Sunday, 23 July 2017

Elie Saab Le Parfum Resort Collection 2017 Review

Elie Saab Le Parfum Resort Collection 2017 Review

Elie Saab have released their new limited fragrance for summer 2017 and wow, it is beautiful!


Elie Saab Le Parfum Resort Collection 2017 Review

Elie Saab Le Parfum Resort Collection is a fruity floral fragrance that is sweet and addictive yet still it retains that elegant femininity that I associate with the original Le Parfum fragrance.


Elie Saab Le Parfum Resort Collection 2017 Review

Inspired by the Cannes Film Festival, this glamorous perfume is perfect for everyday wear during the warming months because it is light and fruity but lasts for hours on the skin.

Elie Saab Le Parfum Resort Collection 2017 Review
This is the summer scent I have been waiting to find for years.  It is very much a grown up summer perfume which makes a pleasant change from the overly sickly sweet fragrances released for the warmer months from other houses.

With a top note of red mandarin, a heart of orange blossom, jasmine and pomegranate nectar and a base of patchouli, the effect is enchanting and seductive in equal parts and I cannot get enough of it.


Elie Saab Le Parfum Resort Collection 2017 Review

Aside from the beautiful jewel packaging that has been given a summery tint and the orange blossom note which is the olfactory signature of the first Le Parfum, the new resort fragrance is very different, at least to my nose.

It is similar enough that fans of the original will still love it but dissimilar enough that it will garner new fans that perhaps thought the signature Le Parfum wasn't for them.


Elie Saab Le Parfum Resort Collection 2017 Review

This is definitely a scent for all and as my signature daytime fragrance this summer, I'd urge you all to give it a try next time you're passing a fragrance counter.

I spotted it in duty free as I was passing through the airport so if you're travelling abroad, that's going to be the time to grab yourself a bargain.


Elie Saab Le Parfum Resort Collection 2017 Review

If you love the sound of this perfume then be quick as it is limited edition!

Available in a 50ml bottle from The Perfume Shop, Escentual, The Fragrance Shop and Fragrance Direct.
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14 comments

  1. I love the bottle and will definitely check this fragrance out next time I go shopping.

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  2. The bottle looks so pretty. I'm looking for a new fragrance so will keep a look out and give this one a try.

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  3. This sounds like a lovely perfume. The colour is gorgeous!

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  4. Sounds an awesome perfume and I really love the packaging so expensive.

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  5. I've heard so much about Elie Saab but never tried one of her scents - this one sounds lovely! xxx

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  6. This sounds like an amazing perfume! Tempted to get it myself now

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  7. I am loving the photos Laura, you look so relaxed x

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  8. I love Duty Free, best part of a holiday! Will be looking out for this.

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  9. It sounds fantastic. I love fruity floral and sweet fragrances. I wish I had seen this earlier I was in a few perfume departments yesterday I could have tried it. Oh well until next time.

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  10. It really does look and sound summery. I wish I got more opportunities to wear nice summery perfume but need a summer first haha

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  11. This is such a gorgeous bottle. It sounds a lovely fragrance too. I usually avoid the summer scents as, like you said, they can be really sweet and just not for me. I'd definitely pick this one up.

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  12. That sounds like my kind of fragrance! I've never actually tried an Elie Saab fragrance before!

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  13. The Elie Saab perfume bottles are unsurprisingly beautiful. The only thing I love more than her perfume bottles are her gowns!

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  14. I love anything that's even the slightest bit summery! Will look out for it next time I'm in duty free!

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