This time it’s personal: a definitive guide to where to get fragrances engravedDecember 21, 2016 11:05 am
Buying perfume for some is a very personal gesture. Or at least, it should be. We believe in taking time to find out what someone really loves – or helping you to identify something new for them via our psychic online ‘Fragrance Editor’ (FR.eD, for short). More here about that…
But another way to make the gift intensely personal, deeply special – and truly show you care – is to give someone a bottle featuring their initials, name or even a message. Personalisation is the hottest gift trend for 2017 – and the perfume world hasn’t been slow to get its engraving tools out.
Alas, it’s too late to get most engraving done in time for Christmas. But maybe bookmark this post for birthdays…?
Any of Mugler’s fragrances can be personalised via engraving – although the service takes a while (10 days normal service, five for express). What we truly love about Thierry Mugler is their pioneering stance on refills: each bottle can be taken to The Source (in selected locations) to be replenished, cutting down on packaging hugely. So: an engraved Mugler bottle might well be used and treasured for years. (This picture via The Beauty Series blog.)
For more info visit mugler.co.uk
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Fragrance is already a wonderfully personal gift – but why not make it even more so with The Perfume Shop’s engraving service? It’s available on many, many different bottles via on-line ordering (see the full list by clicking below), starting at just £5.99.
For more information, visit theperfumeshop.com
My Burberry becomes just that with the on-line monogramming service for the eau de parfum, eau de toilette and My Burberry Black versions of this fragrance. In general, they offer complimentary next day delivery provided you order before 7pm Monday to Thursday – but around Christmas that might be pushing it.
For more info visit burberry.com
And whichever fragrance, monogram or message you choose, there’s just so much Brownie point potential, with any of them…
By Jo Fairley