Stupid Purfume Names

Now that Christmas is upon us, purfumes will be flying of the counters quicker than ever.  (tip: male readers. Your missus does not want Chanel No.5 so step away from the counter).

I got an email from Strawberry Net, which has some great deals on scents (people have questioned the sell by date of Strawberry Net but for the good and bad experiences, I have to say Strawberry net are very good and they will say so in the listing if something is reaching its sell by date).

Ok, so Kimora Lee Simmons, that classy babe has a Baby Phat scent called………………………..


Words fail me.  What can be nicer than spraying yourself with some Fabulosity?!?!

It looks like an expensive butt plug to me, or something to poke someon’s eye out with.  I would pay £9.99 for this, tops, and even then, it would have to be for someone I hated.

Then there’s Guerlain’s Insolence.

I have always thought that was a stupid name for a fragrance.


1. Presumptuous and insulting in manner or speech; arrogant.
2. Audaciously rude or disrespectful; impertinent.
It isn’t a good word to describe someone no matter what Guerlain tell you. Hilary Swank doesn’t suit it anyway, if Sienna Miller was the spokeswoman for Insolence, I would say YES! YES! YESS! That makes perfect sense!
Another example is Salvatore Ferragamo’s F for Fascinating.
Yes and I is for IDIOTIC.
I’ve always liked the purfume names L’air du temps by Nina Ricci although I don’t have the scent, and Annick Goutal, Ce Soir Ou Jamais.  The names, not the scents though.  My favourite scent is Stella, I could swim in it!
Now tell me:
Your Favourite Scent:
Your Faourite Purfume Name:
Your Most Disliked Purfume Name:
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