Contemporary British Floral: My Burberry Fragrance

11 Feb

My Burberry

As a Valentine’s Day gift, you can’t go wrong with a designer eau de parfum.

One of my faves is My Burberry, a fragrance designed to capture the scent of a London garden after the rain.

If you haven’t traveled to London, imagine a contemporary floral scent with a delicate heart of rose and a light touch of geranium.

For fashion fans, the posh bottle is also a keeper. The bottle is inspired by the Burberry trench coat and its deep heritage of British design and craftsmanship. It features a bow made of cotton gabardine used in classic Burberry trench coats and a tortoise shell-colored cap.

Here are the notes of this every day fragrance:

  • Top Notes: Sweet pea and bergamot oil. The oil is sourced from Calabria in Italy and extracted from the fresh rind by cold expression.
  • Heart notes: Golden quince and freesia with a dash of geranium oil. The oil is sourced from Morocco and Egypt, extracted from the plant by steam distillation.
  • Base notes: Rose absolute and patchouli oil. The oil is sourced from Malaysia and Indonesia and obtained by steam distillation.

TIP: To make your fragrance last, apply unscented lip or body balm on pulse points then mist your fragrance on the points.


6 Responses to “Contemporary British Floral: My Burberry Fragrance”

  1. Yvonne 14/02/2016 at 3:37 pm #

    Great tip on applying unscented palm before putting on perfume!



  2. Carrie's Beauty Pouch 12/02/2016 at 9:33 pm #

    Hi, just nominated you to my Creative & Versatile blogger award! 😀 Let me know of your answers by posting your link in my comments! Hope to see your answers soon. By the way, love the post! ❤


  3. Glamorous_Etoiles 11/02/2016 at 9:08 pm #

    love burberry’s scents ❤


  4. jessguarnieri 11/02/2016 at 7:23 pm #

    Absolutely love all of Burberry’s scents!


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