I know Christmas is a long way off but it will be here before you know it and it never hurts to have a few gift ideas up your sleeve be it for Christmas or any other special occasion for that matter.
Today I received a new bottle of Thierry Mugler's Alien EDP but with a difference the bottle was engraved with my name! My favourite fragrance ever with my name imprinted on the bottle...life made!
Imagine awakening on your special day (whatever that may be) to a bottle of your beloved scent with a cute little engraving on it. It just takes something that is already near and dear and makes it a little more precious and personal doesn't it? I think this would be a wonderful way to commemorate your wedding date, anniversary or even a milestone be it a birthday or not and the best part about it is that it only costs an additional £12. If you do decide to ever purchase an engraved Thierry Mugler scent (Angel and Womanity are also available) splurge a little and get the refillable bottle so you or the person you gift to can use it forever. I know I'll treasure mine forever - I'm seriously over the moon with my bottle and will be showing it off to all that will listen and look ha!
I've reviewed and mentioned the Alien scent several times so I'm not going to go into great detail about the fragrance, what I will say is that it is a sexy, mysterious scent that is strong and very noticeable. It lingers on the skin and in my opinion is better suited to night fall and the colder seasons. One thing that is for sure it is beautiful and timeless - I've been wearing it since it launched in launched in 2005 (that's nearly 10 years wowee) and have yet to grown tired of it. Notes include Sambac jasmine, Cashmeran wood, white amber.
You can see all the sizes and scents available for engraving* here - link
* This was a gift sent by the PR company that handles Thierry Mugler fragrances, it was so unexpected and just so personal that I couldn't not share it. Chuffed to bits doesn't begin to cover it!
Random Fact - Many think my name is french due to the "rien" part - i'm sure rien is the French word for nothing but Adrienne is actually a Latin name which is a variation of Adria, as in the Adriatic sea region and means dark.