Harper's Bazaar (India) - - BEST BEAUTY -

em­braces you like gen­tle sun­shine. The beauty of this per­fume lies in the fact that though you your­self may not be able to ex­pe­ri­ence the first burst of top notes as you do with other per­fumes, the dry down notes of cedar wood and honey en­velop you del­i­cately like a cou­ture gown and leave a sweet trail be­hind wher­ever you go. It is light and feath­ery, so much so that you may be tempted to splash on a lit­tle ex­tra to get more of the per­fume. Be cau­tious though: too much of it can be in­tox­i­cat­ing and may make you un­com­fort­able. So wear it spar­ingly.

“A cou­ture dress is ded­i­cated to a one and only woman who wishes to be unique for a sin­gle mo­ment; it is a dream in its purest form,” says Saab. “A per­fume is ded­i­cated to the great­est num­ber and can be worn ev­ery day.” How­ever, a fra­grance also has the unique qual­ity of smelling dif­fer­ent on dif­fer­ent peo­ple. In fact, it’s of­ten said that the true test of a per­fume lies in not how you think it smells but the num­ber of com­pli­ments you get af­ter wear­ing it. Elie Saab Le Par­fum is a fra­grance that could surely pass this test, pro­vided you mas­ter the art of wear­ing it. We sug­gest you wear it just be­hind your knees to keep it dis­crete, mys­te­ri­ous, and sexy, but then again, ex­per­i­ment with it to find your in­ter­pre­ta­tion of the magic.

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