Tuesday, April 07, 2015

Now Your Clothes Can Smell of Diptyque

Diptyque Scented Oval in Rosefolia

I will shoot straight and state that the Diptyque Scented Ovals are not an entirely new concept, they have been around for sometime and have a loyal fan base. They are however new and rather very exciting to me - as a child my Grandmother was a huge fan of scented drawer lining paper and this is exactly what the Diptyque Scented Ovals remind me of, all be it in a more sophisticated form. Yes it is rather twee and some may say entirely unnecessary but perfect for keeping clothes stash away smelling great for months on end. 

"A disc - a white porcelain oval medallion capturing the scented wax, exudes the same fragrance. This decorative and fragrant object, an original Diptyque creation attached to a cotton loop bearing the line's signature, is designed to be hung in a wardrobe or buried in a drawer, releasing the aromas of this French garden for months on end."

Diptyque Scented Oval in Rosefolia

Not only does the Diptyque Scented Oval in Rosefolia look great; white, clean and rather sophisticated if I do say so myself but it smells extraordinary, if you are a fan of rose based scents then this is one you will want to try - be it in candle (you simply have to see the packaging for the candle, it is incredible), fragrance or disc form. Diptyque Rosefolia does of course contain a rose note, Turkish Rose Absolute no less which is softened by a hint of Geranium. The refreshing and somewhat crisp green note is provided in the form of Galbanum, together they fuse to create a bright, Spring ready scent that is both uplifting and invigorating. The above mention of a French Garden couldn't be more apt. I don't often indulge in Diptyque fragrances but Rosefolia is one scent I want, no need more of! I can't have my clothes smelling better than me, now can I?

Diptyque Scented Oval in Rosefolia £34 via John Lewis - link.

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  1. I feel like I've been seeing these everywhere recently but I'd always wondered what they were for - now I know! I have to admit while the idea is really sweet I don't know if I would want all of my clothes to smell the same, it's like they'd be fighting with whatever perfume I chose to wear!

    Lyon Notes

    1. I totally get what you mean :) mine is hanging in amongst my Winter clothes which hopefully will be retired soon ha!

  2. I absolutely love this concept although it seems pricey... ;)

  3. If the scent lingers onto your clothes, it goes straight onto my wish list - that's for sure!

    X Alice

  4. This is such a cool concept! I really love the smell of washing detergent, though, as weird as it sounds.

  5. I adore fresh smelling clothes! This sounds right up my street :)

    Emily x

  6. Amazing idea if you need a hypoallergenic washing powder but want nice smell!

    Lauren x
    Britton Loves | Lifestyle Food Fashion Beauty -

  7. I would love to know how long this lasts (the scent) as I always look for something for my wardrobe! :) <3 xx

  8. Haha I never knew that these were for hanging in the wardrobe to make clothes smell nice - I always thought they were a cheaper form of the perfumes haha. I'll have a look when I'm next in Space NK.

    Sarah xo | PolkaDotLemon

  9. I never realised that the Diptyque ovals were for scenting clothes! I always thought these were the solid version of the fragrances, haha! x

    Jasiminne | Posh, Broke, & Bored


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