[productsample] Rose fragrances ought to be the easiest to decipher because it’s a fragrance we all know and either love, or don’t love. Rose Pompon is, on the face of it, a sweet rose scent that’s an easy wear particularly in summer months when the mood is light and there are blooms everywhere. However, Rose Pompon has a big kick of fruit that becomes more apparent after a few moments wear – raspberry and blackcurrant in particular. Wait a little while longer and cedar kicks in unexpectedly.
While the fragrance is exactly the same in this ‘special’ edition, the labelling is not. Rose Pompon has had a limited edition upgrade with an embroidered fabric label by embroidery artist, Ellie Mac. If you’re choosing a wedding fragrance, or special occasion fragrance, then the embroidery really does elevate the presentation and makes it even more special.
Petite Cherie has had the same flower motif treatment and they’re both exclusive to Fenwick stores for £110 and £132 for Petite Cherie. Obviously, Fenwick still has no website, so…..
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Umm .. Fenwick.co.uk?
omg you’re right! they haven’t had a (retailing) one for so long and I’d never heard that they had now got one. Thanks so much!
Their website is completely hopeless and their customer service number is wrong on either their websites or emails. I still love their shops and their Pecan & Salted Caramel Blondies at Tunbridge Wells are simply the best as is their Blink Brow Bar.