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The Taylor Swift Wonderstruck Eau de Parfum is available for GBP 22.00.
The Eau de Parfum is described as follows. "Wonderstruck is a charming and sparkling surprise of vibrant fruits, kissed by a bouquet of soft petals and a touch of sweet indulgence."
The scent is not only warm, it is also very difficult and feminine. But He brings a playful touch with into it, so that "Wonder Struck" not as 'serious' works like many other very trimmed on female and sometimes erotic scents. I think that here contributes especially the vanilla combined with sandalwood and musk to the seriousness of the fragrance and also the subjective perception of the enormous heat and sweetness. Of the more fruity components like raspberry and Hibiscus I can not smell anything, but in the end it's always the composition that suits. And it does here. The smell is in my opinion, especially for going in the evening, just as he also looks quite elegant. However, I wear also like him even during the day in the office. But he is of course not entirely inappropriate, but best fit yet to appropriate ambience. Since this is so is an Eau de Parfum, I proceeded with the purchase of course assumes that the fragrance keeps very long on the skin, without that you have big or then spray often. While I grab the daily perfume always with one, but am happy if I just do not have to then spray. Now, in the present small round purple bottle, it is a little odd. Some days I have the impression that I would have to spray Forgot actually early morning after showering. I spray during the day after and always still feel nothing in me. But then there are days when the normal amount used by me in the morning actually extends throughout the day. However, I had sometime established the bold assumption that it is because of what fabric is my clothes. No kidding - yes, I spray perfume like times against all recommendation on the clothes. I can smell the fragrance throughout the day. Is more synthetic or cotton, the fragrance is directly away. But at least I can post with great certainty that the perfume is very well tolerated by the skin.
As far as celebrity perfumes go, i'm usually a little bit skeptical about the quality of the product. There seems to be this assumption that it's something hastily put together, and only really making money of the connection to the artist name.
However, while this may be true with a lot of perfumes made by celebrities, this does not seem to be the case with this perfume. I have to say, 'Wonderstruck' by Taylor Swift pleasantly surprised me. I first became aware of the perfume, when I received a free sample in a magazine, and on a rush to go out I decided to use it and see what I thought. It turns out, I loved the smell.
It's a sweet smell, but not too obvious or over powering, something that you definitely so not want in a perfume. It's great for everyday wear, as it's simple and therefore great as a casual perfume to wear.
Once I had run out of my free sample, it wasn't exactly a hard decision to go out and buy myself the real thing. It's a very reasonable price, with nice packaging which I think looks great on the shelf.
Overall, as far as perfumes go, this is a nice treat, and certainly stands out from the never ending line of celebrity perfumes. It's a rare perfume that gives you quality at a good price. Plus with the extra benefit of being a great gift for any fans, teens or adults, who love Taylor Swift.
As a big Taylor Swift fan I was both excited and nervous when I saw that she had released a perfume. Could it live up to how amazing she is in all other aspects of her career? I am happy to say, yes, yes she can. This is a very versatile perfume that can be worn both day to day and at night.
At only £15 for a 30ml bottle, it's very good value for money for a perfume that seems much better quality than a lot of celebrity perfumes. It comes in a lovely purple bottle with a glittery shine to it and a gold cap. The one that I bought came with a miniature version for your handbag (which is extremely handy and good for travelling) and a moisturiser.
The main scents to me are vanilla and sandalwood, two of my favourite perfume smells. It certainly has quite a sweet overall feel to it, without being overpowering or sickly sweet. The perfume is just strong enough that you only need a few sprays and the smell lasts really well throughout the day.
I love the name of the perfume 'Wonderstruck' as it is a lyric from one of her songs 'Enchanted' - which I love. It just connects Taylor Swift's music to her other projects beautifully and has you singer her catchy song all day! Overall, I am a big fan of Taylor Swift's first perfume and, if all her other ones are as good as this, I am highly looking forward to her other ones.
This was bought for me as a Christmas gift and I LOVE it! I am a huge Taylor Swift fan anyway but when it comes to perfumes, I am particular about which fragrances I like. This one, however, blew me away. It has a mix of all different kinds of smells such as peach, vanilla, honeysuckle and white hibiscus.
When opening this present, I was pleasantly surprised with the boxing. I think it's so beautiful! The bottle is just as nice. Mine came with a few charms around the neck of the bottle and they are so cute. From the first smell I adored this perfume and wore it everyday until I ran out. (Which was a while after - you only need two sprays and it lasts you all day. And, you can still smell it on coats and jackets if they haven't been washed.) I immediately bought another as I missed the smell so much. If you're looking for a gift or a new fragrance for yourself, I seriously recommend this one as it's so good.
