About Elie Saab
Elie Saab is a lebanese fashion designer . With fashion workshops based in Milan, Paris, and Lebanon, and various fashion items owned and worn by celebrities, Elie Saab is a well known and loved brand of fashion and perfumes.
The Elie Saab 'Le Parfum Rose Couture' Fragrance
Rose Couture, by Elie Saab is a beautiful fragrance derived from the original fragrance released by Elie Saab named "Le Parfum". Rose Couture begins with opening notes of a delicate rose and peony, followed by citrusy notes of bergamot and orange blossom. In the very heart of this fragrance is sweet and delicate vanilla, peach, and lychee, all on a base of sweet caramel and fragrant patchouli with sandalwood.
The Elie Saab Le Parfum Rose Couture Fragrance Notes
Top: Rose, Peony, Orange Blossom, Bergamot
Mid: Rose, Jasmine, Vanilla, Peach, Lychee
Base: Patchouli, Sandalwood, Caramel
Is Elie Saab Rose Couture The Best Fragrance For Me?
Whilst Eau de Toilette (EDT) contains 5-15% concentration, lasting 2-3 hours. Eau de Parfum (EDP) contains 15-20% and can last up to 4-5 hours. Eau de Toilette is considered to be ideal for daywear while eau de parfum is considered nightwear.
Eau de Parfum doesn’t have a higher concentration of alcohol than Parfum, however it is better for sensitive skin than other fragrance types.
Eau de Parfum is one of the most common fragrance types and is suitable for everyday wear.
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