What does summer smell like to you? Is it a sweetness of flowers blooming, the smell of freshly cut grass or wet soil? Maybe you prefer a slight aroma of sparkling champagne on your skin? If you say the smell of sea salt or peonies and delphiniums makes you think of summer, you’re certainly not the only one. But what is your own scent of summer? I found one for myself and I really want to share it with you Il Mio Segreto from Olibere Parfums.

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OLIBERE Parfums Paris – IL MIO SEGRETO.

It’s always hard to describe the perfume, but I will try to do my best to share with you the amazing scent – delicate and charming aroma of fresh and spicy top notes. The piquancy of grapefruit and lemon are reminiscent of sweet warm Italian summer. Then – disclosed floral middle note: a sensual jasmine blended with delicious, sweet and spicy peach. Base notes of iris mixed with mimosa, creating a powdery duo. And at the end – delicious green vanilla, benzoin and soft precious wood scent create all together a sensual, rich alchemy.

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Discovering your signature scent can require a lot of time, effort and money, and sometimes you really need years and a lot of different places to visit just to find the one and only perfume, that will remain with you your entire life like a good book or very bright memories. For me, IL MIO SEGRETO from Olibere Parfums became one of those.

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And just to say that I’m in love with it – means to say nothing. All about this fragrance is absolutely amazing, because when you apply it, it reminds you of a warm golden summer, somewhere in the 1920s, when “everything runs backwards… Like matinee films sometimes, where people jump out of the water onto diving boards… June dawns, July noons, August evenings over, finished, done, and gone forever with only the sense of it all left here”… (Ray Bradbury “Dandelion Wine”).

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