Scents are like mini memories. I’ve always connected special moments in life with aromas from that day, whether it was the candles burning on a particular Christmas morning, the smells of a favorite dish my mom would make growing up, or the perfume I wore on my wedding day. Every fragrance has something attached to it, which makes it that much more special. I’ve always been one of those people that love perfume. I don’t have a particular scent I always wear, but instead, have a handful that I switch between depending on my mood or where I am. Each one brings its own unique happiness after I spritz it on, it always marks the start of a new day.
Last month I got to celebrate the launch of the new Tiffany & Co. perfume in NYC, you might remember from this post. Tiffany & Co. has long been a brand that I’ve admired and loved, ever since I was a little girl. To be able to go into their flagship store on 5th Ave and play dress up in their incredible jewels for the event was a dream! Thomas said my eyes lit up so big the moment we walked in- it will always be a NYC institution. It was also my first time wearing their new fragrance, and now, that memory will always be connected. Whenever I wear the new scent, I’ll remember that wonderful experience.
The perfume itself is best described as dreamy, with iris being the heart of the scent and vert de mandarine and patchouli as the other two complimentary notes. The result is light and fresh, something you would want to wear every single day. I’ve been traveling with this one over the past month and have been asked so many times what perfume I was wearing, as its soft aroma lightly floats around my pulse points. I lightly spritz just a small about on my wrists, then lightly tap on to my collar bone for a subtle scent.
Inspired by the diamonds that are the brand’s staple, the bottles silhouette is elegant and timeless. The kind that you want to have sitting pretty on your dresser or vanity along with other jewels, fresh flowers and accessories.
In partnership with Tiffany & Co.