Fierce Fragrance: Daisy Pop Art and Lola Velvet from Marc Jacobs

Seems like Mr. Marc Jacobs is on a role when it comes to fragrances!  After launching Bang, a fragrance for men this summer, he is now giving a new twist to the old favorites for the Fall!  Daisy Pop art and Lola Velvet are two new smell goods to help get us ladies into the autumn spirit!  I had the opportunity to get a whiff of both fragrances and here are the verdicts!

Daisy Pop Art (100 ML e 3.4 fl oz, $88)

Housed in a remixed version of the original bottle, which is a rich red with black and gold daisies), is a richer  smelling version of the Daisy original, with notes of wild strawberry, a blend of gardenia and jasmine, birch, and cedarwood.  Unlike my experience with the original, I was able to appreciate this fragrance a lot more.  It’s really light and fresh and perfect for the girl who likes dainty perfumes.  I like wearing it work, for the scent isn’t overbearing and I still feel like I have something on! The bottle is also cool and funky, which makes it great to display on my nightstand!

Lola Velvet  (50 ML e 1.7 fl oz, $68)
Unlike the first one, Lola Velvet maintains its original fragrance with its signature note of fuchsia peony.  Its limited edition bottle of violet frosted glass and a cap of velvety flower petals is only the beginning of the fun I have with this one.  Out of the two, Lola Velvet was my clear favorite, its fragrance just as playful and artsy as its bottle design!  On the days I really want to be noticed, I put this on, because the fuchsia peony is signature and doesn’t smell like anything else I’ve tried!  This fragrance definitely packs a punch so be sure to use sparingly! 
To get your hands on these two smell goods, visit your local Bloomingdales or Marc Jacobs specialty stores!

 

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Photos courtesy of: Marc Jacobs

FTC Disclosure: Products used in this review were received as free samples.

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