Monday, 8 December 2014

Vera Wang Lovestruck

I need to admit I'm becoming a fragrance junkie lately. So my favourite brand had one of their offerings on sale for half price, who was I to pass up? Vera Wang absolutely kill it in the fragrance department and I've recently made my way through an entire 100ml bottle of Princess in the past 3 months, whoops. Currently retailing around the £35 mark in various online stores (RRP £70) this 100ml bottle of Vera Wang Lovestruck is a steal and let me tell you why.
I've seen this perfume around for a while now and even unsure on what the fragrance itself smells like. The packaging is beautiful. What I love about buying larger size bottles is that they tend to boast more detail on them which makes them look super pretty wherever you house them. The sturdy square glass bottle is home to a muted pink liquid. The topper hosts a number of plastic purple flowers and the biggest chiffon bow I have ever seen on a perfume bottle. If the design itself isn't enough to sell you on this, I bet you're wondering what it actually smells like; that is the main point after all. With top notes of pink guava and mandarin, and base notes of tuberose, lotus blossom and sheer musk; this is definitely a firm fruity-floral scent to add to your collection.
What I love the most about this fragrance its appropriate to wear all year round and because it's not too overpowering, it's suitable for daytime wear or a night out. It isn't the most long lasting perfume and I often find myself having to top up throughout the day but for the discounted price I'm happy to go wild on the old spritzer. Although it was a gamble, I'm glad I made the investment as I've been wearing this everyday since I brought it and everyone's commented on how lovely it smells! I've looked around and it's pretty much half price almost everywhere, I'm not sure how long this will be on offer but I'd snap one up sharpish if I was you.
Are you a fan of Lovestruck or would love to try it?
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