Tag: Jo Malone perfumes
I already did a review of the Jo Loves Mango collection, so it’s time to talk about the other fragrances from the line and this time it’s all about Pink Vetiver and Green Orange & Coriander.
These two may be my personal favourites. I am not a huge fan of girly, think uber fruity/floral scents, most of the time, so these are my cup of tea. Also, I think that both would smell amazing on men, at least I’d like a man to smell like that 😉
Green Orange & Coriander
Jo describes it as “soulful and sassy; marriage between green citrus and herb; incredibly comforting yet at the same time it evokes a real sense of passion and warmth”.
I totally agree, although it is citrusy, it is a warm citrus, uplifting and sexy at the same time. Would be a great scent to wear on a coffee date. I love pairing it with high heels and faux leather trousers.
The notes are:
- Top: Bitter Green Orange, Black Pepper
- Heart: Coriander Seed, Coriander Leaf
- Base: Green Oakmoss, Tonka Bean
I have noticed that
I’ve written about Jo Malone’s new brand Jo Loves some time ago and I am happy to let you know that all four fragrances from Jo Loves are already available for the purchase.
I really love that Jo has chosen red and black as her signature colour, there is nothing better than a combo of read and black! There are four fragrances so far, each is 100ml and retails for £95.
Since I haven’t tried any of them – here is how Jo describes them.
“Pomelo is clean and crisp; it’s my best friend made up of memories and moments. It’s that feeling of fresh linen sheets or a glass of bubbling fizzy water with a slice of lime and lots of crushed ice. I spray Pomelo onto my skin a couple of times when I go into the office, when I’m out and about and again before lunch or cocktails. Like me, Pomelo has a masculine side to it, it’s confident and sharp.”
“Green Orange & Coriander is soulful and sassy. It has a wonderfully clean smell to it and the marriage between green citrus and herb sits beautifully together and becomes very sexy. This fragrance reminds me of Sunday brunch in New York; sitting in a hotel wearing a big roll neck cashmere sweater drinking a glass of wine in front of a log fire. It’s incredibly comforting yet at the same time it evokes a real sense of passion and warmth.”
“Orange Tulle is