Friday Favorites: Perfume For The Big Day


It’s Friday ya’ll  and I’m so excited! I have so much to look forward to the next few days. I get married in less than  10 days and ya’ll I still can’t believe it!  When you’re planning a wedding I wanted to make sure that I choose items that are very sentimental us both.   



Not only do I want to look good on my big day but smell good as well. Today I’m sharing a few of my favorite scents that I have as contenders for the big day.  Each of the scents are timeless and I only wear them on special occasions. 

1. Coco Mademoiselle

My granny gifted this one to me and I'm obsessed. Funny story, my mom gave me a bottle of Chanel my sophomore year of high school and I wish I still had it.

2.Miss Dior Cherie: Okay I've had this for about 10 years now. This  is my first full sized perfume that I purchased. I remember making big money at my first job  and saved up coins for this one. 

3. Chanel : Chance
Another one by Chanel that I love so much. I always look for ways to save and get more bang for my buck. I wanted a travel sized perfume and I was happy to find this one was available in travel size. It comes with three re-fillable bottles with your purchase. I've had this one since summer 2018 and I'm not even close to being done with first bottle.

4. Chloe'
 When I smelled this fragrance I was in love. It reminded of scent my mom wore back in the day. This scent gives me all the nostalgia  back to when I was younger. This is one scent that I would purchase full sized because I've purchase about 4 of these mini sets over the years.

5.  Tom Ford Black Orchid
I have a love hate relationship with this scent because it's so strong. I love to pull this out during cooler temperatures and for special occasions. 

6. YSL Women's Libre
This. quarantine purchase but totally worth it. I'm a big fan of this scent by YSL along with Black Opium .

Stay tuned to see what scent I choose for the big day! We're 8 days away and I'm ready to slay!


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