The Ted Baker Regency Collection is absolutely gorgeous – I’m not sure it feels very wintery so it’s a strange time to launch new products into the line up, but the design is absolutely beautiful. I’d have this in my bathroom any day of the week.
The design is English regency houses but it reminds me of the seaside and Venice both at the same time. Scent wise, they’re not packed with fragrance – it’s light but still distinct. My personal favourite is No.2 Regent’s Square that is a sweet floral – just a rather happy smell, really. No. 1 Langley Court is supposed to be sorbet orange but I’m not getting that at all – to me it’s almost a spicy fragrance (a little bit old fashioned, if I’m honest) and No.3 Furburts Place is more of a citrus nuance with down notes of amber.
On the whole, the Ted Baker Regency Collection is a stunning presentation but a little bit let down by the lack of defined fragrance – they’re all just a bit flat. I think if you’re going to go all out on presentation then the product has to match it – in the case there is a disconnect. Which is not to say I don’t like them – I do – but I would have loved some real vibrancy going on, rather than the gentle aromatics.
Anyway, there is already plenty of the Regency Houses collection on-line at Boots.com (HERE), but these new items haven’t yet made it online.
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