Jo Malone Orange Blossom was the first Jo Malone fragrance that really struck an olfactory chord with me. It’s just a scent of pure joy and happiness and came with its own enticing story of inspiration from a hotel garden in Bel Air. I’ve just been sent a new bottle and it’s sent back all those thrilling feelings of a fragrance that speaks to me. It’s at least five years since I last smelled Orange Blossom – my go-to is Pomello from Jo’s new brand, Jo Loves – but I’m so pleased to have it back in my life!
The lace bottle you see above is part of the brand’s wedding inspired collection (coming up from May) where you can have your special day fragrance in a lacy bottle. I like this idea a lot (although at £86 maybe I’d just get an extra layer on the cake or something) but you could do your own version by tying a lace ribbon around the rim – or ask for an piece of your dress if you’re having alterations done to make a ribbon with meaning.
Wedding or no wedding, Jo Malone Orange Blossom is just all things happy – and unlike some of the other Jo Malone early fragrances, doesn’t seem to have changed one single bit. A 30ml bottle is £40 HERE if you want to shake off winter.
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