Insomnia has struck me again so as I sat around feeling pretty bored, I thought I'd just blog about this Vivienne Westwood Fragrance.
I received 'Naughty Alice' from my parents for Christmas, mum had remembered me liking the fragrance when I was in Debenhams with her :) So she bought me the Gift set, which is great as you get more for your money :)
In the box I received a 50ml Eau De Parfum spray and a 150ml Velvet Body Veil.
The perfume on the Debenhams website is described as:
Naughty Alice is a sensual and audacious new fragrance inspired by Vivienne Westwood s playful and highly creative imaginary universe. Sexy, musky yet comforting, Naughty Alice enlivens the senses and is the perfect example of modern femininity. The fragrance transports you to a sensual dream world where everything is possible and your adventurous curiosity can be unleashed. This chic feminine and provocative new floriental perfume leaves you with a naughty twinkle in the eye.
At the very heart of Naughty Alice s perfume is a luminous floriental which dazzles the senses. The modern powdery elegance of black rose and carnal violet is sublimated by the warm sensuality of the ylang-ylang.
This description is pretty spot on.
I get a lot of the violet and powderyness in this fragrance, I just wish I could smell more of the musk and Ylang Ylang though (as Ylang Ylang is a favourite scent of mine).
On my skin this fragrance turns a sweet, floral, powdery scent.
I've never been one for floral scents, but this is pretty good.
For me this is a safe day wear scent.
If I was going on a date I wouldn't go for this one I'd go for something more like Dior Addict or Estee Lauder Sensuous Noir, but I reckon that a guy would always remember you by this scent (in a good sweet, carefree way).
Oh Yes and another thing the bottle is very cute, very classic and simple, looks gorgeous on the dressing table :)
Which is also cool about this perfume is you receive a little bracelet wrapped around the neck of the bottle, and it is a very funky little Westwood piece. Which I shall hang onto, in case it's worth something one day and ends up on The Antiques Road Show :p
Thanks for reading x