REVIEW: Bath & Body Works’ New Scent Country Chic

I was so excited to spend my Bath & Body Works gift card yesterday and while I was at the store, I decided to try their new scent called Country Chic! I absolutely love it and recommend it to all of you! When the lady saw me try it in the store she told me that it was basically a light Spring scent. On the website, Country Chic is described as being “an effortlessly sexy blend of sparkling lemon, bright wildflowers, and spring woods inspired by the fresh air and natural beauty of America’s countryside.” I think this is a pretty accurate description; the smell does remind me a lot of the country side because I feel like there is a lot of honey suckle in it. It changes a lot when it is on your skin though and I think you can tell what its changing notes are. Initially it smells like it has a bit of a citrus to it but then it settles to a calmer woodsier scent. May I also add that I think the packaging of the products is adorable!!
I almost think that this scent is very similar to the original Juicy Couture Eau de Parfum so yay for a cheap dupe! The Juicy Couture perfume in a 1.7 oz bottle costs $64.19 whereas the Bath & Body Works 8 fl oz Fragrance Mist costs $12. You would have to spray a lot of the Bath & Body Works fragrance mist to make it as strong as the Juicy Couture perfume though because the scent is light after a while and fades a bit.
All in all, I love this scent and truly do think it is perfect for Spring! I kind of want to go back and buy the Shea Cashmere Hand Cream in this scent when it comes out! Country Chic is still relatively new so for a limited short time, the 2 oz body lotion costs $1 and the 3 fl oz body mist costs $2! I have absolutely no idea when this offer ends so go get it now! lol
❤ Emily

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