Fresh Friday: Guilty.

Hello hotness.

Hello hotness.

I’ve only got a sample bottle of Guilty by Gucci, but I’ll say it’s lasted me quite awhile — the bottle is substantial.

Now, this is going to sound really corny, but every time I get a good sniff of this scent, it makes me think of everything luxurious (particularly diamonds). I’m not sure why, of course… perhaps I knew someone in a former life that wore it and she was dripping in gold and diamonds.

As described by Sephora, “Made for the woman who shatters expectations, this fragrance imbues with a feeling of power, a sense that she can attain whatever she wants — even the thrill of the forbidden. A sheer, floral-oriental fragrance, it opens with a bright burst of citrus and a dangerous hint of black pepper. This arresting introduction gives way to full-throttle femininity as its heart pulses with fruity and floral notes. The fragrance dries down to a rich, ambery base with notes of patchouli. The overall effect is young, stylish, and eminently wearable—a daring edge of sexiness and sensuality that captures the essence of Gucci.

The stunning bottle fuses glass and metal, a feature revealed through Gucci’s signature interlocking ‘G’ characters. At the center of the iconic logo’s letterforms, the bottle’s gleaming metallic surface is elegantly cut away to expose the bottle’s glass interior.”

Looks like me and Sephora are on the same page! Be sure to dabble a little Guilty on if you get the chance (find the tester bottles…) and let me know if you get that whole diamond effect.

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Posted on December 26, 2014, in Light Pulp and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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