From just looking at the bottle of the newest fragrance from Chloé, I can just imagine it fitting right it with my grandmother’s collection, sitting gracefully atop a mirrored tray on her vanity. The silver plated trim gives this flacon some vintage appeal, while the hand-tied champagne ribbon adds a touch of simple feminine couture. Thankfully, the bottle that I received is not for grandma, because when I actually gave the scent a try, I knew that this timeless bottle holds anything but her musky perfumes. The Chloé Eau de Toilette is for the modern woman, bold but not over-bearing, elegant yet quite playful.
Compared to the Chloé Eau de Parfum, the EDT has a lighter, fresher feel, thanks to the head notes of mandarin orange, freesia, and watermelon. Such fruitful scents upon first impression suggest a youthful quality, but the deep base of sandlewood and iris provide a more classic aroma. Don’t let the airiness fool you though, because it is a scent that delicately lingers on your skin all day long. Since receiving my sample bottle, I have sprayed it twice in two days, giving me just enough sensory satisfaction to last throughout all of my daily activities.
Chloé Eau de Toilette is a fragrance that I can leave sitting on my vanity, just like my grandma use to do. However, the difference is that this is not just a pretty bottle, never to be touched. This perfect blend of fruits and florals make wearing this fragrance something I look forward to, on any given day. It’s refreshing to find a such a mature scent that works well for the modern woman, just like me.
Chloé Eau de Toilette comes in 1.7 oz for $65 or 2.5 oz for $85. It’s available in fine retail stores and the Chloé boutiques.
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