If you like your fragrance heady and fulsome then I’m guessing that Bella Freud Fragrance will be a winner. The composition reminds me a little of Andy Tauer’s Orange Star in its largeness, but Bella Freud’s signature scent is predominantly an ode to patchouli. It’s personally not to my taste at all, but I can see how its individuality could easily make it your own signature scent if amber fuelled patchouli is your thing.
Bella Freud Fragrance warms to the skin, becoming more rounded than the initial heavy hit – Tonka bean smoothes the edges. To me, it’s more of a winter scent to be wrapped in cashmere and soft scarves, but it’s rather refreshing to find a power scent that makes a break from the easy-selling blandness of many high street fragrances. Certainly, I can see it, on the right person, being a fragrance you become known for wearing.
Bella Freud Fragrance is £75 HERE.
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