Get caught up in The Great Gatsby excitement and get ready to do the Charleston with these must-have 20’s-inspired fragrances!
Named after the prized, sizzling red Hussy automobile, you won’t want to turn up your nose on this heady, luscious scent! This seductive medley of powerful, blooming neroli, golden sun kissed amber, bitter orange, and juicy lemon is not for the faint-hearted as it deepens into an everlasting aroma of rich sandalwood, musk, and a touch of honey.
Orangers en Fleurs
As a tribute to the delicate orange blossom, which represents abundance, this luxurious scent features sensual notes of the white flower wrapped with dewy Turkish roses. For warmth and depth, a note of Egyptian jasmine followed by a spicy meets sweet nutmeg has been added to this delicious scent. Undoubtedly feminine, wonderfully sexy, and inviting, this fragrance is ideal for femme fatales in training.
Juliette Has a Gun Mad Madame
Ideal for channeling your inner flapper, this fragrance pays tribute to a woman who dares. She is slightly more mature, but by no means better behaved. The fragrance opens with sweet blackcurrant, followed by a bouquet of roses which then slowly transforms into a garden of softer white flowers of tuberose, peony, and jasmine. Ending of in an animalistic castoreum absolute, giving it a soapy, yet woodsy finish, this fragrance was made for the woman that’s ready to turn heads.
Lieber Gustav 14
Recognized as a popular scent among celebrities during the ‘20s, Lieber Gustav 14 may be a light violet hue, but it’s darker, smokier, and more powerful in aroma as it opens with notes of leather and wood with a hint of citrus. While it starts off as a masculine cologne, the dry down is more feminine with powdery, gentle notes of lavender and zesty tea. Mysterious, yet unforgettable, you’ll be certain to make both a grand entrance and exit.
Inspired by The Great Gatsby story, Liliana conjures a reveler in the bloom of youth dancing the Charleston amidst flowing bottles of champagne and a spirited jazz band. At the same time, it channels the romantic spirit with its lush and floral scent packaged in a vintage bottle that would fit perfectly on Daisy Buchanan’s nightstand. With top notes of Italian bergamot, neroli, watery peach that flows into an intoxicating bouquet of muguet, gardenia and white peony, the night is sure to be filled with joie de vivre. To add a twist on this floral fruity composition, the fragrance ends of with base notes of sandalwood, musk, benzoin and patchouli.
Opting for beaded gowns, jewels, and feathers is not the only way to really look and feel that Great Gatsby fever. You can still take a cue from the glitzy, glamorous flapper girls of the era by making a bold statement with your fragrance. Whether it’s subtle or seductively sexy and bold, there is a 20’s-inspired fragrance out there for you!
Article by: Kelly Abrahams