Luxury design house Jimmy Choo have been long loved for their incredible shoes and handbags. While owning a piece is still a distant dream for many, myself included, a bottle of their stunning fragrance is certainly more attainable.
I remember when the original Jimmy Choo fragrance was launched; people went mad for it and to date it is still one of the biggest ever perfume launches. Now they have branched out into creating a scent for men as well as a number of other ladies fragrances.
Jimmy Choo L’Eau is one of their latest fragrances, having been released at the start of 2017.
The dynamic, alluring and adventurous Jimmy Choo woman is the inspiration behind this new fragrance. With top notes of bergamot and hibiscus flower, a nectarine and peony middle and a cedar wood and musk base, it is certainly a scent that’ll be loved by those with a penchant for fresh, floral fragrances.
It is a scent of contrasts between delicate yet powerful, sensual but sweet and elegant yet audacious, strong and feminine.
For me, this is a perfume that I’d wear during the day as it isn’t strong enough for my tastes come the evening and doesn’t last as long on my skin as I’d like. I love the sweeter opening but the dry down just isn’t sexy enough to encourage me to wear it for an evening out. The scent is beautiful and definitely one that I’d recommend for anyone out there that loves floral scents. Its very inoffensive so I think the majority of women will find something that they enjoy about this fragrance making it a great gift idea.
Fans of Jimmy Choo may notice that the bottle shape of L’Eau is slightly elongated compared to other releases from the brand. It was inspired by Venetian Murano glass and comes in the most beautifully feminine light pink. Whenever I think of Jimmy Choo, I always think of elegance and femininity at that perfectly describes the L’Eau bottle and scent.
Love the sound of it? Jimmy Choo L’Eau is available in 40ml, 60ml and 90ml sized bottles, nationwide.
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What is your favourite Jimmy Choo fragrance? How does L’Eau sound to you?