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Thursday, June 20, 2013

Prada Infusion D'Iris Perfume

I was at Sephora yesterday and came across this Prada perfume that I've never had the opportunity to try before and now I'm wishing I had a long time ago! I think I've just discovered my new signature scent and that says a lot for someone who smells different perfumes every day for a living! At the perfume shop that I work at, we never have Prada perfumes coming in and I remember this being advertised a few years back so I thought I'd try it out. 

It smells absolutely incredible and so unique compared to all the other perfumes I've tried and I can't stop smelling myself! I'm usually very picky with scents and tend to go for the more citrus or floral scents but this one smelled so fresh I couldn't resist! The first thing I thought when smelling it was baby powder surprisingly but in a more sophisticated way if that makes sense (haha). 

Obviously one of the top notes would be the iris flower but I detected mandarin oranges and orange blossom as the top notes. I also thought it had a note of cedarwood since over time the scent changes due to your body's chemistry. It's defiantly original and not something you smell on a teenager or a college girl for that matter. If you're someone who likes fresh, crisp scents and you're a fan of the bestseller Dolce and Gabbana's Light Blue, then I think you should try this one out! 

The only thing I wish was different was the design of the bottle. Very plain and simple, with just a silver Prada Milano logo and a pastel green cap. I'm someone who likes to display my perfume on my vanity so I was kinda disappointed but it's defiantly worth it for the scent!

I bought the smallest bottle since I didn't know if I would like it in a few hours once the scent changes on my skin (like I said body chemistry) and now I'm planning on buying the biggest bottle once I'm done with this! I picked up the 1.0 fluid ounce eau de parfum and retails for $62 at Sephora.

Until next time lovelies,


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