This is a little bit of a fluff piece on my part. It’s currently three in the morning. I got home from work and really just couldn’t sleep, so I decided to give typing a shot.
This is another sample I used up. Most of my Sephora samples go to use after I get off. I pretty much just spritz something on so I’m not that stinky kid on the subway at odd hours. Samples are easy to toss in my purse, and they don’t take up a lot of space. I like to travel light. This makes me grateful for the endless supply of perfume samples that seem to find their way into my apartment.
Chloe Fleur is a really nice floral scent. It’s got a rose scent at first (which I don’t really care for), but as soon as it starts to dry, I notice lighter, more summery scents like freesia and verbena. The finish is a little woody–almost cedar-like. It’s a bit of an inoffensive fresh, floral fragrance, and if you’re into other scents from this line, you can’t go wrong with this one. I do like the original and have a bottle of it around here somewhere. It’s not something I often find myself reaching for, but it does smell lovely. This one is no exception.
This is $105.00 for 1.7 ounces. I’m not going to buy it–or any perfume for that matter–until I get rid of some of the ones I have around here. There are so many bottles and samples, I’m not entirely sure I could use them all in my lifetime.
Chloe Fleur. You smell nice, but I don’t need you.