The Library of Fragrance* is a new brand which is escalating very quickly. You may have seen this mysterious brand floating around the blogging world and like me wishing that smell'vision existed. The Library of Fragrance products are produced by an American company called Demetre Fragrance Library. They are basically fragrances of more obscure scents which we smell all around us. I was sent Pumpkin Pie to try out, so here are my thoughts.
First impressions were 'This smells nice but I wouldn't wear it out'. Basically at first I thought how can you wear this as a perfume it smells more like a room fragrance. I love the scent, it smells like a spicy warm pumpkin pie baking in the oven. Which I think would make any room smell great, however I am not sure I would personally wear it. However the more I spray it then more I don't mind it on me. It can't be a bad thing smelling like cinnamon and ginger can it? Well I have worn it a few times out now and the scent it quite subtle but lingers all day long. One thing I would say is that this scent is perfect for autumn/winter especially as Halloween is coming up soon. As we speak I feel like it's Christmas and I am cuddled up next to the fire.
The Library of Fragrance have over 100 scents on their website and 28 in Boots so you are bound to find one you like. They have some really intriguing scents like dirt, cucumber and fresh laundry, as well as lots of floral and sweet ones. These fragrances are made for laying up so maybe I could add some more to make it more of a perfume and less of a room spray.
I think the concept it such a brilliant idea but you do need to go and find them in Boots and give them a test before you buy to find the one you like. I would definitely buy more of these once I have smelt them all and found the perfect one, don't get me wrong I like the pumpkin pie smell but I just don't think I would wear it that often.
Check out The Library of Fragrance here thelibraryoffragrance.com or find them in some Boots stores.
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P.S. Have you tried any of the Library of Fragrance scents?