The Beauty Bug was a little late in reading Her new Allure this month. It had come in the mail when She was away on vacation, and for the past week sat in the mail pile, still in its plastic mailing bag. Finally, tonight, after watching Tori and Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood (how precious is Liam?), She reached for the magazine. She very quickly flipped through the first 50 pages which were mostly ads and was somewhat uninterested – until She saw it. How did She not know about this? Does it smell as good as it looks? Where can She get one…tomorrow?!
She threw down the magazine and ran to Her computer and began furiously typing. She discovered that the David Yurman Fragrance had just launched in July – She calmed down a bit after realizing it was still in fact very new.
Allure describes the scent as “a blend of patchouli, exotic woods, natural rose oil, and fresh green petals”, but with a bottle that looks like that, does it really matter how it smells? In true Yurman style, the cap is carved with cables – so striking, yet classic. The body of the bottle has more of a feminine touch, and is reminiscent of Yurman’s gemstone rings. And as if The Beauty Bug wasn’t sold yet, the bottle neck is created in a form of Yurman wedding band. Since The Beauty Bug and The Beauty Bug Fiancee just bought Yurman weddings bands in St. Maarten, how can She resist? A fragrance to match Her wedding band…
For all you fragrance fanatics, the nose behind this Yurman scent is Harry Fremont. Now Smell This describes this as a “love it or hate it” fragrance.
David Yurman by David Yurman is available at Saks Fifth Avenue and David Yurman boutiques for $120.