Rarely does a press release evoke a “I must post this!” emotion. The Lanvin “Marry Me” fragrance release did. I must say it was wholly attributable to the name – a most daring name for a fragrance, and yet one bursting with possibilities.
Said to be a fragrance that is romantic and sensual, Marry Me has notes of Bitter Orange and jasmine, magnolia and roses. I haven’t taken a sniff of this, but I want to.
I can just see this fragrance forming the prop for many a marriage proposal to come. It will be the perfect way for a gentleman to pop the question.
Imagine unwrapping a tissue filled box to find this bottle nestling at the bottom, the two words “Marry Me” saying what needs to be said. Of course, said gentleman better have his ring ready by then 😛
There’s just one problem: How on earth am I ever going to buy this one for myself? Hmm… I wonder if Lanvin thought of that 😛
Let me leave you with the Marry Me commercial. I love how joyful and carefree the couple look. I love Paris 😀
Now seriously, how is a woman supposed to buy this one for herself without looking or feeling a little silly?
SA: Would you like to try this fragrance? *spritz*
Me: Mmm that smells nice! What is it?
SA: Marry Me.
Worse if said SA is male LOL!
Lanvin Marry Me Eau de Parfum retails at RM332/75ml, RM263/50ml and RM186/30ml