Sweet scents: Three perfumes for Valentine’s Day

Perfume title When it comes to Valentine’s Day there’s a few things to keep in mind. What your hair and makeup is going to look like, the perfect outfit choice, and the sexiest perfume to top it all off with.

I have many of scents in my collection but each one has its own story.  I have my date night scents, my everyday perfumes, my winter fragrances, etc.  When it comes to Valentine’s Day, obviously your partner’s favourite scent on you should win out, but if you need helping choosing the perfect perfume then keep reading.

Viva La Juicy

Viva La Juicy –  Juicy Couture

This one is actually my boyfriend’s favourite scent on me, and also one of my favourites (it’s the first perfume I have ever finished).  With notes of will berries, mandarins, honeysuckle, gardenia, jasmine, amber, caramel, vanilla, sandalwood, and praline, this will make you want to bathe in all its glory.

This is definitely a girly scent and whenever I smell it it reminds me of summer, and especially of Las Vegas. This one is the total package; from the sweet scent to the gorgeous glass bottle (complete with pink bow!), you need to give this a whiff.

Valentina Pink

Valentino Valentina Pink

This one is limited edition, but you can still find it at Hudson’s Bay. From the gorgeous ceramic hot pink bottle (complete with an oversized flower!) to the sweet smells, if you can still get your hands on this one, grab it.

Valentina Pink first hits you with peony, punctuated by strawberry and the musky tonality of blackberry. From there, the trio of May rose, a centifolia rose and a rosebud entices the senses. Round out the experience with Cashmeran wood and praline.

I usually reserve this one for day dates since it’s very feminine, but not quite as sexy and seductive as other fragrances out there.



Chloe Eau de Parfum

Another oldie but a goodie, Chloe Eau de Parfum is a smooth floral fragrance with top notes of pink peony, freesia, and lychee.  At the heart is mid notes of magnolia flower, lily of the valley, and rose.  End it all off with cedarwood, amber and honey.

This feminine perfume is encased in a glass bottle with a plated silver top and hand-tied ribbon.

Apparently I have things for floral fragrances, since all three have floral notes.  But then again, a Valentine’s Day staple is a bouquet of roses, so all of these fragrances are most fitting.

What’s your favourite Valentine’s Day scent?

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