A fragrance lovers dream
Days with David
Although I frequent Sephora for beauty products, I am almost never sucked in to the walls that contain all the fragrance options.
Perhaps it seems a little overwhelming? I also feel like I could spend hours smelling each one but it would take about 10 minutes of exploring before I’d have a raging headache from all the strong scents.
Enter Commodity Goods. I heard about this brand through my sister and thought it was so cool so I wanted to tell you about it.
The best way to try out the fragrances is through the fitting kit. If you order the full fitting kit, you’ll get 20 fragrances to test out at home. I loved this option because I could test it in batches instead of trying to decide on my favorite scent right away.
The black fragrances are more masculine than the white options, but I think either can be worn depending on your preferences. I was surprised by a few of the mens fragrances that I liked for myself.
Of the options, I really loved tea and dew for myself, and I chose cloth for my husband.
Tea has a bit of lemon and citrus notes, along with jasmine and sandalwood.
Cloth is a soft masculine scent that isn’t too sharp. Some men’s cologne is over-powering to me, but this was a really nice, warm scent.
Dew is a bit floral with a hit of pear, orchid and violet petals.
The packaging is beautiful, which can make or break perfume in my opinion. It’s sort of a luxury anyway, so to have it contained in a really beautiful bottle is a nice perk.