22 July 2015

Roger & Gallet Fleur De Figuier

After trying out the Fleur de Figuier range a couple of months ago and absolutely falling head over heels for the scent, I was so excited to be told that Roger & Gallet had released it in the form of their first ever Eau De Parfum £40.50 (it really is quite something and the bottle is pretty darn beautiful too).

I have quite a hefty collection of scents on my dressing table, and the one thing they have in common is that they're all pretty distinguishable from each other (that way there's always something to suit my mood!) so when I'm at counters I'm always on the lookout for scents which don't just smell like every other offering on the market. This one reminded me exactly of that; it's different and something that you would definitely remember amongst the bunch.
Described as a scent which transports you to the familiar and warm scents of a Mediterranean summer, this has quickly become my favourite scent for this time of year. Initially the fig notes give a release of sweet fruitiness, while the wood, patchouli and musk notes help to change the dimensions of the scent as you wear it throughout the day, giving it a deeper and richer character. These changes in the dimension of it are what make it different from the other products which I've tried from the range, and takes it to a whole new level. 

A small spritz of this will go a long way and will last you all day too. Not only does it have the bonus of not fading after a few hours but people will notice it and ask what you're wearing, which is always a pretty good feeling.

Though it is a brilliant summer scent, I can see myself loving this throughout autumn too (though I worry it won't last that long if my mum and sister have anything to do with it).

I'd love to know if you've tried this and if you love it as much as I do!
Hope you're having a great week so far and speak to you soon - 
*This post is not sponsored, the item was kindly sent to me but all opinions are honest and my own.

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