Have you ever bought a book based purely on its pretty cover? Well, I pretty much did the equivalent of that with this perfume; the painfully pretty bottle caught my eye and I just couldn’t let go of it. Yes, the scent is divine, but LOOK at that bottle! It’s just SO PRETTY. GAHHH! Chloé Eau de Parfum’s top notes include peony, lychee, and freesia; magnolia flower, lily of the valley and rose make up the midnotes; and, finally, cedarwood, honey, and amber are what comprise the base notes. This is classified as a floral fragrance but I don’t find it to be dated or cloying at all. Far from it, Chloé’s Eau de Parfum has a very young and fresh take on the otherwise very dated and uninspired floral fragrance standard. It’s soft, feminine, and classy (very classy) and also very hip and modern.
So, there you have it. Yes, I did buy this perfume based only on its appearance, but it’s the scent that will make me buy it again. And again. And. again.