Known for their comforting scents, whether it be in a candle or home fragrance, Lola James Harper are definitely experts when it comes to fragrances. So when they decided to launch their own range of EDT fragrances I was very intrigued.
Rami Mekdachi is the founder of Lola James Harper, but is also an expert when it comes to perfumes. Each fragrance that is created by Lola James Harper is formed out of a memory he has shared – whether that be a favourite person or place. I really get the sense that with these fragrances, Lola James Harper are looking for each person to create their scent related memories, which definitely adds to the uniqueness of the brand.
I received the ‘Little By Little With Joy 25’ EDT 50ml and was quite excited to give it a try. The EDT has notes of orange blossom, bergamot, lemon, mandarin and petit grain from Paraguay. This gives it a very citrusy but somewhat fresh fragrance. This is definitely one for those who prefer a less sweet fragrance. It’s designed for both males and females to wear.
I am normally one to wear more sweet, fruity fragrances, so it took me a while to really adjust to the more fresh tones of this fragrance. However, when worn I found the fragrance to last quite well all day. I didn’t feel the need top up throughout the day. The orange blossom and bergamot are definitely the base notes in this fragrance. However, I didn’t find them to be too overpowering. This is definitely a perfume that males and females can enjoy, without any concerns as to whether the fragrance is too sweet or woody.
This would definitely be a fragrance bottle that would not look out of place in any collection. It appeals to all genders with its very clean and sleek design.
As a unisex fragrance I think it works well and is definitely a fragrance that can be worn daily.
You can find Lola James Harper Little By Little With Joy here.
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