Fresh Friday: Lola.
I know what you’re all thinking — “Her name was Lola, she was a showgirl, with yellow feathers in her hair and a dress cut down to there…” — No? Well if you weren’t thinking it before, now it’s going to be stuck in your head all day. But you know what? I’m okay with that because the Fresh Friday scent this week is Lola by the one-and-only fashion designer Marc Jacobs.
Nordstrom describes Lola as, “A modern free spirit with an irresistible attitude. Lola is an intoxicating swirl of rich layers, wrapping the skin in sensuous florals blooming with a signature note of fuchsia peony. Playfully alluring and irresistibly tempting.”
There are notes of grapefruit, peppercorns, pear, fuchsia, geranium, peony, rose, musk, tonka bean, and vanilla.
This perfume arrived on the market in 2009, and a lot of women I knew gave it a try and absolutely loved it — it does have a lot of different notes going on, so I can see how it appeals to many people — however, I will say that I don’t love this perfume. I don’t hate it, but it’s not my favorite (I am not paid to write these reviews, so I can be 100 percent honest, as always).
Others have described Lola as warm, similar to Marc Jacobs’ Daisy, sexy, chic, gorgeous, and balanced.
Posted on September 5, 2014, in Light Pulp and tagged beauty, dating, first date, heartbreak, Holly A. Phillips, How to Make Lemonade, life, lola, love, marc jacobs, perfume, relationships, sex, single, summer love, The Bitter Lemon, twenty-something, young love. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.