The new Miss Dior Eau De Toilette strikes a perfect balance between the floral and the fruity
A belief in all things superstitious varies from individual to individual. The truly pantang credit the fallout of their last relationship to a —well-intentioned — but gifted pair of Manolo Blahniks (apparently, a sign that your partner is going to walk away from you, FYI). The skeptics, on the other hand, are more than ready to recite a laundry list of character faults that led to the said dissolving of relationship (at the top of the list: the lack of Manolo Blahnik-related surprises).
Whichever camp you fall under, it remains an indisputable fact that lady luck is a fickle, flighty thing. Lucky for us, it appears that she is in our side this season with a new release from the much-adored Miss Dior fragrance line: Miss Dior's Eau De Toilette.
Dior perfumer-creator François Demachy is unflinching in his superstitions. This is evident in his inclusion of lily of the valley in Miss Dior Eau De Toilette, a flower widely regarded to be Christian Dior's lucky charm. It is complemented with Grasse Rose — the star of the original Miss Dior parfum — jasmine, as well as notes of blood orange and juicy mandarin, culminating in a one-of-a-kind scent that is heady, refreshing and floral all without being overpowering. It is also available in a rollerball edition, the Miss Dior Roller Pearl Eau De Toilette, which allows for instant and easy application on the go.
Available now at all Dior beauty counters, we can only hope that this stroke of luck is here to stay. View the full range below.