Fragrance Haiku: Chloe Nomade EDP

A lush garden walk

Cold air and mossy, wet woods

Look, sweet Mirabelles!

Clean, fresh Mirabelles!

Aquatic, musky, sunny

Hanging, swaying, see?

Lather in the breeze

Soapy on the sun-bathed trees

Quick, grab the basket!

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My thoughts on Chloe Nomade

Hello, this is the first time I’ve made a haiku to describe how I perceive perfumes, what do you think?

Chloe Nomade EDP used to be my daytime all-around scent and I finished bottles and bottles of samplers only though. It contains notes of Mirabelle, Oakmoss and Freesia, with the freesia being fresh and watery.

I actually have never tasted Mirabelles, I don’t think we have that here in the Philippines, I’m not sure. To me this smells like sweet, juicy citruses in the woods with lovely flowers. It is bright, fresh and yes, watery in the sense with some clean muskiness. It is soapy too, and I can imagine expensive body washes having a slight similarity.

I don’t use this anymore though because I grew tired of the smell. I don’t know why. It’s good, but lacking in character for me. It is not boring by any means you should definitely try it! It’s just that I simply prefer spicy, balsamic ones.

Have you tried Chloe Nomade? What is your summer perfume? Share with us in the comments! Lovelots.

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