Scent of the Day: Perles de Lalique Perfume Review

Perles de Lalique

Perles de Lalique was released back in 2006 and won an award for best perfume in 2007 from Marie Claire. A beautiful earthy fragrance with warm touches of spice and woods. If you are one to stray away from sweet scents and want something full of earthy accords that still smells womanly, then this should be on your test list. This opens with a velvety, smooth rose and is surrounded by powdery iris, peppers and woods. The base is rich and earthy with patchouli, oakmoss, orris root, vetiver, and cashmirwood. Perles de Lalique smells classic, almost vintage with its unique take on rose. This has a strong sillage and only needs a spray or two to last the day. This captures a picture of elegance, seduction, and timeless beauty. A fragrance that smells like no other and will create an unforgettable aroma.

Want a fragrance that will stand out from the rest of your collection? A fragrance that is earthy, voluptuous, womanly and fresh? One that will cuddle you in cold weather, without the common note of vanilla in some of the most popular cold weather scents? Perles de Lalique is your girl. Wear her wisely and sparingly to create a beautiful aura of spicy roses that will take your breath away and we don’t mean that in a bad way. She is dry, spicy, and clean. She is vintage, yet trendy and perfectly blended into a unique creation. This is our scent of the day.

Samples start at $1.99

Perles de Lalique

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