SO I am so excited because I just discovered that two of my favorite companies have partnered together to create a limited edition line for Valentine’s Day!
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Diptyque, a wonderful French fragrance house, and Antoinette Poisson, a French creator and restorer of domino paper have partnered and created this luscious line of products! I wrote about Antoinette Poisson here in a post.
a limited edition domino -sold out.
Alright, the scent below is Rosamundi. Here is the description of the candle: This candle offers a pairing of the two most exquisite roses used in perfumery: Damascena, the Damask rose, and Centifolia, the May rose. They are celebrated for the variety and richness of their scents; a story is told as they bloom. In the top note, currant and bergamot provide freshness, the lychee’s fruitiness complements their petals, and the geranium enhances their naturalness.
Next is a Multi Use Spray. A rare eau with many applications, scenting both skin and fabric. Its scent has the natural grace of rose, the freshness of foliage and a slight, almost undetectable trace of patchouli. To scent fabrics, spray the Eau Dominotée at a distance.
I bought this and it is WONDERFUL! It smells so nice!
The is a perfect gift for Valentine’s Day: the Eau Rose Travel Perfume in limited edition packaging. If you like rose perfumes than this one will be your favorite!
Victoria Tv Show
Did you start watching the Victoria tv show on PBS which premiered this past weekend? If not, it’s not too late to start watching this season!
Well, here is my first review.
It’s hard not to compare it to the Crown given that they both are period pieces about English Queens!
The Crown was better in every way, however, that being said, I really enjoyed Victoria and if you like period tv dramas (Downton Abbey, the Crown, Outlander, Mr. Selfridge) then you will like this show!
It follows the life of Queen Victoria. The costumes and sets are beautiful, however the Queen seems so much more childish than Queen Elizabeth – and perhaps she was!
From the Blog
Bringing a post back from the archives… a Madeleine cookie recipe! They were delicious!
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