Signature Scent

Illustrated By Jacqueline Davis Moranti

For years I was taught that women should wear perfumes that had a classic aroma such as Chanel No. 5, Coco Chanel, Yves Saint Laurent Opium or other vintages. The older women in my life, especially my mother taught me that smelling like baby powder is the only way to go. While that is a good scent, I didn't feel like it was me. I've been on a journey for years to find a scent of my own, one that wasn't dictated to me. I knew what I was looking for, but for some reason nothing quite stuck with me until I got a whiff of Anine Bing's Savage Rose Perfume Oil. This was the game changer I was looking for.

Yes, roses are red and violets are blue but not all floral scents are alike. I've sniffed out sooooo many perfumes that claim "real" rosy aroma but honestly none have come as close to it as Savage Rose. When I apply the perfume oil to my skin, it takes me back to the days of my childhood when I would help (or in my 4 year old case, making messes) my mother with her gardening. This perfume oil is packed with rose musk and black pepper, two ingredients that I feel like I can relate to because of my sarcasm and unpredictability. Savage Rose is a concentrated perfume oil which means it doesn't contain alcohol and also lasts longer and changes through out the day with your body heat, which oddly enough reminds me of my favorite mood ring from grade school.... 

Savage Rose is wrapped in a minimally designed compact bottle that can fit in your pocket, more so than your iPhone 7 Plus! It's unassuming design leaves the wearer in wonder and utter surprise because of the curiosity that it entices! I'm 100% hooked, and can't imagine myself wearing anything else for now. Dear readers, have you tried Savage Rose by Anine Bing yet?

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Thanks for the sweet whispers! XO