Top: Freesia, apple blossom and raspberry spark a swirl of vibrancy and feminine allure.
Middle: Vanilla, sun drenched honeysuckle and white hibiscus.
Base: Golden amber and sandalwood with a kiss of lush peach.
Wonderstruck is a perfume by Taylor Swift. It can be purchased in 30ml, 50ml and 100ml bottles. It can be bought either as an individual bottle or as part of a gift set. I bought an individual 30ml bottle from Boots and I received a free handbag with the perfume. The perfume is around £15 to buy in the shops for the 30ml bottle. The bottle is purple with a gold coloured lid. This perfume is feminine and sophisticated. It's a lot less sweet compared to many other celebrity perfumes on the market. It seems like Taylor has aimed for a wider audience with this fragrance and it has paid off.
I would say this perfume can be used during the day and it is also suitable for evening wear. It is described as an evening scent but I wouldn't say it's too heavy for daytime use either. The top notes are raspberry, dewberry, green tea, freesia and apple blossom. These notes give the perfume an initial fresh scent with a subtle hint of sweetness, however I would say it's more floral than sweet. The perfume settles well and lasts well on the skin. The heart (middle) notes of the perfume are sweet vanilla along with sun-drenched honeysuckle and white hibiscus.
The base notes of the perfume are golden amber, musk, sandalwood and peach. The perfume transforms into more of a sexy musky scent after a couple of hours. The sandalwood is easily detectable, which is good as it smells really nice. The perfume is quite strong and concentrated so you can easily get away with just a couple of sprays per application. It lasts well on my skin and smells lovely throughout the day. I've even sprayed it onto my hair before as a refresher!
This is a good debut scent from Taylor Swift. It's a well designed perfume with a good mix of notes that compliment each other very well. It would cater for women of all ages as it is rather a versatile scent. The bottle is durable and easy to grasp in the hand.
Overall this is just a really nice scent.
ABOUT THE PERFUME: Wonderstruck is a charming and sparkling surprise of vibrant fruits, kissed by a bouquet of soft petals and a touch of sweet indulgence. I prefer fruity scents to floral ones so this perfume sounded perfect. The main scents within the perfume are the flawless beauty of freesia; apple blossom and raspberry spark which gives it a swirl of vibrancy and feminine allure. In the heart of the perfume is the sweet surprise if vanilla which is embellished by airy, sun drenched honeysuckle and white hibiscus. You can also smell notes of golden amber and sandalwood which are woven in with a kiss of lush peach. The perfume comes in a square box which seems quite colourful when comparing it to other perfume''s I have got on my shelf. PRICE/AVAILABILITY: I purchased the bottle of perfume from one of my mail order catalogues so I can''t remember exactly how much I paid for the 30ml bottle; although it wasn''t any more than 20.00 pounds. THE PERFUME: When you spray the perfume it smells quite sweet at first; how-ever this seems to disperse very quickly and the scent then lightens into a much lighter fragrance. The scent I think smells very fruit mid-way through the perfume but unfortunately this doesn''t last very long. I could definitely make out the fruity scents such as the apple blossom and the raspberry spark. The sweet scent of the honeysuckle is definitely noticeable and you can smell a slight floral scent as well which smells nice amongst the light fruit scent. Thankfully the floral scents aren''t too strong and I think the perfume smells fruity rather than anything else. Once the perfume has settled down a little the smell of the sweet vanilla becomes quite obvious; although this surprisingly doesn''t smell too sweet and goes lovely with the fruity scents. I could smell the lush peach scent as well which smelt gorgeous entwined with the vanilla scent. Every now and again, during the day I would get occasional wafts from the perfume. I found that the scent does seem to fade very quickly and although I spritzed this a few times in the morning by the afternoon I could no longer smell the perfume which was a bit disappointing as I thought the scent was gorgeous. Although this scent is quite fruity I think it can be used all year round and not just during the summer. As the scent of the perfume doesn''t last very long I would probably use it for day and night as it doesn''t smell too strong for the day.
I recently bought this perfume with a Boots giftcard. It was pretty cheap - it was on offer so the 30ml was only about £12.
I wasn't sure about buying a pop star's perfume, even though I quite like Taylor Swift. I generally stay away from products like that but I was attracted to this by the pretty box and bottle. The bottle has a lovely shimmery quality that the photos don't really show well.
