Chloe Eau De Parfum

In the Museum of Classical Scents, Chloe Eau De Parfum by Chloe is a very much popular artefact.

Women and men of all ages admire its magnificent craftsmanship, the mixture of various floral petals, their sweet nectar and the velvety feeling they provide: like you are indeed lying on a bed of roses.

In this gloriously amazing fall day, which flaunts all of its colors like a peacock, I crave for a garden of flowers. And while Mother Nature will deny me my garden for a while, I have the best substitute for spring: Chloe Eau De Parfum.

It’s Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice in a bottle, an ode to romanticism, femininity and elegance.

In the era of full throttle marketing, many perfumes promise to celebrate women, but most of them are just famous for all the wrong reason.

A crisp, fresh, elegant, urban scent with simple charm. While most rose themed fragrances tend to be on the powdery side, the litchi in this one adds just a hint of sweetness to take off the edge.

Some perfume reviewers call it “mature” fragrance, some use the “old lady” attribute, and I think this is an old lady perfume in the sense of a lady who has spent her entire life being a diva, with immaculate style, scarlet red lipstick and not a single piece of casual item in her wardrobe.

Other than that, this is a perfume for the urban heroine, for the woman who still believes in the power of dreams, for the one who juggles professional and personal life better than the best jongleur in the world.