As soon as Catherine, The Duchess of Cambridge stepped out of the Goring Hotel in her breathtaking wedding dress, people gave their verdict: perfect. But the mystery of the fragrance still persisted until finally, it’s been revealed that Catherine opted for a British perfume brand that surprisingly isn’t very famous.
According to Daily Mail the perfume is White Gardenia Petals by Illuminum, a pleasant floral fragrance that just enchants your senses. Illuminum describes the perfume as:
“As fragrant as a vase of white flowers, quivering in the breeze by an open window, this is a delicate and refined perfume. The top notes of Lilly evoked a tropic seaside location, whilst the heart notes of White Gardenia, Muguet and Jasmine Breeze bring a trio of white flowers into play. Amber Wood underscores this light and capricious bouquet.”
The fragrance packaging is simplistic and elegant at the same time, features given by a frosted contemporary cubic glass bottle and a boxed shaped metallic cap. Illuminum has been created by celebrity hair stylist Michael Boardi in 2007, so it’s a relatively new brand, but not one that is overlooked by celebs. The perfume retails for about £70 for a 50ml bottle and since Kate wore this fragrance on her wedding day it’s probably going to sell like hotcakes.
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