The Three Chanel Unisex Perfumes That Totally Make a Winner Holiday Gift
Chanel NO. 5 Perfume has been an iconic fragrance over decades. It’s floral and bold. I typically do not prefer a floral scent but glad I tried these three eau de toilettes called Les Eaux de Chanel from Chanel’s unisex perfume line. Each scent is named after a destination so important to Coco Chanel's life: Venice, Biarritz, and the beach town called Deauville where she opened her very first boutique in 1913. The three scents are light, citrusy and designed in a minimalist bottle inspired by a flask, with fresh notes more commonly found in cologne. Holiday season is just around the corner, and these three gorgeous Chanel scent will make a classy gift for both women and men. If the perfume is a little pricy for you, all the three scents come with hair/shower gel and body lotion that cost $50 per bottle. They also make a decent holiday gift.
Of the three scents, Venise has the most traditional feminine scent; fresh, with orange flower neroli. You feel awaken with its freshness like the sound of a rushing waterfall.
My personal favorite is Biarritz where Chanel herself cut off all her hair and opened her first Couture house. It’s the freshest of all three. It’s sporty and fresh and I feel energize the second it touches my skin. Just picture Coco Chanel walking on the shore of Biarritz where she got all her creative juices.
Deauville is a city close to Paris and a perfect countryside place for weekend trips. It smells aromatic and woody with a distinguish patchouli scent and a touch of jasmine. It vibrates on the skin with remarkable sophistication. Imagine you sitting next to the fireplace and listening to the sound of log burning.
So would you be open to try one of these amazing scents for yourself or your loved ones? The fragrance you choose for someone tells them what they mean to you and how you see them. It is such a nice personal touch. Especially Chanel perfume screams for class and luxury.
(This post contains sponsored products from Chanel, all opinions however, are entirely my own.)