MISS DIOR | Blooming Bouquet Fragrance

Sometimes, those teeny tiny samples thrown into your bag at the Sephora beauty counter actually work. Case and point, a few months ago I purchased my very first Dior fragrance and have been quite smitten with it the entire summer. As I was attempting to photograph this tricky all clear bottle complete with its sweet silver tone bow, pink was undoubtedly the right answer to this styling.
Miss Dior Blooming Bouquet is an extension of the popular namesake range and is done up in Sicilian orange, pink peony, Damascus rose and white musk. It’s categorized as an eau de toilette and comes accompanied by shower gel, hair mist and body milk options. Lighthearted and youthful, Dior describes this as chic, romantic and charming.
SHOP DIOR | Sephora | The Bay | ULTA (30ml @ $64CAD) 

On my skin, this scent is very fresh and girly but doesn’t feel like I’m trying too hard. I love that it’s a departure from the overly sweet tones dominating perfumes lately and a welcomed breath of fresh air. It’s flowers from your foyer in the Hamptons, twirling in your favourite sundress and taking a nap among the wildflowers. Thanks to its soft nature, I also find this to be a great office / day time fragrance as it wears close to the body and isn’t cloying or sharp. On another note, this is a short wearing scent so expect to top up if you expect to be floating on a cloud of flowers all day. Personally, I’m happy with a light morning spritz and being on my way.
If you’re a fan of scents like Philosophy’s Amazing Grace which is currently my signature for 2017, you’ll love mixing it up with Miss Dior Blooming Bouquet. And while I am storing this away for the cooler season ahead, I look forward to finishing up the bottle.
Take care,

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