Jour Ensoleillé (sunny day) marries a lively floral blend of orange blossom, tuberose, and jasmine with a soft woodsy, mossy base that is gently chypre in nature. Like the golden late summer sunshine as the season moves toward fall, Jour Ensoleillé warms your spirit with its uplifting blend of woods and florals. The woodsy base makes this fragrance appropriate for men as well as women, though the floral notes are prominent.
Photo shows the 34 ml bottle. To purchase, please visit the Mixed Media Collection page.
Release Notes: Updated in Sept 2009.
Perfumer's Comments: I was lucky to grow up in a rural area at the base of some beautiful wooded foothills. After school each day I spent my afternoons at a nearby barn riding horses and working until dark, and my favorite time of day was late afternoon when the setting sun bathed the hills and oaks with a warm golden glow. Now I'm in a beautiful spot again and treasure the Sonoma hills, especially in my favorite late afternoon light. Jour Ensoleillé makes me think of the afternoon golden glow on the hills and oaks; it's a happy scent for me.
Note: Although Jour Ensoleillé contains orange blossom, it is not a clean and fresh kind of orange blossom scent; it has some jasmine that is moderately animalic, and it has a base rich with woods and mossy notes. It is best to sample first to be sure you like the earthier nature of this orange blossom scent.
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