Ted Baker Polly Review

Ted Baker Polly

I've always been a fan of the Ted Baker clothing and jewellery line, but until this Christmas I didn't even know that they made a variety of scents. When I was finally made aware of their existence, I instantly fell in love with the beautiful little bottles and knew I had to have one in my collection. For this review, I picked the scent 'Polly', which has a sweet floral scent and exhibits the combined notes of mandarin, red berries, peach, jasmine, honeysuckle, peony and base coats of white musk.


When I first sprayed this fragrance I was greeted with a beautiful subtle floral scent that settled easily onto my wrist. Eau de Toilettes are usually known for being softer fragrances that don't last as long as perfume. however the Ted Baker Polly* outlasted my prized Michael Kors perfume and stayed on my wrist all day through.

Ted baker eau de toilette bottle

The bottle is a beautiful girly pink colour and the top has the traditional Ted Baker logo. At £15 for this fragrance, you really can't go wrong. Admittedly, at first I was a little bit skeptical about trying this product as I didn't think it could compare to any of my other perfumes and fragrances, but this is up there in my favourites now and I can easily see myself buying the entire collection.


Have you tried any of the Ted Baker Eau de Toilettes? 
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4 comments

  1. I love Ted Baker and ooh that fragrance looks and sounds lovely and at such a decent price :)

    Sophie x

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  3. I really want to smell these, I was always tempted by their candy-shop style displays in our local Selfridges!

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  4. I love perfume bottles! these are so beautiful!

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