Most certainly not a new addition to the fragrance scene, but nonetheless one I thought worth a dedicated mention in a post to itself… you see, I’ve been wearing this perfume for a good, I’d say at least six years now, and I’m just not moving on, or falling out of love with it; and although it was re-invented last year – it still keeps the same base notes that I adore. I suppose you could say that to me, that makes it a classic? My blog is a space to share all that I love, and oh do I love Miss Dior.
It’s a fresh, fizzy, sweet fragrance that has an underlying hint of florals – it’s very unique for the more popular fragrance collection market. Very spring-esque, it’s how I’d imagine a princess to smell – to be honest, that’s the best way for me to describe it. Super pretty, and very clean too; but not the kind of clean scent that’s too clinical and powdery – it’s not that at all, it’s a sweet-sugary scent that isn’t in your face or sickly, due to that fresh, clean note.
These days, I’m finding myself opting more and more towards the more unique blend fragrances, ones for example aren’t as easy to find on the high street. However, I just can’t seem to drop this one; not that I want to, but my fragrance tastes have changed a great deal since I first picked up Miss Dior, yet it still remains a firm favourite in my collection, and one I will keep going back to. Think pink pepper, popcorn, jasmine, rosewood & patchouli all shaken together and given a pop – there you have the beautiful Miss Dior.