One more week to go before I fly to London!
I go with mixed feelings of course, as everything I do or don’t do in life is attached to simultaneous feelings of joy and a bad conscience since I became a mother. The freedom to do as I please, even in the smallest things (I cannot even go to the bathroom without being questioned or followed by either of my three – yes three – boys.), is severly compromised.
Thankfully browsing through Perfumeland is no emotional roller coaster, but a safe haven of lovely descriptions of fragrant delights. Come with me for this weeks most enjoyable reads!
Olenska of parfümieren is rolling through her last week of Lutens power reviewing, Sarrasins was especially interesting to read.
Suzanne of Suzanne’s Perfume Journal wrote a wonderful post about herself, a person she admired and how a perfume serves as a reminder. All of this having to do with cooking makes all the better still.
Annemarie C of Beauty on the Outside wrote a lovely post about Chanel N°19, inspiring a whole horde of Perfumistas to get out their bottles again, I assume.
Persolaise reviews three Dior perfumes from the exclusive La Collection. Mitzah has really grown on me (here is my review) and fully intend to make that relationship permanent when the opportunity arises in London next week.
Marla wrote a beautiful, tear-inducing piece on Perfume Smellin’ Things that lets you see the notorious Angel in a wholly different light.
Tarleisio of Scent Less Sensibilities wrote about Iris, one of my favorite notes. There are some very interesting options to put on the sniff list.
The review that garnered the most attention here on my blog was Hermes Jardin en Mediterranée.
Be sure to come back tomorrow, the fourth Jardin has arrived! Curious?
Have a great Sunday everyone!