Today we're helping Ines, who is getting married in London at the end of May. She'd love to find a new perfume that would "make her day eternal" and that she could happily go on wearing after the wedding. She's willing to pay premium if she can find the right scent — and the right scent should be subtle and elegant, but still make a statement. Here is what we know about Ines:
She's in her late 20s, and her area of expertise is business development, marketing and sales.
She loves to write and she keeps several blogs. She's also a big fitness fan, and she likes to try new things.
She recently moved from Madrid to London. She loves languages and speaks five at the moment.
She says she is a reasonable and considerate person, but also makes swift decisions, and isn't always good at establishing interpersonal limits.
She loves meeting new people and is sociable most of the time, but she also likes to be on her own.
Ines' first perfume was Anaïs Anaïs at age 6. Her first full-time job happened to be in the fragrance field: devising and executing the launch of a men's fragrance for the mass market in Turkey, but since then she has had trouble finding fragrances she is happy with. Some of her older favorites include Jean Paul Gaultier Classique, D&G Feminine, Calvin Klein Eternity, D&G Light Blue and Cacharel Noa. She also used to like Estee Lauder Pleasures, but now she finds it too artificial-smelling.
Ines likes white flowers (jasmine and gardenia especially, also tuberose) but not when they're overpowering. She also likes patchouli.
Ines does not like sweet fragrances or orientals, and sometimes they give her a headache. She also doesn't like overly fruity scents. She can't wear Dior Addict, Miss Cherie Dior, Estee Lauder Private Collection Tuberose Gardenia, Yves Saint Laurent Parisienne, or any Tom Ford fragrances.
What say you?