Victoria's Secret has launched limited edition summer versions of four of their fragrances: Bombshell, Dream Angels Heavenly, Very Sexy and Sexy Little Things Noir.
Bombshell Summer (shown) ~ "A splash of summer. A glamorous escape. Feel the radiance with sparkling, sunkissed citrus and bright florals. Juicy grapefruit, black currant and lily of the valley." 50 ml Eau de Parfum, $49.
Dream Angels Heavenly Summer ~ "A splash of summer. A romantic escape. Feel the radiance with sheer, fresh blossoms and tropical fruits. Bright peony, coconut water and soft woods." 75 ml Eau de Parfum, $55.
Very Sexy Summer ~ "A splash of summer. A sultry escape. Feel the radiance with vibrant, juicy fruits and seductive woods. Forbidden apple, white freesia and creamy sandalwood." 75 ml Eau de Parfum, $52.
Sexy Little Things Noir Summer ~ "A splash of summer. An enchanting escape. Feel the radiance with lush, flirty florals and sheer musk. Pink guava, Mediterranean jasmine and musk." 50 ml Eau de Parfum, $49.
Cuz nuthin’ says dark and sexy like pink guava…….
Joliefleurs, phrases like ‘pink guava’ are not acceptable on this forum.
Noting that this is the year of multcolored, toned bottles.
Yes. I think this one looks nice…
I’m still trying to puzzle out the juxtaposition of “sexy little things” and “noir” which is separate from “sultry” by ummm, woods and creamy woods. I’m sure analytical thinking is not required, so I am moving on, chewing forbidden peonies and splashing myself with woody coconut water.
I think that’s right: leave analytical thinking cap at the door.
Reading the repeated rhythm of each description after the other seems to have fried my brain.
“A splash of summer. A glamorous, romantic escape. Feel the radiance with sparkling pink guava, forbidden apple and soft woods. Juicy grapefruit, creamy sandalwood and mind implosion.”
For those prices, I think I would rather buy anything Escada.
I will give them a sniff the next time I am at the mall, but usually VS fragrances don’t excite me.
*still grumbling about Victoria being discontinued*
I’m wondering what “forbidden apple” smells like, as opposed to “apple”