Meet my buds Vera Wang & Marc Jacobs

Vera Wang

I’m a creature of habit and once I find something I like I tend to stick with it for yonks, at the moment this seems to be the case with half baked eyeshadow and knitwear but it has always been the same with fragrance. I’m not one to hoard loads of difference scents and chop and change daily, I wear the same thing everyday and once the bottle runs out I buy another. Vera Wang will always be a dear friend to me, I first got this a couple of years ago from Thomas for my birthday and I’ve been dousing myself in it ever since. Yes it’s a very “girly” scent and I’d say due to it being quite sweet it’s probably aimed at younger people but alas I don’t care, I like it and it doesn’t make me choke like some stronger perfumes do.
Daisy was another gift from Thomas for yet another birthday and in my novicey opinion I’d say this feels a little bit “older”. I dunno the correct terminology for fragrance but I always class them as “Sweet”, “Fresh”, or “Spicy” and I’d say this is probably spicy, not in a tikka masala way just more like the female version of aftershave. GAH I can’t explain myself so I’ll stop, but all in all I like these two and I’ll probably be wearing these till I’m 60.

Hope everyone’s Saturday is going well, I’m emailing this blog post to myself from work where I’ll be stuck until 12 before battling the crowds in town for wrapping paper and baby clothes. I’ve started to film a shoddy vlog of my day which is probably super boring but if it’s something you’d like to see lemme know and I’ll decide if I’m brave enough to showcase myself to the world.

29 comments :

  1. I love Vera Wang too! Moved on to YSL Elle recently though, that is nice and girly too. I wear cheapy Britney ones to work and keep my YSL one for best x

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  2. Hehe as I'm quite nosey I'd love to see a vlog of your day!

    Personally I like to alternate my fragrances throughout the year and always want to try out different scents. Last week I even got a copy-cat perfume as I didn't have much money to spend due to the costly X-mas season but hey ho, at least it doesn't make me feel guilty with every spritz! xx

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  3. I absolutely adore Daisy by Marc Jacobs, had mine nearly three years and only half as been used. I only wear on special occasions, too precious.

    And I can't exactly afford a new bottle every few months!

    http://daisychurchward.blogspot.com

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  4. I love Marc Jacobs perfumes in general, always have a bottle of Daisy and Lola on my dressing table! I really like Princess too although one of my best friends wears it so don't think I can really match her. Would definitely like to see a little vlog!xxx

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  5. I basically like anything that doesn't give me a headache, which seems to be most things. I have found a handful that I get on with, finally. Vera Wang- Princess, Chloe, Kenzo- Flower and Diesel- Fuel for Life. Luckily, all of them have been presents. I have asked for Chloe again this year, also Harajuku Lovers- Jingle G. x

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  6. I mean most things give me a headache, not the other way around!

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  7. I tend to stick with the same couple of fragrances too - for me it's Bvlgari Pour Femme and J.Lo Glow After Dark. Both of mine have just run out so I'll have to replace them, although I'm tempted to be adventurous and try out something new!

    Gillian x
    elevatormusik.blogspot.com

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  8. I love both of these. Both gorgeous. I tend to stick to the same but usually have a different one every year for Christmas when I'm feeling brave! x

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  9. I love Daisy, I had it for ages, and now I'm back on the Chloe and Gucci Flora, but I love them all! x

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  10. Daisy is one I keep going back to, too! Although at the moment I'm stuck on Diesel fuel for life unlimited :) x

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  11. I've never tried either of these, but I definitely know what you mean.. I got Coco Mademoiselle when I was about 15, and I've never bought another perfume since!

    xoxo.

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  12. I LOVE this Vera Wang fragrance, it was my signature scent for about two years but never re-purchased, I'm hoping to get some for Christmas!

    xxx

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  13. I have both of these and I either wear one of the other EVERY day. They're my faves too haha :D xx

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  14. I love both of these perfumes but I rotate between Classique, Maybe Baby and Chloe...yummy!

    Maria xxx

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  15. Ooh, is that the one I tried on in Selfridges? I remember it smelling really nice! I usually wear a Vanilla one from The Body Shop or Avon and for special occasions I have Chanel Chance, DKNY Be Delicious Night and Givenchy Ange Ou Demon. xx

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  16. your blog is so lovely by the ways and very inspiring, i will be visiting again very soon hehe :)

    HOUSE OF HOLLAND GIVEAWAY, ENDS 29/12, HURRRRYYY!
    http://haveapeekinsidemywardrobe.blogspot.com/
    XXX

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  17. I have Daisy, but I find the fragrance doesn't last that long on me. Or maybe my nose just gets used to it. Otherwise I use Chanel Chance eu tendre. I'm aiming for it to be my signature scent! x

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  18. These are two of my favourite perfumes although I do tend to switch around my fragrances a lot! x

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  19. I tend to chop and change my perfume during the day times but at night I religiously use Diasy and Coco Mademoiselle. The latter is my absolute favourite but it is just too darn expensive to use every day!
    Sophie
    x

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  20. I love both those perfumes :)
    http://xtheperfectmess.blogspot.com

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  21. i have marc jacobs daisy and i always wanted vera wang princess!

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  22. daisy Marc Jacobs is one of my favourite perfumes, but i find that it wears off super quick! and then if i put more on, i feel like its overpowering...
    must try the vera wang perfume! :) xo

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