Infini Suede One Year Roses
I have seen infinity roses all over Instagram and I’ve always lusted after them so I was thrilled when Infini London contacted me and asked me if I’d like to try their Infini Suede One Year Roses. I love roses and always get a bunch of flowers each week from from Tesco when doing the food shop.
I usually go for roses as they’re available in so many pretty shades, which last for around 5-7 days and set me back £5 a bunch and when you work out how much that is every week over a year that’s £260 which is crazy and I didn’t even realise I was spending that much. Infini are an UK based retailer which specialise in real roses that last a year, and their mission is to provide an unparalleled shopping experience by delivering exceptional customer service and unique luxury products for the home or workplace.
“At INFINI, we value quality and design above all else. Our team works passionately to provide unique and trending floral products without compromise. We also know that time is precious, so we made shopping simple. With an extensive range of styles and colours, you are bound to find what you need all in one place.
INFINI is a brand you can trust. Our ultimate goal is to create a loyal customer base that will constantly return to our store to simply shop freely, comfortably, and conveniently. Explore our range and choose from over 15 rose colours. All INFINI roses are arranged in luxurious rose boxes which are available in various colours, shapes and sizes. Our roses cannot be compared with dried, freeze-dried or silk roses.”
I am fascinated that roses can even last a year as the most I’ve got from a bunch of roses is probably around ten days, but the Infini roses are are cut at their most perfect state and specially treated with their eco-friendly solution which allows them to transform into long-lasting roses that maintain their freshness and structure. Infini offer lots of different collections depending on what you’re looking for with different sizes, shapes, finishes and colours of the boxes and roses giving you lots of choice and they offer worldwide delivery too.
I was kindly gifted the Infini Suede One Year Roses which are £99 and contain nine beautiful roses in a suede effect box. I chose ‘Peach’ coloured roses and as you can see these roses aren’t peach but I’ve been told Infini have just introduced lots of new shades and this shade is now called “Light Peach”. I included a photo with my hand so you can see I’ve not altered the colour or upped the saturation, they’re very much a yellow colour rather than a peach so it’s something to consider if you were wanting peach coloured roses.
I am a little disappointed as I wanted peach roses to use for taking blog photos with but they’re very pretty nonetheless – this is the colour of the Peach roses according to their website, but as you can see they’re not remotely similar to these roses. Infini do have an Instagram account so I’d recommend looking at the roses they feature so you can get an idea of true colours.
I chose a black suede box for my Infini Suede One Year Roses as I thought it would complement the peach roses the best but I wish I’d chose the white roses or baby pink coloured roses but the yellow roses look very bright and bold and add colour to my room.
I really like how luxurious the box is with the gold metallic brand logo on the suede and it’s amazing that I don’t ever have to water them or any other maintenance other than an occasional dusting. I think the Infini roses would make such a beautiful gift for any age as they really do look so luxurious and it’s so special to be able to gift flowers which will last for twelve months.
**UPDATE: MY ROSES LASTED FOR SEVEN MONTHS AND NOT TWELVE MONTHS UNFORTUNATELY SO I CAN’T RECOMMEND THEM**
I’d love to know your thoughts on the Infini Suede One Year Roses? Is it something you’d like to receive as a gift?
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