It’s going to be one spring fragrance after another in the coming weeks as brands try to convince us that their perfume is the scent of spring. Chloe Love Story is rather special though – the kind of easy-wear, pretty and uplifting scent that puts a little smile on your face when you spritz it.
It’s odd, really, that this fragrance has a ‘sexy’ sell on it, when actually to me it just smells pretty – sensual maybe, when it dries down on the skin to that heady jasmine aroma, but not really sexy as such. I love the bottle detail with an arch above the stopper to reference the lock bridge at Pont des Arts, which is one of the romantic things to do in Paris, if you’re ever there. It’s as it sounds – a pedestrian bridge where couples seal their romance by attaching a lock. Lock sales must be phenomenal in Paris because it is absolutely covered!
Chloe Love Story is based around neroli, cedar, orange blossom and jasmine – the predominant note to my nose is jasmine but I can pick out orange blossom, too. I’m afraid the cedar is lost! It’s very feminine, a little sweet and a big breeze of flowers – what’s not to like, here?!
Chloe Love Story prices range from £47 to £82, and I’ve spotted it on the Debenhams website HERE. Incidentally, Debenhams.com have started sending out tiny fragrance samples of the same fragrance with perfume purchase so you can sample the fragrance before you launch into the whole bottle. If you don’t like it from the sample, as long as it’s completely unopened, you can return it. Very good idea!
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