Favourite Jo Malone scent?

(21 Posts)
doorhandle Sun 18-Sep-16 23:14:44

Feel like splashing some cash at the perfume parlour but don't know where to start?

Need some inspiration from you all. I've got some pomegranate noir and early cucumber already.

Cherryskypie Sun 18-Sep-16 23:22:22

Jo Loves (Jo being the Jo Malone who created the brand) Pomelo and also Green Orange and Coriander. Mandrine is good too. I'm eyeing up the Smoked Plum & Leather at the moment.

www.joloves.com/?gclid=COXC3ef4mc8CFWgz0wod3HwIFw

I bought myself a fragrance discovery gift. They send you loads of sample sized bottles and a voucher to redeem (they send it out) for the one you want.

Littlebee76 Mon 19-Sep-16 09:11:18

Peony & blush suede, it's what I wore for my wedding and I love it!

CandyMcJingles Mon 19-Sep-16 11:24:05

Red Roses for me, it's very warm and rich.

Stopyourhavering Mon 19-Sep-16 11:28:37

Nutmeg and ginger...great for Autumn I love Jo Malone and have about 8 perfumes!
Or if you want to try something a bit different but just as gorgeous and unique ( and more exclusive ) Miller Harris Tea Tonique

PotatoBread Mon 19-Sep-16 11:32:04

English Pear & Freesia for daytime and Pomegranate Noir for evening (though I wear it in the day too) - though just re-read and see you already have this! The Pear one is lovely

PotatoBread Mon 19-Sep-16 11:33:24

I find the scent lasts longer in my other perfumes though - my all time favourite is Stella by Stella McCartney.

splendide Mon 19-Sep-16 15:23:31

I love Blackberry Bay

Madbengalmum Mon 19-Sep-16 18:30:23

Grapefruit for spring/summer
Nutmeg and ginger for autumn/winter

BeastofCraggyIsland Mon 19-Sep-16 19:29:25

I have the Orange Blossom and Wood Sage and Sea Salt ones, I'm really fussy with perfumes and I love them both.

Potato I've worn Stella for years, it's the only perfume I have other than the two above - until I found them it was the only one I ever wore smile If I could justify blowing £200 on a bottle of perfume I would add Tom Ford Neroli Portofino to the collection, but I can't bring myself to do it. Going to try the new JM Basil and Neroli one though to see if it's an acceptable substitute!

jusdepamplemousse Mon 19-Sep-16 19:51:33

Nectarine blossom and honey. It's fruity and sweet but sharp and yet deep and lasts well. Blackberry and bay also beautiful and a bit more mellow.

Kazplus2 Mon 19-Sep-16 21:20:13

Peony and blush suede for me too. Love it.

MissElphabaThropp Mon 19-Sep-16 21:24:11

Nectarine and honey blossom. Or nectarine blossom and honey? I'm not sure. It was my wedding perfume and I adore it.

Macarena1990 Mon 19-Sep-16 22:25:01

I love Mimosa & cardamom and oud & bergamot

teta Mon 19-Sep-16 22:30:04

Love Nutmeg and Ginger and Dark Amber and Ginger lily in Winter.In Summer Wild Bluebell and French Lime Blossom.

WeSailTonightForSingapore Mon 19-Sep-16 22:41:03

Wood sage & sea salt for me too Beast, high five!

And Oud and Bergamont for winter.

I got rose and oud as a gift, it can be very overpowering at first but it settles into a really intoxicating, dark scent. You need v. Little.

CauliflowerSqueeze Mon 19-Sep-16 22:42:46

Pomegranate noir

FlamingoFling Mon 19-Sep-16 22:43:09

I really like both Dark Amber and ginger lily and Oud rose but neither have any longevity sad

agapanthii Mon 19-Sep-16 23:37:05

Wild Bluebell . I often get compliments on it.

Mimosa & Cardamom or English Pear and Freesia.

doorhandle Tue 20-Sep-16 08:34:01

Thank you!
Now have to figure out what they are called on perfume parlour with their weird way of renaming them confused grin

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