Monday, November 19, 2012

What I'm Wearing

Voleur de Roses - Eau de Toilette

The brutal yet tender collision of rose and patchouli
Voleur de Roses was composed by Michel Almairac and captures the chaos of a rose garden shattered by a thunderstorm. Rain and the smell of lightening in the air, wet earth, broken stems, bruised petals giving up a spicy crushed scent into the air. Roses stolen, ripped back by nature, this is an unexpected rose scent, a collision of roses and patchouli. Regal and brutal, tender and long lasting.

plum, rose, patchouli

 I love the description -
"Regal and brutal"

Happy Monday!

1 comment:

  1. Anita this perfume sounds amazing! Love the description as well!

    Giveaway from Scalamandre!


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