Bouquets and Buttonholes.

  • Posted on 27th May 2015 by Nick

  • The wedding season means beautiful dresses, well dressed gents, battles between guests on who has the best millinery, and most importantly: bouquets and buttonholes!

    Bouquets

    Empressa

    A sophisticated and elegant silky scent, Empressa shimmers with pink pepper, blood orange and peach, plush rose and woody patchouli.

    Ellenisia


    A beautiful bouquet of white flowers, Ellenisia is sumptuous with gardenia, tuberose and jasmine, drizzled in sweet plum.



    Soliflores

    Lily of the Valley


    No scent reflects the purity of a white gown like Lily of the Valley: a pure portrait of the beautiful bridal bloom.

    Gardenia


    Nature's most sensual bloom, the tropical scent of Gardenia is surrounded by lush foliage and an air of translucent beauty.

    For Him

    Peoneve


    The more adventurous gentleman looking to wear a rose scented buttonhole should try Peoneve - a woody vetiver with a bright and peppery rose, makes for surprisingly easy wearing on male skins.

    Sartorial


    No scent says 'well dressed' like Sartorial - redolent of the aromas found in Savile Row Tailor's workrooms, this handsome ambery fougere is the perfect accessory to a well dressed gent.