YSL Black Opium Wild Edition

As the days get chiller, the nights get darker and the knitwear gets heavier, it is only natural that we start to gravitate towards those richer, deeper fragrances. I, for one, love my summer-fresh, zesty, fruity scents but as Autumn draws in, I start to switch up my daily spritz and opt for a more opulent mix of perfumes.

2014 saw the launch of one of Yves Saint Laurent’s most hotly anticipated fragrances – Black Opium Eau de Parfum. It was the shot of that intoxicating coffee note that really set it apart and made it the perfect Winter scent. I gushed all about the original EDP on my blog nearly two years ago. Now YSL have released a limited Wild Edition of this perfume – same electrifying scent but housed within a highly collectable bottle.

The bottle is gorgeous and will definitely add a splash of mystery and sparkle to your dressing table. The glitter-effect faux fur coat wraps itself around the bottle, and is finished with a rose gold border to add a edgy look to the scent. Inside you will find the same mix of bitter coffee, radiant white flowers, soft vanilla and woody cedar which makes Black Opium such an appealing fragrance. It is round and deep and guaranteed to warm you up on those wintery days.

Available now online (£47 for 30ml/£66 for 50ml/£87 for 90ml)

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*this post contains samples gifted for review purposes

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  1. 12th September 2016 / 9:19 pm

    Please, please, please can we have a post from you which isn't *post contains samples gifted for review purposes. It's as if you have lost your voice and are only writing reviews based on free samples. I loved and now miss your geniune beauty posts based on your actual findings and love of beauty

  2. 13th September 2016 / 6:32 am

    This is such a pretty bottle. IT really shouldn't make a difference to me but I'm always swayed when the packaging is lovely! Perfect for a Christmas present.


  3. 13th September 2016 / 10:13 am

    just amazing 🙂

  4. 15th September 2016 / 8:36 am

    @Jane_Lucy – I'm really sorry and saddened you feel like that. I admit, juggling blogging and being a new mum has been hard and it means I don't feel I have as much time to spend on each post and also, I don't have the same time and want to go and buy lots of new makeup myself. I really hope you continue to read and enjoy my blog – I am hoping to change the direction of it soon and it will feature less reviews and more lifestyle and personal posts. Thanks for taking the time to comment 🙂 x