There are some fragrances which become our signature: effortless, captivating, murmuring elegance and the sort of modern sparseness that doesn’t need too much adornment. Pure White Linen is truly what it is advertised to be: a scent to live in all year long, presented in a frosted glass bottle with a serene feel. A surprise of red tulips and rosebloom, snow-white flowers, and sparkling raspberry, Pure White Linen is a modern interpretation of a Lauder classic. Its dry and soapy lily of the valley accord gives a feeling of purity, of just opening buds, of the cool breeze, of immaculate white clothes and expensive platinum jewels; it speaks of old money, sailing aboard a wooden craft on a bright spring day and vacationing in the Hamptons. Its best-selling status ever since its introduction in 2006 speaks in spades.
Fragrance Notes:Citrus, Iced Rose Tea, Raspberry, Pear, Apple, White Freesia,Ginger, Cardamom, Red Tulips, Jasmine, Rose Absolute, Iris, Honeysuckle, Gardenia, Osmanthus, White Cedarwood, Patchouli, Heliotropine
Fragrance Style: Daytime wear
How to Use?
Apply perfume to bare skin – do not apply to clothing. To get the long-lasting effects fragrance should be applied to the body’s pulse points. Spray or dab a little perfume either on your wrist, behind the ear, throat, crease of your arm, between breasts and behind the knee. Pulse points give off more body heat as this is where blood vessels are closest to the skin, therefore continually warming and releasing your fragrance. Layering with the corresponding bath or shower gel and lotion, also is another good practice to help your fragrance last longer. Don’t rub your wrists together after you have applied perfume—it breaks down the scent.