21 June 2016


As a fragrance collector I'm always excited to get to try new scents, so I was naturally excited when a bottle of So…? Landed at my doorstep.

So is really marketed as a teenage range of fragrances, not least due to their very purse friendly prices. There are heaps of different varieties available, although I think there are currently more different ones available overseas than here in Australia.

One of the key ones, I believe, is the So...? This scent contains;

Top Notes: Fresh orange, pomegranate, passion fruit
Heart Notes: freesia, heliatrope and lily of the valley
Base Notes: almond, cedarwood and musk

Now, I've mentioned this before but I am not the biggest fan of musky and woody scents, so this probably wouldn't have been my first choice, had a purchased it myself. That said, the woody and musky notes are quite mild, and hence, for someone like me who is not a huge fan, it is still quite 'bearable', not least because the orange, pomegranate and passion fruit and the freesia gives it a lighter and more feminine touch.

Unfortunately it doesn't have the greatest of staying power, so you do have to reapply mid-day for the scent to last, but considering that this is 'just' an eau de toilette and it is very budget friendly, it is still very reasonable. It comes in a tall glass bottle that is very simplistic, yet still very elegant.

Overall, this is a lovely scent, although, due to the musky notes, I probably wouldn't think its suitable for a young teenager, but rather for a slightly old woman, but then again, everyone is different.

For the low price I am pleasantly surprised by this scent, and will certainly check out the rest of the range, in the hope to find a fresh fruity and citrusy scent..

So...? Eau de Toilette - RRP: $14.95 / 20ml, $24.95 / 100ml

Available from Priceline, variety stores, and selected pharmacies

* Some products may have been kindly provided for consideration, and have reviewed in accordance with my Disclosure Policy.

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