Tuesday, May 15, 2007

Cheap & Chic

tagged, originally uploaded by hinke.

No, this is not about the perfume by Moschino (though this will come too). This is a new "column" (or listing) so to speak, dedicatedfor perfumes that are relatively affordable, yet have high quality or unique style that make them unique (in my opinion, anyways), including the links to their review here on SmellyBlog.

If you know of a fragrance that is unique yet dirt cheap, please contact me and tell me what you like about it. Only fragrances that can be found cheap also in a brick & mortar store would be included (not those which are only discounted online). You get my drift...The following are just a few favourites of mine:


CocoVanilla (Alyssa Ashley)

Ode a l'Amour (Yves Rocher)

Monoi de Tahiti Body Spray or Body Oil (Yves Rocher)


Musk Vanilla (Coty)

White Musk (The Body Shop)

Youth Dew Bath Oil

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At May 16, 2007 4:37 AM, Blogger chayaruchama said...

Kuumba Made's Amber Paste, for $7.99 / US, is my favorite cheapie of all time.
Coty's Emeraude, and Mstchabelli's Wond Song, go in there, too, for beautiful, flawless blending and quality for price...

At May 17, 2007 5:23 AM, Blogger Gail S said...

The new Azuree Soleil by Tom Ford for Estee Lauder is quite reasonably priced. I don't quite know if this perfume will stand the test of time, but for now, it is very enjoyable!

At May 10, 2009 6:42 AM, Anonymous mijbil said...

L'Occitane Eau d'Iparie and Lavera's Wild Rose Eau de Toilette (smells a bit like Turkish rosewater, which is exactly how I want a rose scent to smell). In the same price range, around 15 quid for 30ml. Not perhaps very perfumy (rather singular), but linger nicely and can be layered, I guess. Both organic as well.
Also, I quite liked Body Shop's Tobacco Flower Fragrance, which is now discontinued.


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