April 15, 2011

Matching your fragrance to your wedding theme

The say that of the five senses, smell is most directly linked to memory. To ensure enduring visions of your unforgettable day, you should look for a fragrance that you love to wear – then every time you catch its aroma, you’ll be reminded of your blissful day.

The day: Classic and traditional. Think church nuptials, a princess dress, pink David Austin roses and a Rolls Royce.
Fragrance match: A lush floral, feminine scent that complements your girly side. Notes to look for include lilies, gardenias, jasmine and orange blossoms.
We recommend: Hugo Boss Femme by Boss EDP.

The day: Glam black tie cocktail affair – complete with limousines, a stylish beaded gown and gold Jimmy Choos.
Fragrance match: Aromatic and sensual blends of spices and exotic flowers.
We recommend: Estée Lauder Tom Ford’s Amber Nude Youth Dew EDP.

The day: A garden party setting featuring gorgeous coloured blooms and brightly coloured bridesmaid dresses and bombonieras.
Fragrance match: Anything with strong citrus notes of lime, tangerine and mandarin.
We recommend: Sisley Eau du Soir EDP.

The day: Beachside chic – a relaxed, waterside wedding with a tropical theme encompassing frangipanis, windswept hair and embellished gladiator flats.
Fragrance match: Oceanic and aquatic middle notes which evoke crisp, fresh summery visions of the seaside.
We recommend: Issey Miyake L’eau d’Issey Summer EDT.

The day: Romantic countryside ceremony with a high society estate feel: luxe vintage gown, orchid bouquets and a classical string quartet.
Fragrance match: Refreshing earthy blends of pine, juniper leaves and pine.
We recommend: Ermenegildo Zegna Essenza Di Zegna Summer EDT.

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