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Daisybutter - UK Style and Fashion Blog: taylor by taylor swift, fragrances, celebrity perfumes, taylor swift, review, tswiftfragrance
Daisybutter - UK Style and Fashion Blog: taylor by taylor swift, fragrances, celebrity perfumes, taylor swift, review, tswiftfragrance
Daisybutter - UK Style and Fashion Blog: taylor by taylor swift, fragrances, celebrity perfumes, taylor swift, review, tswiftfragrance
Taylor by Taylor Swift, the third Taylor Swift fragrance.

Another summer, another scent. When news broke out of Taylor Swift's third fragrance landing on our shores this summer, I'd already pipped most to the post and duly noted the occasion in my diary. Her third fragrance is the eponymous 'Taylor' by Taylor Swift and it makes a refreshing departure from the Wonderstruck numbers.

This is by far my favourite of the three perfumes by Taylor. Whilst I am ever so slightly biased as a strong purveyor of all things Swift, I honestly think her tastes have come on in leaps and bounds - bottle aside.

With top and heart notes of lychee, tangerine and magnolia petals, paired with peony, hydrangeas and vanilla orchid (my three favourite flowers, FYI, if you were planning on sending me some... cue tumbleweed), the base notes are made of sandalwood, apricot nectar, cashmere musk and soft woods, to stop it from veering too far into sickly sweet territory.

It certainly feels like a late summer scent to me, but of course, I shall be rotating this around the clock/year/etc.! The bottle, to me, leaves a lot to be desired with an odd multi-coloured swirl, pearl band and crystal stopper... I'd prefer a new colour variant of the other two.

RRP: £28.50, 50ml.
Disclaimer: Bought this with my own pennies. Avid purchaser of anything Taylor Swift related since 2007.

18 comments

  1. Ooh sounds yummy! Definitely not keen on the bottle though, it looks quite cheap in my opinion x

    Charlotte / coloursandcarousels

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    1. I adore the scent, one of my favourites to date! Mm I'm unsure on the bottle, it doesn't look cheap but doesn't feel very brand-worthy? x

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  2. The perfume sounds lovely but I don't like the bottle at all, it looks cheap!x

    Electra Violet

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    1. I'd definitely recommend giving it a try if you're at a Boots or somewhere! Love the scent but the bottle doesn't do it any justice. x

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  3. This sounds lovely, I've just run out of my Marc Jacobs Daisy perfume and I'm looking for a new one so might have to take a peep at this! x

    The Little Things

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    1. As a firm MJ Daisy gal, I'd wholeheartedly recommend this Louise! Taylor and Elizabeth Arden really do come out on top with the whole celebrity fragrance thing. x

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  4. First time hearing that miss Swift has
    launched perfume line! Xx

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    1. Really?! She's had a couple of fragrances out now. (: Search my blog and I've got all the reviews on here lovely! x

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  5. I am quite faithful to my own perfume collection, but the bottle looks great! A bit Pucci-esque, me likey!!!

    -Elodie x

    http://www.elle-yeah.com

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  6. This sounds like it smells lovely, I'll have a sniff next time I'm in Debenhams!

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    1. It really is lovely, grown up and fresh at the same time. (:

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  7. birthday on the 27th this is on the list

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  8. Sounds fab, i didn't actually know she even had a new one out! xo

    http://prettypetticoats.blogspot.co.uk/

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    1. Ah the UK always gets the remnants of marketing with them. Search her Youtube channel and there's some really cute videos! x

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