Love, Chloé by Chloé

Description of the fragrance

Love, Chloé articulates a sexy, sophisticated attitude whilst still
remaining truly individual and elegant. The floral fragrance mixes
notes of heliotrope, iris and wisteria, with an opening note of orange
blossom and vintage base of powdery musk. Spreading Love, Chloé is
easy with the stylish flacon designed for the girl on the go who is an
icon of effortless chic and femininity. A powdery oriental fragrance intense, captivating and sophisticated.

The description alone drew me to this fragrance. Since it is an oriental fragrance it is best suited to autumn or Winter due to the warmer notes I get from the fragrance but it’ll make an excellent choice for evening wear as well! Upon first squirt of this fragrance I immediately picked up it smells exactly like the timeless classic chanel no. 5 just in a prettier bottle.

The scent is very sensual and rich with notes I can’t easily pick apart as they all combine in a beautiful powdery musk that’s warm and comforting.
Notes include Orange Blossom, Pink Pepper, Iris, Lilac, Hyacinth, Wisteria Blossom, Powdery Musks, Talc, and Rice Powder. I think the Talc and Rice Powder add a certain warm richness to
the blend so you aren’t left with too much floral. I honestly find it difficult picking the floral notes out of the bunch but I do get hints and touches of Pink Pepper and Hyacinth.At first spritz you might not love the scent but give it a chance to warm on your skin and stronger, cleaner powder notes will come through and create a sensual, feminine fragrance that proves rather addicting. And for some reason a little goes a long way as I made the mistake of spray too much on at once(one squirt) and I was overpowered with the fragrance the entire day :/

The bottle itself also deserves a mention. A classy flask with a golden bottom embossed with the company logo. The cap is held by a golden chain, such a beautiful analogy, love and chain!

Worth a try if you like more powdery fragrances with softer floral notes.

X0X0 queen C

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