Lollia At Last No. 17 ~ new fragrance

Lollia At Last No. 17

Lollia has introduced a new fragrance collection, At Last No. 17:

Soft and simply captivating. A light floral celebration of powdery rice flower perfectly paired with lovely, southern magnolias and demure mimosa.

Lollia At Last No. 17 is available in 50 ml Eau de Parfum ($50) and in matching bath & body products.

(via lollialife)

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  1. thegoddessrena says:

    Love mimosa and magnolias so I guess I’m going to be wandering around Anthropologie in search of this (since Anthropologie tends to scatter the perfumes around the store,…)

    • Robin says:

      It sounds tempting, and I always love their packaging. Usually the scents end up cleaner than I like, but I’ll give this one a shot if I see it.

    • ladymurasaki says:

      Me too!

    • AM says:

      I know they do tend to scatter them! How do people feel about that? Sometimes I like it when I happen upon a little bottle when looking for somethign else but a lot of times Im only in there to smell something and wish they were just all on one counter!

      • Robin says:

        It makes me crazy, but it’s clear that Anthropologie’s “seemingly random” store design is working very well for them…they get customers to stay far longer in their stores than anybody else. So my desire to find what I want in a hurry is not of interest to them :-)

  2. maggiecat says:

    I’m fond of magnolias, so I’ll give this a sniff as well!

  3. Le Boise says:

    I just purchased a full bottle of At Last by Lollia. It is very delicate milky, cottony and powdery with a light paper note and a bit of fresh soil/dirt and clean white musk in the base. The scent reminds me very much of the milk scented shea butter soap from L’occitane and the milk scented soap from Pre de Provence. On my skin this scent last about 3 hours and while I find it soothing and like the beautiful glass bottle with white lace decor, I feel it is not distinct enough for a true love and needs a layering partner of some sort…to spice it up.

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