There's no doubt this allows everyone to have a little bit of the famous beige attire even if they can't stretch to the £1000 price tag of the real thing. I love the chunky button lid that's even embossed with the Burberry name on the reverse, making this much more than just another perfume. It's a statement piece and a classic bottle, much more in keeping with the classic Burberry branding than previous fragrance incarnations. The fragrance itself includes top notes of sweat pea and bergamot, with a base of centifolia roses and patchouli. However, the floral notes are somewhat muted and the result is extremely fresh while still being classically elegant.
This, in my opinion, is the closest Burberry have gotten to an iconic scent that will stand the test of time. It lasts well on skin and evolves over the day to leave a scent that I can only associate with brand new clothes - the feeling you get when you wear something new. It's perfect for daily wear and matches everything as well as a beige trench; it's a staple that you'll rely on and know it will smarten you up, no matter what's going on underneath. Although the Burberry scents aren't cheap, they're definitely worth a little investment in my opinion; they always look, feel and smell a little more luxurious than your standard perfume and are definitely worth adding to your Christmas list.
Are you excited to breathe in the scent of this newest fragrance? Are you a fan of Burberry beauty?
My Burberry is available online priced £45.00 for a 30ml bottle. Burberry are also currently offering a personalisation service via their website.