Roger & Gallet Fragrances

May 23, 2014

I’m obsessed with perfumes at the moment, so much so that I can say I’m more into them than chocolate which is really saying a lot.

I’ve had the pleasure of trying two perfumes from Roger & Gallet and oh my god do I love them.

Roger & Gallet

First up I have ‘Roger & Gallet Fleur de Figuier’ a beautifully sensual, delicate, fruity, floral scent with notes of fig, mandarin, grapefruit and smooth cedar. To the nose it smells woody, milky, fruity, fresh and sweet.

It’s definitely my kind of scent. I love this, how sophisticated and feminine it is and also how captivating it is. I’m close to saying that it’s the nicest scent on my collection at the moment.

As I have the 30ml bottle I keep this in my handbag so it’s with me everywhere I go for when I feel like having a little spritz.

Roger & Gallet

Next up I have ‘Roger & Gallet Bois D’Orange’ which again is very beautiful. This timearound we get notes of neroli, orange blossom, basil, amber, palissander and Atlas cedar.

It’s vibrant and fresh without being overpowering or too sweet. I feel it’s again very feminine but this time rather than sophistication I get the feeling of ‘fun’ when I smell it.

Roger & Gallet have such a wonderful selection of fragrances that everyone will find something that is just perfect for them. If you anything like me and lot everyone that you try then you’ll be happy to know that these cute 30ml bottle are only £16 each meaning that you can buy them all.

Grab yours now from Feel Unique.

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  • Reply Hannah

    These look and sound beautiful. Love scents like this in the summer months. Hannah J xx

  • Reply Janna P

    Love that you’re starting to write about fragrances. I’m always on the lookout for new ones 🙂 these both sound fab! xx

  • Reply Sally Davis

    Ooo lovely! I love perfume and I’ve collected a few too many in the past months. These look great. I love the scent of oranges so think i’d go for that one first if I got something 🙂 xx

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