I'm not sure if it's common knowledge, but here in Australia perfume is pretty pricey (and by pretty pricey, I actually mean really pricey). So, when I found out that Priceline was having a two day perfume sale, and that ALL perfume was going to be 40% off, I screamed. Then presently planned my ambush on the nearby store.
I've been a marginally huge fan of Marc Jacobs perfumes since Dot first caught my eye back in 2012. I had managed to snag an 100mL bottle of it while I was in England and have loved it ever since. Marc Jacobs is expensive though, so I've mostly spent my year coveting them from afar. Now I can successfully say I have added two more to my collection!
OMG. JUST LOOK AT THE PRETTY, OK? So. Pretty.
So, I guess I should tell you the ones I got? The two I bought were 'Daisy,' and 'Daisy Eau So Fresh.' I know, I know. It sounds like there isn't really any difference, but trust me. There is.
Now, smells/ingredients/things about the perfumes you might want to know:
(other than the fact that they're amaze balls)
Top Notes - Red Berries
Mid Notes - Jasmine
Base Notes - Driftwood
Top Notes - Natural Raspberry, Grapefruit and Pear
Mid Notes - Violets, Wildrose and Apple Blossom
Base Notes - Musks, Cedarwood and Plum
Top Notes - Strawberry and Violet Leaves
Mid Notes - Violet Petals and Jasmine Bouquet
Base Notes - Musk and Vanilla Infusion
I don't know if you'd actually like to know any of this, but in case it helps you *visualise*, there you go.
Generally, with these sorts of things, I end up feeling mildly guilty. Won't lie though, I ain't even feeling that right now. More than anything, I'm feeling smug. And quietly pleased with myself. I bought two Marc Jacobs perfumes for the cost of $170. That sounds like a lot, but one 100mL bottle of Daisy in Australia is $149. So there.
Sales shopping at its finest. I guess this was a bit of a haul thing, but kind of not? I don't know. I just wanted to share my happy feelings with someone, and this is the end result.