Behold: the perfume collectionTop row, left to right: Velvet Tuberose by Bath and Body Works, Midnight Rain by La Prarie, Original Pink by Soap and Glory and Enchanted Wonderstruck by Taylor Swift.
Bottom row, left to right: Viva La Juicy La Fleur by Juicy Couture, English Pear and Freesia by Jo Malone, Wonderstruck by Taylor Swift, Viva La Juicy by Juicy Couture and Twilight Woods by Bath and Body Works
Let’s start from the top and work our way down, shall we?
Velvet Tuberose: White Tuberose, Diamond Orchids, and Cashmere Musk
Unfortunately, this is no longer available for purchase unless you want to hunt some down on eBay. They don’t even have the smell in other products any more. However, I can tell you that it smells deliciously more warm and more dark than the rest of my collection, while still maintaining the flowery smell that I prefer (if you couldn’t tell). I’m hoarding this like the world is ending while I wait in hope that Bath and Body Works will bring it back.
Midnight Rain: Guava, Mandarin, Pomegranate, Freesia, White Lily, Vanilla Orchid, Plum Flower, Amber Flower, Patchouli, Vetyver, Cashmere Woods, and Musk.
Why yes – yes that bottle is in the shape of a raindrop and has sparkles all over it. Which is the entire reason I picked it up. Honestly, I could have cared less what it smelled like, I just wanted that bottle – but luckily it smells wonderful. It’s basically a sexy, more sophisticated version of a flowery scent and I love putting this on when I have important things to do – it’s almost like a power scent that makes me feel grown up. It’s super long lasting, too.
Original Pink: Fresh Fruity Citrus with Bergamot, Summer Rose, Peach, Strawberry, Gardenia Blooms, Jasmine, Patchouli, Warm Amber and Lush Musks.
Where Midnight Rain is the sophisticated perfume, Original Pink smells like a high school girl who just got doused in pink lemonade and I love it. You’ll practically get thirsty when you spray it. Warning however, it’s not super long lasting, so you’ll need to spray on more through the day.
Enchanted Wonderstruck: Wild Berries, Pink Poppy, Passion Fruit, Peony, Sugar-Glazed Champaca Petals, White Freesia, White Musk, Hypnotic Vanilla and Blonde Woods.
I don’t care if you like Taylor Swift or not – the girl can make perfume, ya’ll. I was personally hesitant to pick both this and the original Wonderstruck up, simply because they are celebrity perfumes, but it smells so, so good. This is definitely my staple every day, signature perfume in the winter, and the original Wonderstruck takes it’s place in the summer. I’ve used almost three bottles of both now. It’s basically a darker version of Wonderstruck, it lasts all day, and both me and my husband love it.
Viva La Juicy La Fleur: Wild Berries, Mandarin, Honeysuckle, Gardenia Petals, Soft Jasmine, Vanilla, Caramel, Sandalwood.
This is a light, fun version of Viva La Juicy that I feel like I could wear everyday since the original is a bit too dark, serious and sexy for me to want to wear all the time. I usually alternate it with my Wonderstruck in the summertime if I feel like switching it up. Be warned though, it doesn’t last long so I have a rollerball of it that I tote around as well.
English Pear and Freesia: ummm … exactly what it says. Pear and freesia. Also, Amber, Patchouli and Woods.
This was my wedding perfume and it’s different from everything else I own. It’s light, sweet and sheer – perfect for a bride. I do find that it doesn’t last all that long, however, which is surprising for such a damn expensive perfume.
Wonderstruck: Freesia, Apple Blossom, Raspberry, Golden Amber, Sandalwood and Peach
This is my staple summer perfume that I wear everyday during warmer months. Love her or hate her, TayTay’s perfumes are on point. Just like Enchanted Wonderstruck, you can expect this to last forever and I’ve gone through several bottles and have rollerballs of it stashed everywhere.
Viva La Juicy: Wild Berries, Mandarins, Honeysuckle, Gardenia, Jasmine, Amber, Caramel, Vanilla, Sandalwood, Praline
This is possibly the most grown up perfume I own, which is why I don’t wear it as often as the others. It’s definitely darker and sexier and I usually only wear it on nights out. It lasts a looong time too, so expect to smell like it the next day.
Twilight Woods: Apricot Nectar, Mimosa Petals, and Tuscan Cypress
Again, sorry, it doesn’t appear Bath and Body Works sells the perfume any more, but unlike Velvet Tuberose at least they still have lotions, sprays, etc in this scent. You can still find the perfume on Amazon and eBay. This is like Velvet Tuberose in that’s its flowery and girly while still being darker. I love this smell but don’t use it as often because it’s being phased out and I’m hoarding it too.