Daisy by Marc Jacobs is my favourite and most used perfume. This is the second bottle I've got and I know I'll have to repurchase when I've finished it.
Debenhams describes the product as:
'Daisy Hot Pink is stylish, fun, and chic. A richer interpretation of the eau de toilette, daisy hot pink is an eau de parfum that opens with sweetly simple notes of fresh wild strawberry. The heart bursts with jasmine, violet petals, and gardenia. The feminine base blends seamlessly with white wood accords of birch and cedarwood, leaving an impression that is round, rich, and perfectly on trend.'
I'm not the best at describing scents and so let someone else do it for you. All I can say is it is quite sweet, so if your not into your sweet scents this probably isn't one for you but if you are then I definitely couldn't recommend anything better! I think when I first smelt this scent, quite a few years ago actually, it reminded me firstly a bit of Parma Violets. I'm not really sure I'd say this now, but as I say I don't know whether this was completely off. (Has anyone else thought this?!)
My first bottle was the EDT version and I received it as a gift quite a few years ago. It lasted me such a long time and have been in love with it ever since! When the time came and I needed to repurchase it I had decided that I wanted to try out the EDP version as I wanted to see whether I could prolong the use of it further as I hate buying things like this for myself. I managed to persuade my Dad and Brother to get this one for me for a Christmas or my Birthday, which I think was in 2011? and it is still lasting me today!
Since getting into blogging (I started reading blogs long before I started one of my own!) there are so many products I am lusting for after reading about them on plenty of blogs. This includes plenty of perfumes that I have gone out and smelt and they are amazing! Those at the top of my list would be Flowerbomb by Victor and Rolf and Lady Million by Paco Rabanne although I will always have to make sure there's a bottle of Daisy on my shelf...
What are your favourite perfumes?