Victoria’s Secret Sexy Little Things Heartbreaker ~ new fragrance

Victoria's Secret Sexy Little Things Heartbreaker

Victoria's Secret has launched Sexy Little Things Heartbreaker, a new flanker to 2007′s Sexy Little Things.

A little bit of flirtation. A whole lot of sexy. Be the ultimate Heartbreaker in this eau de parfum from our Sexy Little Things fragrance collection.

The notes feature honeysuckle, bergamot and vetiver.

Victoria's Secret Sexy Little Things Heartbreaker is available in 50 and 100 ml Eau de Parfum or in 250 ml Scented Mist.

(via victoriassecret)

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  1. Interesting bottle. I’ve never been a fan of Victoria’s Secret perfumes, but I’ll keep an open mind.

    • Robin says:

      I haven’t usually been a fan either, but you never know.

  2. JolieFleurs says:

    I wish there was a pill I could take to cure me of this lust for tacky, campy bottles. These Sexy Little Thing bottles have been so fun.

    Vetiver seems kinda high-brow for VS these days, no?

    • Robin says:

      Ha…sorry, no meds for that! So far in this series, I thought the Sexy Little Things Noir bottle was the best.

  3. Marjorie Rose says:

    Victoria’s Secret scents carry the same lack of weight with me as celebuscents–I assume they will be boring and not worth the sniff. And they really seem to be after the Beiber-set with that pink bottle and bow combo.

    • Robin says:

      I liked that Intimes series back in 2009, but that’s it so far. Also admit I don’t smell most of them though.

    • JolieFleurs says:

      The Beiber set or 49 year-olds who seem to be going through some sort of bizarre second childhood. Bizarre in the sense that I never had the slightest interest in girly stuff like this when I was a child, adolescent or a teen! Or even a 20 or 30Something.

      I literally woke up one morning in August 2010, saw the most horrifyingly tacky sparkly bracelet on a website, bought it, and have been drawn to all things tacky and sparkly ever since.

      I was unable to walk at the time and was pretty much couch-bound, and I do think that was part of it, but I have been fine for the last 6 months and my tastes have only gotten worse! :P

      • Marjorie Rose says:

        Oh how funny is that?! I can see how it might happen, though. I’ve certainly gotten more girly as I age, but since my starting point was men’s army surplus, I have a long way to go before this would appeal to me!

        • JolieFleurs says:

          Girl, that is SO funny…. I got the coolest jackets at the Army Surplus and once even scored some truly perfect boots.

          • Marjorie Rose says:

            Are you suggesting pink bows are in my future? ;)

          • JolieFleurs says:

            WORSE…. perfume bottles with charms dangling all over them! :P

          • Marjorie Rose says:

            *shudders*
            My only hope is that my friends call for an intervention before it gets to that point! “Marjorie, we care about you and we want to help. But we’ve noticed an increase in Hello Kitty in your life, and we feel it is becoming a problem. . .” :D

      • NinaraPoll says:

        The exact same thing has happened to me, although in my case it seems to have emerged once I hit my 30s. I call it “my magpie instinct”.

  4. Veronika says:

    Ohhh…sorry. I’m terribly sorry for the offtopic – I’m just very excited. Help me! Help me decide wether I should buy Shalimar parfum 30 ml for only 123$? I sort of have an opportunity. But the decision has to be made quick. I never wore the parfum – but I mean – it’s Shalimar!
    Althiugh I’d rather wear Vol de Nuit – 30 ml of Shalimar for only 123$ is almost as good) Ahhhh….

    • Robin says:

      I don’t know! But that really is an excellent price.

    • JolieFleurs says:

      I think it’s a good price, but wouldn’t you rather put the $123 towards a bottle of VdN?

      It might be a great swapping item later on down the road.

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