffuser in Red Roses. It is so sleek and beautiful to have in the house and can transform any room with it's sophisticated and pretty scent. I photographed mine below...
Let me know what your favourite things are from Jo Malone and if you have tried anything from their Home collection!
Just wanted to share with you my budding fragrance collection from Diptyque...
Diptyque is a French brand known for its perfumes and scented candles, it was founded by a trio that had a collective passion for travel thus this is reflected in the exoctic scents that the Diptyque products provide. Originally it was an interior design store, with the scents being an extension to their designs, but now Diptyque is one of the most luxurious and special fragrance brands around!
Everytime I go to London, I find myself in Liberty constantly smelling the various candles and fragrances, which prompted me to start building up a collection of my own, I just find that they are the scents are addictive to me, and just cannot get tired of them. I don't have any candles but have 4 fragrances in my collection! I started off with the vanilla Eau Duelle, but now I am wearing Greek fig tree based Philosykos constantly, wearing spicy Tam Dao and fresh Vetyverio in between, although I do mix them up. I still have my signature scents, but the Diptyque range is so faultlessly beautiful and perfect just to be thrown on for instant gratification and a gorgeous scent that lasts, and that I just can't get enough of.
I'm getting really into candles at the moment too, so I am sure I will be getting some Diptyque candles soon, they are high up on my wish list!
Diptyque fragrances retail at around £48 for the 50ml E.D.T and £68 for the 100ml.
Thanks so much for reading everyone, hope this has encouraged you to go and give Diptyque a smell if you haven't already, I highly recommend you do! Also guys, I've decided to include bigger images, because i always love big images on blogs, but then matched it with more text too. What do you guys think? I'm trying to work out what the best balance is!