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Taylor Swift’s New Fragrance Promises Incredible Things

Taylor Swift has unveiled her fourth scent, Incredible Things. Find out more here.

Source: Elizabeth Arden

Source: Elizabeth Arden

Taylor Swift has just revealed her newest perfume called ‘Incredible Things’. She may still be young but Taylor has already released three fragrances, so with all her experience in the field hopefully this one will be as incredible as its name implies. The scent is said to be a luxurious mixture of vanilla orchid, suede flower, musk and Haitian vetiver.

Beauty expert Elizabeth Arden has described Taylor’s new scent as “an intriguing floriental fragrance that’s fresh, classic, expressive, intriguing and unforgettable.”

Of course after creating such an elegant perfume, designing a bottle that is both suitable for the product and desirable to the customer is important. Taylor chose to give the bottle a very personalised look and took inspiration from her love of water colour painting. T

he white bottle with a water colour design is more modern and mature than those for Taylor’s previous perfumes. It is finished with a gold lid, which has been engraved with ’13’, Taylor’s lucky number.

A press release from the brand stated: “Taylor lives her life with an open heart, and by sharing her personal stories through music, art and fragrance, she helps inspire her fans to follow their heart, to be their own artist — to do incredible things. Channelling Taylor’s inherent ability to see beauty in the world, she encourages her fans to do the same.”

Incredible Things is set to launch in Australia on 23rd November and will be available exclusively at the department store Myer.

The perfume comes in two sizes (1.0 fl. oz and 1.7 fl. oz) as well as in a roller-ball version, which is perfect to carry around in your bag.

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