I was really pleasantly surprised when I smelled the perfume, I had expected it to it be way too sweet and girly. It was nothing like that - not tacky or teenagery at all. The scent is a bit fruity, light but rich enough to give a lasting impression.
The perfume lasts throughout the day, I'd say about 8 hours. I use this as an every day perfume as it's not so expensive that I feel I have to 'save' it for special occasions but nor is it cheap and body-spray like.
The large bottle comes with a little metal charm which was cute but the 30ml doesn't have it which was a bit disappointing.
I'd recommend this for teenagers who want something a bit classier than a lot of the pop star perfumes and for people in their twenties who aren't bothered about star endorsements but want a nice everyday perfume.
I am a huge fan of perfumes and so whenever it is my birthday or Christmas, my friends and family always buy me perfume as they know that I like to try out different ones. At present I have over 20 different bottles on my dressing table, one of which is this one. Wonderstruck is a perfume from American Pop Star Taylor Swift. The perfume comes in a lovely purple bottle with a gold lid. It's definitely very unique and is quite charming and so I am pleased to display it on my dressing table.
Top Notes: Freesia, Tea, Blackberry, Raspberry & Apple Blossom
Middle Notes: Vanilla, Honeysuckle & Hibiscus
Bottom Notes: Musk, Sandalwood, Amber & Peach
When I first spray the perfume, I can instantly identify the vanilla and raspberry which is quite pleasant. The perfume does contain peach too but couldn't really smell that, but in a way I think that's a good thing as I could imagine that it would be too sweet if the peach note was any stronger as the perfume is sweet enough as it is in my opinion. It is a very 'fresh' and 'clean' scent. There is something quite flirty and romantic about this scent, so it definitely puts you in a happy mood.
I was expecting this perfume to be very teenager-y in a 'cheap body spray' kind of way, but I have to say that it is more mature than I expected it to be and so I would probably recommend it for those in their twenties too. The perfume is quite light and so I would say that it is best for daytime wear.
The only downside of this perfume is that the lasting power isn't that great. It wears off within a couple of hours which is a shame as it means that you have to keep reapplying it every couple of hours.
I would recommend this perfume.
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Taylor Swift 'Wonderstruck' eau de Parfum
I am very enthusiastic about my freebies and samples and am forever filling in forms to get freebies. It is so exciting when I get them in the mail and I do get to try so many things that I otherwise would never have heard of or tried so it does the job for the company too as often I am then tempted to go out and buy the full sized product after trying it.
This was one of my many perfume samples that I received through the mail. I have to say I wasn't expecting much as so many of these young pop stars feel the need to add their name to perfumes and create their own 'brand' and they are usually pleasant but often pretty forgettable in my view.
My sample came in a cardboard folded 'book' with a small 1.5ml spray bottle of the perfume inside so it was enough for a two or three good uses. I love these little sample bottles as they are perfect for when we travel as I can put a few in my suitcase and a couple in my bag (the airport security doesn't seem to pick them up) and it means I get to smell nice and once the little sample is finished I throw away the bottle and as we come home I have none left so have plenty of room for buying things when we are away ( fat chance as my husband doesn't do shops).
'Who is Taylor Swift ?'I asked as I opened my sample and husband had no idea, step son said some girl singer from the USA - not his scene. So I had to find out for myself. She is a pretty young blonde singer song writer who achieved 'fame' in 2006, she appears to be more country style as she has been honored in the Nashville Hall of fame and has sold an astounding 26 million albums!!
Her perfume 'Wonderstruck' was created as something she had always wanted to do since a young teen.
"It's a line from my song 'Enchanted,' and the line says, 'I'm wonderstruck, blushing all the way home. I've always loved that line and that phrase, 'wonderstruck.' You don't hear it very often. So I just felt like if I ever got the chance to make a fragrance, which I've dreamed of doing since I was about 14 years old ... Ever since I wrote that song, I thought that would be the title. And I'd want to create a fragrance that smelled the way that word feels."
Needless to say Taylor swift was not actually the creator the perfume was launched in cooperation with the Elizabeth Arden and the actual scent created by Olivier Gillotin of Givaudan.
This is a fairly plain looking purple coloured rounded bottle with a gold lid. Around the lid is a chain with a few charms which does look a bit young teenager in my view and as such it probably would not have been attracted to buy myself as I am a touch older than the age I feel this is aimed towards.
