Your Scent Resolution for 2018: Remarkable People by Etat Libre d’Orange
Happy New Year, Scentbirdies! It’s 2018, and now that the new year is here, if you’re like we are, you’re all fired up with a ferocious new attitude with a goals list to match.
We all know that fresh starts need a fresh perspective: a radical new way to look at the world to get the most out of your experience. So your New Year’s Scent Resolution #1 should be to check out Etat Libre D’Orange’s Remarkable People.
Etat Libre D’Orange (The Free State of Orange) is the Scented World’s answer to a humdrum, “safe and same” existence. Their line is filled with racy, surrealist, and absurd inspirations for their fragrances, but Remarkable People is straight-up New Year’s Day enthusiasm for the unknown.
It starts out with a sparkling champagne accord, undercut by a silky, smooth cardamom note. So you can toast to your success in 2018 before you’ve even done with your first morning ritual of the new year. Plus that cardamom note adds an exotic heat to the opening that says you can handle anything that 2018 wants to throw your way.
The heart is crackling black pepper with a dash of curry thrown in, and it’s nose-crinkling persistence is exactly what you need to overcome any lingering doubts or obstacles to checking off every box on 2018’s first To-Do List. Everyone needs a little fire to start the new year off right, and a spicy, fiery heart of black pepper will jump-start your ambitious side.
But what’s the point of achieving your first goals of 2018 without a pat on the back and some downtime to bask in your proactive glory? Remarkable People knows how cool you are, and shows it in the dry down – with a soft, sweet bed of creamy sandalwood and smoky labdanum.
Remarkable People is an ideal scent that enthusiastically answers the “What will be my first perfume of the new year?” question. Champagne and black pepper for courage and celebration, and deep exotic woods to let your moment of triumph linger.
Bring it, 2018. We love all of you Scentbirdies out there, and we can’t wait to see where you go from here.