Iconic Insolence

When you think of an iconic woman she has a certain air about her. She’s ever so slightly haughty and completely comfortable with herself. Am I right? She’s sensuous, slightly wild, and quite audacious. Some might even call her insolent.

This is the aura created by the first perfume I ever fell in love with. First represented by Hillary Swank, Guerlain’s Insolence is a masterpiece. A bold and unapologetic violet (the only floral scent I like in perfumes) dances tantalizingly with chocolate, iris, and berries. Insolence marks the first time that the powerhouse perfumer included fruits in its assortment, and it is quite a success.

Plus, every single time I wear it out all the guys comment on how good I smell. Nothing gets better than that 😉

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