Rosie For Autograph Perfume

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I love wearing perfume but they can often be so expensive! One of my all time favourite is Viktor and Rolf Flower Bomb but at £50 – £70 a bottle, I become very reluctant to keep wearing on a daily bases especially if I am going just going to work. I therefore then began a hunt a for high-street fragrance which I could wear on a day-to-day bases during the week.

When testing a lot of the lower priced perfumes on the market, I found a lot of them smelt…well cheap! Either far too musky, way too sweet, or smelt like something I wore back at school. I was then in Mark & Spencers looking for underwear (as you do!) and came across Rosie For Autograph perfume.

Rosie Hunington-Whiteley is currently the face of Mark & Spencers underwear range (and may I add it’s gorgeous!!) and this is her first fragrance she has released in partnership with M&S. I’m pretty late to game on this one as it was first released back in Jan 2015, but it smells really nice. I’m useless at describing scents, so after so researching I found the notes have been described as – (by Fragrantica)

Top notes – Pepper, Lemon and Green leaves
Middle notes – Rose, Jasmine and Magnoila
Base notes – Sandalwood, Vanilla and Musk

It’s defiantly lovely and floral but not to over-powering, so it’s perfect for a day perfume. The more I wear it, the more it reminds me of Chole perfume, so if you like this it might be worth checking out Rosie For Autograph.

And price wise, it’s only £14! I actually even picked this up when M&S was holding a 20% off offer so I only payed £11.20…bargain! It now means I am not afraid of my perfume running out and I’m happy to also carry it around in my handbag without fear of losing it or sharing it – because you know once you spray perfume whilst you are out and about, your friend will also want a cheeky spritz too!

Have you tried Rosie For Autograph yet? Do you have any recommended high-street scents?

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