REVIEW: Viktor & Rolf Flowerbomb Perfume

DSC08184Ladies and gents, I have found my new favorite perfume. It is Flowerbomb by Viktor & Rolf. Now this is by no means a new product. This has been on the market since 2004 so I don’t know why the heck it took me so long to finally own a bottle. Nonetheless, I’m obsessed. This is the perfect scent for daytime and nighttime and I’ve basically been wearing it practically everyday.

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The notes in this perfume are Sambac Jasmine, Centifolia Rose, Cattleya Orchid, Ballerina Freesia, and Patchouli. So as you can see there is a lot of flowers in the scent. Something about it almost smells a bit fruity and musky to me which is probably why I like it since I usually don’t like floral scents.

I got the small size of the perfume (which I think will last a really long time) but the packaging of the full size bottle (seen here) is freaking adorable. Their train of thought in the designing the perfume was probably like “Hmm flower-bomb.. okay let’s make the bottle look like a grenade”. Genius! Here are the prices of each of the sizes:

  • .33oz Rollerball- $29
  • .68oz Spray- $50 (what I got)
  • 1oz Spray- $80
  • 1.7oz Spray- $115
  • 3.4oz Spray- $165
  • 5oz Spray- $215 (who needs this much perfume?!)

I hope you give this perfume a whiff the next time you’re in a Sephora store! Let me know your current favorite perfume in the comments below!

P.S. Trying to shoot pictures on a crepe myrtle (my favorite tree) is fairly difficult. Lol The branches are so weak and could barely hold up the perfume.

❤ Emily

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