5 Perfumes I Love.

I love perfumes. Perfumes can transform your mood + make you feel like a million bucks. It's awesome! I figured it was time to share some of my go-to scents. These favorites really get the job done.

Gardenia Perfume Oil by Bathhouse: Aaron bought this perfume oil for me last Christmas. I love the exotic scent of Gardenia because it reminds me of my Grandma Beth (the inspiration for Being Elliott). Also, the fact this is an oil makes it all the more pleasant of an experience overall. This is a great one to try! 

3 L'Imperatrice by D&G: This guy has been one of my go-tos for years now. I love the color for one (the only shade of pink I like) + the blend of fruity/floral scents are nothing short of delicious. It is flirty, fun and just plain fab. All you need. Try this baby!

Jo Malone Wood Sage & Sea Salt Cologne: So...I have this thing about stealing Aaron's cologne. I have just always loved cologne wayyyy better than girly perfume (maybe thats my tomboy side coming through). But anyway, Jo Malone has this amazing woodsy sea salty cologne that works for both guys and gals alike. Hooray for uni-sex scents! Be sure to check this one out if you love more masculine scents like me.

Antidris/Cassis - Perfume oil by Maison Louis Marie: A gift from a sweet friend + another perfume oil (my fave). This perfume is fruity, but has some spice...black pepper to be exact! This one is my go-to travel perfume because.... 

1. It's tiny.

2. It has a roller applicator (a.k.a super easy to use).

3. This scent is a show-stopping game changer.

Being Elliott (Custom Perfume) by J.Hannah Co.: This perfume is very special to me. My friend Jessica Hannah helped me design this custom perfume for my West Elm Party in Austin, Texas two years ago. It has hints of frankincense, which is one of my favorite scents ever (and frankly pretty dang hard to find). I loved the experience of mixing my different scents with such an amazing babe like Jessica Hannah. If you are ever in Austin, be sure to visit her!

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