The bottle reminds me of Britney Spears and other teen aimed scents with a simple rounded shape and the rather bling like charms which look like ones you might buy a child to wear for dressing up. I think it would appeal to young teens because of this. Strangely the 'book' cover my sample came in is quite classy with gold highlights and a deep and blue design a bit like wall paper. I think the cardboard cover is similar in design to the box the bottle comes in.
Top notes: Raspberry, dewberry, green tea, freesia, apple blossom,
Middle notes: vanilla, honeysuckle, white hibiscus,
Base notes: amber, musk and sandalwood. And peach
I used to absolutely love Body Shop's Dewberry fragrance and this does have a very fruity initial blast with both raspberry and dewberry and it does remind me a bit of the old Bodyshop scent at first. The fruity scent stays as the peachiness comes in strongly as well despite being listed as a base note.
I am a huge fan of the creaminess of vanilla and in this it brings a creamy quality to the fruitiness. The hibiscus listed I can't detect but hibiscus doesn't smell, or at least all those I have ever grown have never smelled of much really.
The green tea note is also not easily detectable as the fruity sweet notes develop with the base notes on amber and sandalwood and musk to just become deeper, warmer and more creamy fruity sweet scents. To me it is a fruity sweet rather young although quite uplifting and pleasant sort of scent. It isn't offensive yet is also not one that I will be rushing to but as it is a young smell. I think it must be the tea note that lifts it above sickly and cloying as it could become that very easily. This is definitely in the fruity and youthful and feminine group of perfumes.
It was happy enough to wear it for the few days my sample lasted and did quite like the fragrance but not enough to make me want to buy a larger bottle. This is a young and very feminine scent make no mistake. It will not appeal to those who favour more masculine smells. I find it quite light and refreshing though and one that suits summery sort of weather. I found it lasted well on me a good few hours on my skin and longer on my clothes as I could still detect it the next day on my top.
Looking around on line I find that prices vary as always but the price seem to be around 30ml costing £20 ,50ml for £29 and if you are really keen then 100ml will set you back about £38 . This is not too expensive and possibly because it is aimed at a younger market or maybe because it has rather more synthetic ingredients as these tend to be cheaper.
This is a pleasant enough light fruity scent that I would be perfectly happy to wear during the day when out and about. I don't think it is one I would choose for a special night out. It is the kind of perfume I like to use on the plane as it is quite strong enough to stay with me and yet light enough not to be sickly. I hate smelling of plane so do always have some perfume with me to try and counter the plane smell and this one is the kind that works well. I usually lather myself from the Duty free and then take some samples with me to spray on after a few hours to freshen up.
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~*~ Awkward! ~*~
Opening this on Christmas Day and having to pretend that I loved it and was really grateful must of been one of the most awkward things ever! I'm not a fan of Taylor Swift at all so why my Uncle decided to buy me it is a bit of a mystery - it must of been on offer or something!
~*~ Price ~*~
I received this as a Christmas gift so I am unsure how much my bottle of it was, however after having a quick look online I can see that a 30ml bottle (the size that I have) retails at around £20.00, which for a popular celebrity perfume is a reasonable price in my opinion.
~*~ The Bottle ~*~
In my opinion, the bottle is a bit of a Britney Spears Fantasy clone, as it's the same shape and very similar in design minus the gemstones - this is just a plain purple glass bottle with the perfume name written on the front in golden writing and Taylor Swift's name written underneath it in handwriting style font.
The bottle has a chain around the lid, which is quite tacky looking in my opinion. The chain is golden and it has several charms attached to it including a bird and a bird cage. The lid itself is also golden and it has a raised pattern on it. I personally don't like the design of the bottle, at 21 i think it is a bit childish and it reminds me a bit of the Disney princess perfume bottles. I think a younger girl would really like it, although my mum said that she thought the bottle was pretty so some people might love it and some might hate it.
~*~ The Smell & My Opinion ~*~
I was expecting this perfume to smell very sweet and girly, almost overpoweringly so. I also thought that it would be a very young fragrance as well as generic. However, I was pleasantly surprised upon having a sniff - its actually really nice and not at all candy-like or overly sweet. It's not the most unique of perfumes, but the fragrance is nice. It's a fruity sort of smell with lots of different scents crammed into it - the fresh, summery smelling raspberry is the most prominent fragrance and the vanilla tones add some extra sweetness while the base notes of sandalwood and amber add a slightly more mature and warm edge, preventing it from smelling too sweet.
