Wednesday, 28 December 2016

My Perfume Collection #6


So back when I was in university, I owned two perfumes that I wore literally every other day. These were Daisy and Daisy Eau So Fresh by Marc Jacobs. I wore these scents so much that I used up the bottles and threw them away, which now makes me sad as the bottles are so pretty. When I was younger I had a bad habit of using perfumes and then just throwing the bottles away, which I massively regret now as some of the bottles were limited edition. Since I've got into collecting perfume bottles, I've been on a mission to recollect some of my old favourites, most recently being most of the Marc Jacobs Daisy perfumes. I paid £55 and it was definitely worth the price.


Daisy Eau So Fresh
This perfume is one of my favourite scents ever, it was the one that I chose to wear to my university graduation and I felt so comfortable and confident wearing it. I love how the bottle looks, a tall clear bottle with pale pink fragrance inside and topped with a daisy bouquet in pink, yellow and white with gold centres that covers the gold spritzer. The scent itself is gorgeous; it's incredibly floral and fruity, with notes of grapefruit, raspberry, pear, jasmine, rose, violet, litchi, apple blossom and plum. This perfume isn't a limited edition, thankfully as I repurchased it twice already. It came out in 2011.

Daisy Eau So Fresh Delight
This scent was one of the first limited edition perfumes that I bought and I did so because I loved the original Daisy Eau So Fresh so much. Visually, the bottle is very similar, with the exception of the daisy bouquet being in shades of hot pink, peach, white and green with the gold centres topping off the gold spritzer. It looks really lovely next to its sister perfumes. The scent itself is made up of pink pepper, white tea, blood orange, tahiti flower, raspberry, violet, apricot and amber. I was lucky enough to have purchased this scent twice, as well. Most recently, I snapped it up from eBay for £30 but the RRP was £59 as it was released in 2014.


Daisy Eau So Fresh Sunshine
Another limited edition scent, this one is a more recent purchase and I was very lucky to get it. This perfume is now of my all time favourites with its beautiful aesthetic take on its sister perfumes. It is also in a tall, clear bottle but with pink fragrance inside, topped off with a dazzling daisy bouquet in shades of orange, violet, hot pink and lime green with gold centres and all sitting on a gold spritzer. It's a very fruity scent with flavours of strawberry, apple blossom, pink grapefruit, jasmine, rose, violet leaves, amber and oak moss. Created in 2012, I managed to find it very recently on eBay for the bargain price of £34 and its my new favourite at the moment, I've been wearing it more or less everyday.

Daisy Sunshine
This is the triplet sister scent to the Eau So Fresh and also a limited edition version of Daisy that was released in 2012. was incredibly lucky to find this scent for the very silly price of £18 courtesy of eBay. The bottle is a small, clear one in the same shape as the Eau So Fresh ranges; however the fragrance inside is a bright yellow and the daisies that make up the lid are in a triplet ranging in size. The colours of the daisy triplet are lime green, orange and hot pink that make up the lid that hides the gold spritzer. Overall the look is very summery and the scent is so pretty, smelling of mandarin, guava, red currant, lily of the valley, lychee and violet. Like the other daisy scents it is very fruity mixed with florals. I personally love all of the scents in the range.


Daisy Sorbet
Another limited edition, it was released in 2011. I have to say this one is not my favourite but goes well with the rest of the range. The bottle is the same as Daisy Sunshine in size and shape, but the fragrance inside the bottle is a pale lilac shade. The triplet daisies are in the colours purple, dark pink and translucent lilac with gold centres hiding a gold spritzer. Visually it's very pretty and looks lovely next to the other scents. I paid £23.50 from eBay which was a great price as its hard to find. The scent itself is of pink grapefruit, pear, passion fruit, wisteria, jasmine, cedar, violet wood and lily of the valley. It's not that I don't like the scent, because I do, but it's the not the one that I would reach for first. 


Daisy Blush
I bought this scent very recently for the price of £45 which for a limited edition wasn't too bad but was fairly expensive. It was also the most recently released of all of my perfumes as its from the 2016 limited collection. Visually it looks lovely with the rest of the collection as the bottle is the same shape and size as the other Daisy perfumes, with a clear bottle. By the name Blush it was going to be a very pink scent and it doesn't disappoint; a soft pink fragrance inside the bottle and the Daisy triplet on the lid is in three shades of pink with gold centres hiding a gold spritzer. The fragrance is so quintessentially feminine, smelling of honeysuckle, lily of the valley, pear, mimosa and bergamot. It definitely smells of a soft summers day and was a great addition as I wear it all the time.

Daisy Dream Blush
Another more recent fragrance, a sister, if you like to Daisy Blush; it was released in 2015 and the bottle is so pretty, consisting of a round, clear bottle with pink cutout daisies and topped off with a round silver lid with pink scattered daisies. The daisies on the lid have gold centres that match a gold strip around the neck of the bottle that separates the lid from the spritzer. The scent is the same pretty pink as Daisy Blush. At the moment this is my favourite scent, smelling of pear, water lily, honeysuckle, violet leaves, roses, freesia, rose blossoms and petals. It's feels very romantic to wear and very delicate against the skin. I paid £23.50 from eBay which was a fantastic find.


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