Tuesday, 21 February 2012

Flower Power dresses by Yardley London

Spring is in the air and thoughts turn to flowers and the quintessential Chelsea Flower Show (22-26 May), so why not have your own flower arrangement in one of these gorgeous Yardley London dresses. They are available for loan
Yardley Royal English Daisy Dress

But if the flower dresses are not for you, you can always wear the fragrance instead.
This is what Yardley London have to say about the fragrance of the Daisy, Rose and Peony:

Daisies have long been a favorite of many, as they represent loyal love and innocence. They have the ability to bring a smile to a face or brighten a room like a golden ray of sunshine.
Yardley London's Royal English Daisy is an elegant dewy fresh, green floral fragrance, reminiscent of flower filled meadows in the spring sunshine. It opens with a burst of energetic top notes in the form of fresh green leaves and apple, combined with a heart of hyacinth and white rose, enhanced with warm base notes of sandalwood and musk.

Yardley London Rose & Peony Dress
The Rose is the national flower of England and often stands as a symbol of love and beauty. Legend describes the creation of the flower rose as the uniting of sweet smell, charm, brightness and joy.
Yardley London’s classic English Rose fragrance has been transformed. It is now an evocative light, fresh floral fragrance, combining rose absolute, neroli and camomile, with a heart of rosebud and jasmine petals with warm base notes of amber and sandalwood, which makes it an alluring choice of scent for both daytime and evening.

Peonies were extremely fashionable in Victorian and Edwardian Britain, but they lost recognition between the two World Wars. Interest in peonies started to increase at the end of the 20th century and now they are a popular, modern flower with a heady fragrance. Yardley London’s Peony fragrance is a modern, fruity floral with top notes of fresh green leaves, complemented at its heart by a combination of peony flower, red currant, geranium and heliotrope and undertones of warm amber.

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