The Marc Jacobs Daisy Dream bottle is the prettiest I’ve seen for years – the MJ creative team have got this whole gorgeous packaging thing wrapped up to perfection making it so enticing that what the actual juice smells like seems irrelevant. Speaking of, Marc Jacobs Daisy Dream isn’t really anything to write home about. It’s that kind of high street vanilla smell that sells and sells, so commercially speaking, I am sure it will do extremely well. There’s a top of florals, a little bit of freshness that then sweeps down to a caramel base – it’s not awful, but initially it’s rather a case of the outside being better than the inside as far as my own personal taste goes. It’s a lot better after the dry down; when it warms on the skin – personally, I think it’s a safe scent; pretty, light and easy to wear. An every day perfume in a bottle that is anything but.
A quick scoop for holiday makers – you can pick up Marc Jacobs Daisy Dream at World Duty Free on Friday (13th June) before it hits the stores in the UK (15th July).Marc Jacobs GWP
However, if you’re not travelling, there are a few GWPs wafting around over the summer with Marc Jacobs Daisy Dream – this little pouch is a Boots exclusive, alongside a mini (I SO want one!) bottle of Daisy Dream.
You’ll need to purchase a 50ml fragrance to qualify and it’s from 20th August. Also, if you’re a collector of such things, there is a beautiful blue and white scarf as a GWP but that’s only at Harrods – same qualifier and same launch date.
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