There's also a slight hint of musk and peach, and I think that the scent is well balanced. I was surprised that this doesn't smell too young - I was expecting it to be best suited to say a typical twelve year olds taste in perfume (strong and sweet) but I think it has a nice mix of young and mature and it would suit a woman of any age. I actually got complimented on this today by one of my mums friends who must be around fifty and she said that she thought it smelt gorgeous.
Although I do like the smell, it's nothing special and it doesn't really stand out from any of the other celeb perfumes available. Considering that Taylor describes this perfume as being full of her favourite scents and memories, there isn't any fragrance that stands out as being unusual or unique. I'm glad that the vanilla isn't too strong though as I have found that a lot of celeb perfumes are really vanillary which I'm not keen on at all. As for the lasting power, it's pretty good - I can usually still detect it after wearing it all day and it lingers subtly on clothing.
~*~ Overall ~*~
I'm quite impressed with this perfume as it doesn't smell like I expected it would. It's a nice, versatile fragrance but nothing special. It is affordable and I do like it but the tacky bottle design lets it down so I've knocked one star off.
Four our of five stars.
"It's a line from my song 'Enchanted (...) I'm wonderstruck, blushing all the way home. I've always loved that line and that phrase, 'wonderstruck.' You don't hear it very often. So I just felt like if I ever got the chance to make a fragrance, which I've dreamed of doing since I was about 14 years old ... Ever since I wrote that song, I thought that would be the title. And I'd want to create a fragrance that smelled the way that word feels." Taylor Swift
I've bought this eau de parfum a few months ago, and I really like it for daywear. I can really scent the berry notes, it's not overpowering and it lasts reasonably on my skin. The only negative point that I can think about it, is the cheap packaging.
I've Got it in The Perfume Shop, and I got a free weekend bag with it (I love a good freebie).
Taylor Swift's Wonderstruck is a fragrance I have in the form of a small sample vial. I actually got this by sending away for it online (offer sadly expired I believe) but although I enjoy sampling different perfumes, I didn't expect much from this, just because of the celebrity link. I know that's very judgemental of me, but generally speaking celebrity perfumes don't appeal to me - although I have found some nice ones in the form of Katy Perry's Purr and the original Kate Moss scent. Another reservation was that Taylor Swift's target audience I would assume is teenagers and I'm in my late twenties, so I hoped this wouldn't be too young for me.
I'll touch quickly on the bottle, as I think rightly or wrongly the bottle is quite an important factor in choosing a perfume (I'm shallow!). The bottle is purple in colour with a gold coloured embossed lid and a sort of charm bracelet effect draped around the neck. It's not really my sort of thing - I like something a bit more elegant and I would never have chosen this had I seen the bottle before smelling the perfume.
The top notes of the scent are freesia, tea, raspberry, blackberry and apple blossom. I was surprised to read that it's raspberry, not strawberry which is what I thought I could smell. I was also surprised to read tea, but having just re-applied the fragrance as a reminder to myself for the purposes of this review, I can definitely smell the tea in there which gives a slightly deeper, muskier edge and takes away any sharpness from the fruit.
Middle notes are vanilla, hibiscus and honeysuckle. I think the vanilla is the strongest with perhaps a hint of the honeysuckle coming through. The florals aren't strong here, the fruity scents are the dominant ones with the floral/sweet heart notes just adding a sort of background depth.
The base notes are peach, amber, sandalwood and musk. I can detect peach and I think sandalwood, but these are quite subtle and I think the scent retains its fruitiness until the end.
The staying power of this fragrance is very good. I applied it this morning at 5am before going to work and I'm typing this at 6pm and I could still smell it on my skin before I topped it up, just 10 minutes or so ago. I only have a small vial of this, but it has lasted me ages so far as only a dab of the scent on my wrist is needed per use, and I find that's strong enough for me.
I'd say that this scent is suitable for all ages from teens to older women looking for something light and fruity. I usually tend to save fruity fragrances for the summer, but this is so nice I'd happily wear it all year round! That said, I do think it's a day time fragrance, I personally wouldn't wear it on a night out. Also, it very much reminds me of the Soap and Glory products, so if you like some of their original products like the Righteous Butter, Clean on Me or Calm One Calm All, then I would recommend this perfume to you.
Having just looked this perfume up online I have found the following prices, but as with all fragrances, prices will vary depending on where you shop.
