If you read my other L’Occitane en Provence perfume post, you’ll see a slight common thread…

Yes, I love Néroli. In all forms possible. I’ve thankfully gotten to the stage of knowing the different types of compositions I lean more toward. Néroli essential oil tends to feature quite often.

07-loccitane-neroli-orchideeI no longer have to rely on pushy sales assistants to dictate which perfumes I should try and buy. And I think that goes for anything consumer related. Once you know what you like and what works for you – shopping becomes so much easier and a lot more fun. Instead of an impulsive buy, you can make a more informed choice.


If it were up to me, I’d literally have the entire La Collection de Grasse perfume set. Candles, Creams, eerthang – not impulsive at all, haha … Here’s a few of the other EDT scents:


The collection is inspired by the fragrant city of Provence, Grasse, the world’s perfume capital. My dream is to visit one day and create my own personal fragrance. After a long day in the lab, I’ll kick my shoes off and go for a stroll in the endless fields of lavender. Google Grasse flower fields, it’s so picturesque x


My Néroli & Orchidée perfume is one of the easiest everyday scents to wear. It’s just a classic, timeless smell that lifts your senses and puts you in a good mood. The citrus notes give a really juicy and fruity odor, which eventually subsides and leaves a lovely understated musky tone. It’s so feminine and sophisticated.

I forgot to mention how pretty the packaging is!


Thanks for reading! Let me know what your favorite L’Occitane en Provence fragrance is …

Pictures are my own. Taken with my Canon 100D & Canon 70D | 10-18mm + 18-55mm

Anita x