Byredo Pulp: fruit market in Palermo, Italy, noon; old pavement, slow steps, the sun is blinding, and you smile and breathe greedily; rich scent of ripe figs, berries and red apples mixed with fresh salty Mediterranean air.

Chiristian Dior Eau Sauvage: 1960s, La Piscine, crispy white shirt, eau de cologne, ice cold sparkling Perrier with a slice of lemon, bitter-fresh, a bit of woody, a bit of spice; happiness of simplicity.. and simplicity of happiness.

Yves Rocher Monoï Eau des Vahinés: palm tree postcards, shorts, beach, monoï oil from a small hotel shop; sunglasses, sunscreen, tiaré flower in your hair and a coconut fruit cocktail in a tanned hand.

And now, the fun part.

Depending on how i felt during the summer time, I found myself mixing these fragrances in the following way:

Pulp + Eau Sauvage for adding more freshness to my beloved summer fig and
Pulp + Monoï for adding more sweet sunscreeny tropical i-don’t-care feel to it.

However, it’s time to turn the page and move on to some old autumn perfume favorites of mine as well as the new ones! Which is very exciting as well, not gonna lie!
And how about you? What you’ve been loving this summer and have you already adjusted a perfume to your mood/weather?


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