INFLUENSTER: Elizabeth Arden White Tea Voxbox

*DISCLOSURE: I RECEIVED THESE PRODUCTS COMPLIMENTARY FOR REVIEW PURPOSES. ALL THOUGHTS AND OPINIONS ARE MY OWN.

Let’s just start by saying that I am NOT a big fan of floral scents because they are either a hit or miss so just to be on the safe side I’ve always just steered clear from it. No offense to my grandmother (or our grandmothers) but “floral scents” bring back childhood memories of overpowering rosy scents and massive headaches that I dare not mention as to not hurt their feelings so I guess you could say that I braced myself on that first spray.

To my surprise my senses welcomed a pleasant scent, a combination of floral and fresh that reminded me of the first few days of spring. You know that time when the grass start to grow and the flowers start to bloom and there’s just droplets of rain that linger in the atmosphere—-THAT. It’s mild and sweet and definitely very feminine and its husband-approved.

This scent has completely changed my perspective on floral scents and I’m not gonna lie, I think I might have enjoyed it. I guess you know what scent I’ll be wearing out this spring. I’ve linked it below so you guys can check them out.

Elizabeth Arden Wild Rose

Enjoy Spring!

~Rhea

16 thoughts on “INFLUENSTER: Elizabeth Arden White Tea Voxbox

  1. I use Elizabeth Arden when I was in high school (a decade ago lmao), I had the Pear Blossom (green) and Fig (green). It’s not the same as those that our grandma use. It’s not overpowering or irritating to smell. It’s sweet and it lasts long. Thanks for this review!

  2. Thanks for sharing this honest review. I like the packaging and the look of this perfume and I bet that smells really good.

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