April 8, 2019

Guerlain Aqua Allegoria Coconut Fizz And Other Spring 2019 Releases on Sale

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Guerlain has released a fresh batch of Aqua Allegoria Fragrances for Spring 2019 and I couldn’t be happier that I can haul them on sale! These are $89 each thanks to 15% Off Beauty and Fragrance at lordandtaylor.com (use code FRIENDS).

Guerlain Aqua Allegoria Flora Cherrysia
A delicate aquatic cherry blossom fragrance with notes of Watermelon, Cherry Blossom, White Musks, and Woodsy notes!

Guerlain Aqua Allegoria Ginger Piccante
A blend of warming ginger and blossoming rises with pepper, citrus, candied ginger, rose, and white musk.

Guerlain Aqua Allegoria Coconut Fizz Eau de Toilette
A refreshingly fruity and woodsy fragrance with coconut water and touches of fruity watermelon with freesia, tonka bean, sandalwood, and white woods!

My counter doesn’t have these yet so I blind purchased them on Lord & Taylor’s site. I have no doubt I’ll love them as I really like the Aqua Allegoria Fragrances for the Summer!

You can snag these as well as other new beauty and fragrance for 15% Off using code FRIENDS.

Where to buy

Lord and Taylor

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  • Elaine G

    Hey, spring scents! These sound amazing. Must take my nose to discover. Bottle is adorable. I love when companies make mini sizes. I have some Tory Burch that are fun. I like lots & change it up. Big bottles seem to perch. Maybe it’s my ADD 😉 Hope all well in NY.

    • Isabella Muse

      Yay for Spring ;-D finally here! 72 degrees today! These aren’t mini! they are a full-size ;-D All is great here how about you? Still sailing around the world my friend? (So jealous!)

  • Dannell

    I can’t wait to hear what you think once they arrive! I am especially excited to hear about the coconut one. I adore the smell of coconut but I find that in fragrances it can sometimes go too fakey.

    • Isabella Muse

      Knowing guerlain it’ll be a green coconut and not a true coconut ;-D Something mixed with herbs or green notes! We shall see ;D Will do! I ordered Saturday, waiting on shipment!

  • Stacy Kraft

    oooh new ones!! I am a repeat bottle buyer of Pampelune, but there is something about this line that is just elegant, universal, and fun. You don’t often get that combo.

    Plus, LOVE watermelon as a note.

  • Kel Berg

    the ginger and coconut are appealing to me but i need to smell them first. are they long lasting? only avail at l&t?

    • Isabella Muse

      Mmm no! Aqua Allegoria are not know for their strength or lasting power! They are a weaker EDT. I prefer them in the Summer as the heat seems to warm them up nicely so you can catch a nice little sniffle here and there ;-D L&T so far has them but they should be launching at other upscale department stores!

  • Saoirse

    Aqua Allegoria Mandarine Basilic is one of my favorite perfumes and I’m on my second bottle. These new ones sound interesting, especially Ginger Piccante. I hope they sell them at the awesome Guerlain store in Epcot, because I’ll be there in a few months and I’d like to test them.

    • Isabella Muse

      I don’t doubt they’ll be at the Epcot store!!!!!!! 😀 Ginger Piccante sounds very intriguing!