Jimmy Choo L’EAU Eau de Toilette – Review

Jimmy Choo invites you to live “la vie en rose” with their latest fragrance.

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Introducing L’EAU, the newest addition to the Jimmy Choo fragrance family.

Composed by perfumer Juliette Karagueuzoglou, Jimmy Choo L’EAU evokes a radiant femininity as the fragrance combines a symphony of floral, fresh, and musky notes.

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The fragrance comes in a white and pale pink textured snakeskin box.  The bottle was inspired by Venetian Murano glass, with smooth curves and dips.  The bottle is topped with a pale pink 3D cube with metallic gilded edges, which adds a touch modernity to the slender silhouette of the bottle.

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Top notes – Bergamot and Hibiscus Flower

Mid Notes – Nectarine and Peony

Base Notes – Cedar Wood and Musk

This is a really well-balanced fragrance.  The hibiscus and tangerine really compliment the bergamot nicely.  And the musk and a cedar wood (two very common scents in fragrances) are a nice, light afterthought that don’t overpower or steal the show.  This is one of those scents that I could happily wear year-round.

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