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Finding your signature fragrance is more testing than learning Morse code. You spend hours in perfume departments spritzing and sniffing to find the one and before you know it they all start to smell the same and you feel a bit woozy from too much oud and not enough air.
But put down that wad of samples because we’ve found the chicest new signature scent for you. The one in question? Acqua di Parma's Peonia Nobile.
If you haven’t sniffed it out yet, imagine summer peony and raspberry notes melting into a creamy musk that lingers all day. It also has subtle hints of Turkish rose (softer and fresher than its English equivalent), geranium and freesia. But forget what you know about florals – this steers well away from nana territory with an alluring twist of black pepper. If that doesn’t whip your nostrils into a frenzy then we don’t know what will.
Flower lovers will also know that peonies only bloom in the late spring, so by wearing the scent you can revel in the luxury that you will smell of the luxurious flower all year round (smug level: 100).
It’s one of those fragrances that you could spritz at your desk and your nearby neighbours would come nosing over to find out what it is (no obligation to tell, this is your signature perfume, after all). Has the tricky balance of being able to smell as sweet on teens and elegant on adults so keep your bottle close to your chest and away from wandering hands.
So next time you head down to your local department store and despair at the choice, scout out Acqua di Parma's Peonia Nobile – we dare you to not fall in love.