Sunflowers (even though actual sunflowers don’t have a smell) by Elizabeth Arden (Elizabeth Arden 1993) is an ozonic floral fragrance with a demure breezy sensibility. There’s a dominant note of melon that is inviting and fresh throughout and a warm, but still upbeat base of cedar, amber, musk and sandalwood. It’s one of my favorite scents, if only because it is so perfectly floral and bright with a light fruity sweetness.
Top notes: bergamot, lemon, rosewood, orange blossom, melon and peach. Middle Notes: osmanthus, cyclamen, orris root jasmine and rose. Base notes: sandalwood, amber, musk, oakmoss, cedar.
I’m feeling a little quiet today, so I’ll leave you with these recent photos. Happy Mother’s Day!
Until tomorrow. 🙂