30ml - £18.46 - Cheapsmells.com
50ml - £25.91 - Amazon.co.uk
100ml - £30.94 - Cheapsmells.com
Overall, I really don't think I could recommend this highly enough. It has to be said I'm not the biggest fan of the bottle and I was a little bit embarrassed to admit this was Taylor Swift when one of my colleagues asked what my perfume was this morning! That aside, it's a beautiful fragrance - light, fruity, innocent, uplifting and sweet and I have a very strong feeling that the full sized version will be making its way onto my dressing table soon!
I'm going to be honest and say that I really don't like any perfumes that are made by these "teen stars." I think that they don't take it seriously, because they know that they have a lot of fans that are willing to buy their perfume whether or not it smells good. So, at first I just kind of shrugged at Wonderstuck without really giving it a try.
After a while I noticed that everyone was buying this perfume. Weather they were 15 or 25. So, I thought to myself I should really smell it for myself and see what the hype is all about. When I went to the Macy's counter and sniffed it, you can imagine my shock when actually I was amazed. It had a sweet, floral, kind of girly smell to it. What really shocked me about this perfume though was that it didn't smell like a 14 year old's room. It felt appropriate for adults in their early 20's also.
Whats really great about this product its the price. It doesn't cost you over a $100 to buy. I only bought this perfume for about $50, and its definitely worth that price. It's not to overbearing, but it does have this fresh smell that's perfect for everyday use. Another plus to this perfume is that it lasts all day!
One of the things that really bothered me about this product was the cheesy packaging. I know that Taylor Swift is all glitter and unicorns, but its really not my thing. If she had a bit more sophisticated packaging and bottle then I'd probably be head over heels over this perfume.
~*~*~ Taylor Swift - Wonderstruck ~*~*~
~*~*~ What is it? ~*~*~
Wonderstruck is another celebrity endorsed fragrance, I really love the name and the bottle too is very pretty. It was released in 2011. The fragrance got it's name from the song Enchanted which of course is one of Taylor Swifts songs.
~*~*~ The Bottle ~*~*~
When it comes to perfumes I am all about the bottle! I initially choose a perfume by the bottle and sometimes this does not work out to be a great choice! Other times the fragrance is as good as the bottle and this is one of those times sort of! The bottle is really spectacular to look at, it is an enchanting pearly purple colour with golden writing and a golden lid and neck, around the bottle is a charming little charm set of a bursting star, a dove and a bird cage, it really is very pretty to look at and looks good on my dressing table. The bottle really is very pretty.
~*~*~ The Price ~*~*~
This is available online and also at Boots and Superdrug.
Superdrugs prices are -
30ml - £18.99
50ml - £27.99
100ml - £29.59
I do feel that this is a bit on the expensive side for a celeb endorsed fragrance but the bottle makes the price worth it! The scent is good too, but as you can tell I am rather taken with the beauty of the bottle!
~*~*~ The Scent ~*~*~
The initial hit I got was a raspberry fruity hit, followed by a vanilla scent mingled with a nice aroma of peaches. I do like this scent.
The notes of this scent are ~
Top Notes - Apple Blossom, Raspberry, Blackberry, Tea, Freesia.
Middle Notes - Vanilla, Hibiscus, Honeysuckle.
Base Notes - Musk, Peach, Amber, Sandalwood.
So as you can see from the scents above this is a warm fruity scent. It is strange that the peach is so apparant to me as this is a base note and should therefore come through in the dry down at the end, yet after the initial berry hit I do get a soft vanilla yet peachy scent coming through, it may just be the way it wears on me, however I do like this scent and I like how it lasts.
~*~*~ Overall ~*~*~
As you can already tell, I am a fan of this fragrance. I love the scent and how they all mingle in a delicious way that I feel really suit me, what I don't like so much is that it doesn't seem to have a very good staying power, within three hours or so of wearing it, I can detect very little of the scent and feel the need for a re-spray. However it does last longer if I spritz it over my clothing, but I don't feel then that the scent reacts in the same way, it smells more floral and creamier that way, but it is still really good.
I would recommend it for the beauty of the bottle alone but the scent is good too.
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Wonderstruck is the first fragrance from Taylor Swift and the fragrance composition is described as a charming gourmand - floral with sparkling fruity tones on a wooden background. The top notes are raspberry, dewberry, green tea, freesia and apple blossom, with the heart featuring sweet vanilla along with sun-drenched honeysuckle and white hibiscus, while notes of golden amber, musk, sandalwood and peach are in the base.