The term Mademoiselle is a French familiar title, abbreviated Mlle, traditionally given to an unmarried woman. The equivalent in English is 'Miss'. However, the courtesy title 'Madame' is accorded women where their marital status is unknown.Married or not, mademoiselle for me sounds like a strong, classy self-confident lady-like young-lady.
Just the thing I want to radiate.
The fragrance was created by Jacques Polge, the nose of Chanel since 1978.
Top notes: orange, bergamot, mandarin, Tunisian curaçao
Middle notes: morning rose, Italian jasmine, ylang-ylang, mimosa, florentine iris
Base notes: Indonesian patchouli, Haitian vetiver, Bourbon vanilla, white musk, opoponax, tonka bean.
It's not a secret that I loveee the bath foam. You can call me obsessed. The bottle (400ml) is almost empty (mehh...)
Everytime I drop some foam in the bath my whole house smells like mademoiselle. And it puts me in to such a happy mood.
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It's all about layering. Showering or taking a bath first. Then moisturize the skin with bodylotion. Then spray some perfume on the skin and a bit in your hair.
I collect luxurious soap bars. But I also use them. For my hands most of the time. In a pretty tray.
Oh one day when I have my own pretty bathroom of my dreams...
In my opinion "Coco Mademoiselle" is the perfect parfume for a classy night out.
For a flirty mood when you'r out on a date. Wearing lingerie, a sexy dress and some pretty lipstick.
And you'r go to go!
Sequin blouse: JoshV | Hair accessorize H and M | Brooch Chanel | Make-up toiletry Louis Vuitton | Bra Primark | Lipstick Chanel | Eyeshadow palette Chanel