Anyone see the Ryan Seacrest interview with RPattz? What’s up with that? Here, take a look.
Haha his public relations rep was going berserk there for a sec. I honestly thought that the entire romance thing they had going on was a complete PR stunt but maybe not? Is that why his rep is all crazy OMG do not talk about the romancez right now! I can only assume that maybe all the talk is true and they really don’t want to talk about it because it’s bad publicity for fan-pires who love RPattz. You know, they want him to be single, lost and lonely, looking for his one true love…..it really appeals to the tweens and the too old adults like the Muse who dig him. I honestly want to be with him so I can teach him proper hygiene techniques because he looks all kinds of greasy on most days of his life but it’s ok, I still lurves him with all my little itty bitty heart.
No but seriously I thought it was all rather interesting how that played out!
Speaking of Twilight, today I’m wearing Twilight Woods and I’m SO saying that Bath and Body Works used a coy marketing technique with the name of this fragrance. They wanna draw all the fan-pires into purchasing it. You see Twilight Woods and you automatically think Twilight, Vampires, Go Team Jacob….oops did I say go Team Jacob? What? Taylor looks hot and he looks like he washes too, that’s very appealing.
But seriously it’s a marketing tool I tell you!
Jump for the review!
Released this Fall, Twilight Woods is the newest scent available at Bath and Body Works and from what the Muse has seen so far quite popular.
I was thinking woods would mean leaves, dirt, perhaps patchouli, something dark. Turns out that’s none of what Twilight Woods is about.
It has key notes of berry, a mimosa, and apricot with a warmer base that Bath and Body Works refers to as “warm woods”. Who even knows what warm woods means but for me it’s a sophisticated blend that will work best in the evenings with a slightly fruity base but a very warm woodsy dry down. It’s deep but not overwhelming, complex but not crazy, just a generally soft, sensual blend that leans towards fruity but morphs into elegance due to it’s the dominate woodsy notes.
It’s actually not something I’d have chosen for myself but I had a lot of people ask me to review it and I’m glad I ended up doing so because I do like it. I wouldn’t recommend it for day time wear but it’s a rather perfect blend for evenings out. I have the Eau de Toilette and honestly the linger and throw is just as good as any expensive, posher brand of perfume on the market. It wears very well and makes a beautiful addition to your Fall and Winter perfume wardrobe.
Available now for as low as $19.50 from Bath and Body Works.
Try it out, I think you’ll like it.
Tried it already?
Tell me what you think!
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