Fresh Friday: Viva la Juicy La Fleur.

Slay.

Slay.

If there is one company that’s got it right on the perfume front, it’s most definitely Juicy Couture. I’ve said it before (when I featured Peace, Love & Juicy Couture) that Juicy Couture knows a little more than just velour tracksuit.

Juicy has several perfumes, and I’d be lying if I said they didn’t all smell delicious! However, the one I want to mention today, on this Valentine’s Day Eve, is Viva la Juicy La Fleur.

As described by Sephora, “Inspired by the blushing aura of first love, Viva la Juicy La Fleur is a breathtaking fragrance that embodies modern femininity. Strong yet vulnerable, sultry and soft, La Fleur is multifaceted and alluring. Add La Fleur to your world and celebrate the Couture in the everyday.

The woman who wears Viva la Juicy La Fleur is confidently sexy, eclectic, and effortless, exuberant and self-reflecting. A bit of a heartbreaker, she’s secretly a hopeless romantic—she lives for today.

Viva la Juicy La Fleur is a sheer veil of sparkling mandarin and wild berries, combined with luminous florals of lush honeysuckle, gardenia petals, and soft jasmine. A whisper of creamy gourmand reminiscent of the Classic Viva la Juicy elicits an addiction that envelops the skin.”

La Fleur has the best of both worlds (kind of like Hannah Montana) — the feminine floral scent, with a balance of the warmth of caramel and sandalwood.

What’s also great about La Fleur? The price. It’s one of the most affordable designer fragrances out there, that’s under $40/bottle.

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Posted on February 13, 2015, in Light Pulp and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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