Chloe Nomade Eau De Parfum Review

Friday 26 April 2019

Last month I turned 35 years old, and one of the gifts I received was the Chloe Nomade Eau De Parfum. I hadn't smelt it before, but I have had a few Chloe perfumes in the past and have always really enjoyed them so I popped it on my birthday wish list.
It isn't a particularly new fragrance as it was released at the beginning of 2018, but I had seen it around a lot and I thought the bottle looked really classy - don't judge me, packaging is my weakness haha! The designer of this scent is Quentin Bisch, which the intention that this floral fragrance evokes the modern and independent woman.
 The scent itself is quite an unusual one, where it starts as a citrus fragrance dominated by Bergamot, Lemon, Orange and Mirabelle plums, with a heart of Rose, Jasmine and Freesia, and then settle with base notes of Patchouli Patch, Sandalwood Musk and Amber Wood. When I first applied it, it smelt quite garden-like, but then it does settle down into a more woody scent which is the type of fragrance notes I prefer.
As mentioned, the packaging is very Chloe-esque, which the bottle following a familiar design of the brand, with inspiration from one of their classic handbags. If I was rich enough, I would dress head to toe in Chloe as they produce such beautiful, classic and pretty clothing and handbags, and this perfume reflects the brand really well. Nomade is quite a strong fragrance, which I like as it lasts most of the day without having to re-apply. It isn't the cheapest, with 30ml costing £49.00, 50ml £72.00 and 75ml costing £85.00 but due to the strength of the fragrance you only need a couple of spritzes each time you wear it.

You can find Chloe Nomade in-store and online at Debenhams.

All the Loves,
Kathryn xxx

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