Diorissimo for Valentine’s

Traveling by Train: Diorissimo Perfume(click,HERE), Mango dress love this one with floral contrast (click, HERE) and Zara scarf (click,HERE).
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Happiness is like a perfume: You can’t give it away without getting a little on yourself. A drop of Diorissimo will last a whole day. The fresh and clear scent is like a winter morning in a train station. When you feel that it’s time to travel and you put on your long floral dress and wrap yourself on a chunky scarf, the scent is still there…like a soul that keeps following you. Once upon a time in the 50’s Christian Dior and Edmond Roudnitska created a simplified perfume formula to revolutionize and break the trend of the dominating sweet perfumes in the market. They met in 1955 and Diorissimo came true in 1956. Dior said that this perfume is the scented expression of his soul. But the heart of this perfume is the lily of the valley which is the fortune flower of the french people.  It also symbolizes hope, happiness and joy. There’s also a pint of jasmine that every time I close my eyes, it brings the desire of spring. Now it’s time to board the train. Sending you warm kisses from Milan. Happy Valentine’s!

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1.La petite Robe noire by Guerlain (click,HERE) 2. Flash by Jimmy Choo (click,HERE) 3. Miss Dior by Dior (click,HERE4. Narciso Rodriguez for her (click,HERE) 5. Si by Giorgio Armani (click,HERE6. J’adore L’or by Dior (click,HERE7. Rose by Paul Smith (click,HERE8. Jean Paul Gaultier Classique (click,HERE9. La vie est belle by Lancome (click,HERE10. Jimmy Choo by Jimmy Choo (click,HERE11. Flowerbomb by Viktor&Rolf (click,HERE12. Womanity by Thierry Mugler (click,HERE)

Happy reading & see you soon – R.
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