The fragrances above are the latest offerings from Korres. I love perfumes and have a quite a collection, so I couldn't wait to try them out.
The Korres perfume packaging is something I really like. They open up like so and gives bit of background on each ingredient.
What usually attracts me to some perfumes are the glitzy bottle (Yes I'm a bit of a magpie when it comes to all things shiny). Korres Vanilla/Freesia/Lychee has a simple bottle which I do like as it lets the fragrance itself do the talking in a way. At first I wasn't too sure if I particularly liked this fragrance as it didn't have a scent I would usually go for. After a while it warmed on me a little, Korres Vanilla/Freesia/Lychee actually reminds me of a light Viktor & Rolf Flowerbomb (Let me know if you agree). Being alot more affordable than Flowerbomb I'd recommend it to people that like that scent. All in all this is a fragance I could see myself wearing, maybe not everyday but for special occasions.
A fragrance for men, I let my little brother Gerard try this. Here's what he had to say...
I'd never heard of the brand Korres before trying this. Being a typical bloke I use aftershave on a regular basis. Having a warm woody scent this is something I would go for. I could see people my age (18) and up wearing this. I also find the packaging unusual and wouldn't be something I'd see alot of as it's plain. After trying this aftershave I would like to see what the rest of Korres man's range has to offer.
At the end of the day I believe fragrance preference is a very personal thing. What scent I like may not necessarily suit other people so if you like the look of these I'd advise you to go and try them out.
Korres Vetiver Root/Green Tea/Cedarwood & Vanilla/Freesia/Lychee 50ml Eau De Toilette retail for €29 (£24) and are available to buy online and in House Of Fraser.
What do you think of the latest Korres fragrances??
I was sent this product by the Korres PR Team to try out but all thoughts and views on the product are my own<3