Fresh Friday: Stella Nude.
I couldn’t find a picture of the perfume decent-enough for the big slot, so you’ll have to just admire the fashions (I think these are from 2010, but I’m obsessed with the blue number) of Ms. Stella McCartney, even though I’m talking about one of her fabulous perfumes.
Today’s Fresh Friday scent profile features Stella Nude by Stella McCartney.
I still have so many scents left on my bathroom shelves that when it came time to write this post, I really wasn’t sure which to choose. So, I stuck my hand in my little bag of samples and pulled out Stella Nude, spritzed it on (I like to use 3 sprays), and went out the door.
And. It. Smells. Fantastic!
The longer I wear it, I can pick of different parts of the scent — and they’re all very feminine, which is a good quality to have in a perfume.
As described by Sephora: A fragrance based on the contrast between the fresh, soft rose and the dark, sensual amber, Stella is a sophisticated scent focused on intense femininity.
The concept of the Stella McCartney bath line is driven by a passion for ecological and organic cosmetology: selecting the best natural raw materials and capitalizing on vegetal extracts, organic agriculture, and extraction methods that respect and protect the natural life force of the plants.
It really is a beautiful fragrance… I’m glad I was lucky enough to snag a sample bottle!
Posted on October 24, 2014, in Light Pulp and tagged beauty, breakup, college, dating, drinking, family, first date, Holly A. Phillips, How to Make Lemonade, life, love, perfume, relationships, sex, single, Stella McCartney, The Bitter Lemon, writing. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.