The bottle is the same luxurious glass cube as its predecessor’s — the EDP. Only, it now sports a soft green hue to echo the freshness that spring brings, paired with the signature ribbon in the same shade.
Created for spring, Chloé’s new take on its signature fragrance is now a lot lighter — like a breath of fresh air — and younger. It contains an exceptional concentration of distilled rose water, gleaned from the chypre rose, and with it a delicate citrus harmony and a touch of patchouli for that little touch of luxury.
A girl needs as many pairs of shoes as she does perfumes to make sure she gets every tiny detail of her overall look and aura down pat for different occasions, destinations, sentiments and even errands.
I find myself gravitating towards my bottle of L’Eau de Chloé when I’m getting dressed for brunch, when Im headed for a short resort getaway or when I’m lounging at home. Because it’s so light, so congenial and so soothing, it puts you in a relaxing, happy, holiday mood, and it’s a scent you tend to wear for your own benefit more than anything else.
Glam’s Rating: ★★★★★
Matching Outfit: Chloé Spring/Summer 2012
The L’Eau de Chloé Eau de Toilette is available in 30ml, 50ml and 100ml at S$77, S$111 and S$160, respectively, from mid-March 2012 at major department stores in Singapore.