Michael Kors Wonderlust Eau de Parfum
I have tried two of the Michael Kors fragrances; Rose Radiant Gold and White but they were both a little too floral for my liking so I was starting to think that maybe the Michael Kors fragrances weren’t for me until I fell in love with the Michael Kors Wonderlust Eau de Parfum at first spritz. Michael Kors Wonderlust launched in the Summer of this year at The Perfume Shop and is described as being a gourmand scent and is said to evoke a life where beauty, impulse and sensuality set the tone and is inspired by the unexpected, the unknown and the exotic.
The bottle is beyond beautiful, with a sunset effect ombréd bottle with a gold metallic lid and the colour scheme fits in with the name, and travel vibes of the ad campaign for the fragrance, and the lid is engraved with Michael Kors for a super sleek touch.
Top Notes: Bergamot, Mandarin, Almond Milk and Pink Pepper.
Heart Notes: Jasmine, Dianthus and Heliotrope.
Base Notes: Cashmeran Wood, Benzoin and Sandalwood.
I am besotted with Michael Kors Wonderlust Eau de Parfum. To me it smells very similar to one of my other favourite fragrances; Giorgio Armani Code which is one of my favourites for nights out or special occasions and Michael Kors Wonderlust is a little sweeter and and a little easier to wear as I find Code to be quite strong for everyday wear but I could wear Wonderlust everyday and be very happy as it’s such a gorgeous scent.
I find Wonderlust to be very creamy due to the almond milk, but the Bergamot adds a little spice and warmth alongside the softer florals within the heart. Wonderlust is one of the most longwearing fragrances I own, as I can still detect it on my skin almost 12 hours after application and it remains as heavenly as it does on first spritz.
I just love how sexy, creamy and sweet it is and it helps to prolong the magic of Summer all year round, and everytime I use it makes me think of idyllic Ibizan sunsets thanks to the stunning bottle.
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