“I think today women are very scared to celebrate themselves, because then they just get labeled.”
There could not be a better person than Charlize Theron to endorse the classic perfume J’adore by Dior. She is an icon who befits the description of being bold and beautiful. J’adore is an award-winning perfume launched in 1999 by the renowned perfumer Calice Becker and later modified for the present day woman by Dior’s celebrated perfumer François Demachy. J’adore has mandarin orange as top note, jasmine, lily of the valley, tuberose as middle notes, and musk, vanilla, cedar as base notes.
If one were to categorize perfumes for women, two broad categories would be perfumes that evoke smell of rose and the other one being the smell of jasmine. Each time I get a whiff of J’adore in the air, it is the latter that I sense. The rich flavor of Jasmine that emancipates from the skin brings out the best in a woman, especially women in the corporate world, doctors, teachers, and various other professions, the fragrance kind of sends a signal to the man next door to not to take her for granted, but to take her work serious. It is the best choice if you are looking to make your presence felt while giving a presentation or having an important business or client meeting.