Armani My Way Fragrance
The moment I read about the Armani My Way fragrance I knew it was going to be something I would like; pretty, elegant and packed full of the notes that I tend to gravitate towards, this was a perfume I had to get my hands on!
Armani My Way is a bright and engaging fruity floral that’s simple, feminine and very pretty. The bottle is classic Armani; rounded square bottle with a navy and gold lid – the fragrance itself has a blush pink hue that compliments the navy and gold. The design feels like an homage to older styles, with the bevelled base giving it a fresh twist – I really like the design, plus it was fun to photograph, as you can see!
The top notes of Orange Blossom and Bergamot are beautifully fresh and zingy, without being too fruity or sharp. This quickly settles into the Tuberose at the heart, with the Indian Jasmine following shortly after and slowly balancing the rest of the notes. At the base you have White Musk, Madagascan Vanilla and Virginian Cedar. The vanilla adds a creaminess whilst the Cedar keeps everything grounded and provides a solid base for the white flowers, stopping it getting too overtly floral whilst still keeping it pretty.
It’s one of those fragrances that’s so lovely to wear and feels uplifting and comforting. I think it was released as a Spring fragrance, but I find it a little more robust and more suited to the Autumnal months, however, I am a firm believer in all fragrances for all seasons and occasions – if you wear it and it makes you feel good, wear it whenever and wherever you like.
With Christmas creeping up on us, this would make a lovely gift, especially as it comes with a matching case (great for storage – I keep all my fragrances in the dark to prolong their life) and there’s also engraving available on the 50ml (pictured) and 90ml bottles if you order from The Perfume Shop. There are three sizes available: 30ml for £55, 50ml for £76 and 90ml for £103. The bottles are also refillable and you can find them here – link.
Disclosure: PR Sample. I was not paid to feature.