The Gift That Keeps on Giving
Miu Miu eau de Parfum
Those who have entered my dressing room know that I have a pretty extensive perfume collection, and it tends to grow by a bottle (or three) every holiday season. It’s the ultimate touch of femininity and I simply cannot walk out the door without spritzing first. And while it may be tricky to suggest a specific fragrance, as our noses all have different tastes, I wholeheartedly recommend that you do not let this essential become lost on your shopping list.
This time last year I did a holiday shopping story that featured five of my favorite fragrances, but this year, I just want to draw the focus to one, and it’s one of my daily go-tos.
Here are 3 reasons that will most likely convince you that a bottle of Miu Miu perfume makes the perfect gift... or indulgence.
A Balanced Aroma
This is one of the few perfumes I own that doesn’t lean too far in one direction, which I love, and which also makes it a perfect choice for a gift. It’s a scent that is both fresh and warm; provocative yet sophisticated. It’s main accords are floral, but it is by no means “too flowery”. It hits all the right notes without overpowering any one of them.
You should never purchase a perfume based solely on this, however, I just love the bonus of finding a perfect scent that just so happens to come in the perfect bottle. I display my fragrance collection on a glass shelf and in a sea of gold tinted glass, my Miu Miu bottle really pops! I honestly can’t imagine any girl not falling in love with the quilted bottle design and it’s playful use of color.
A Designer Gift on a Budget
You may not be able to swing a pair of Miu Miu crystal-embellished red patent Mary Janes for your giftee , but trust me, they’ll love you just the same when they unwrap your gift and see the name of a luxury brand which they love so much. Designer is designer after all, and with every press of the nozzle, a luxury perfume really is a gift that keeps on giving.
I’ve partnered with Miu Miu to celebrate their 7 holiday sins, interpreting the sin of envy.