Lazy Sunday Morning Maison Martin Margiela

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Lazy Sunday Morning is a super clean, unisex summer fragrance. It’s light and airy with just a touch of sweetness. Think clean laundry, snuggled up in a warm blanket just out of the dryer. This is the epitome of the “clean linens drying in the sun while the summer breeze carries the fragrance of flowers in full bloom” fantasy. It’s soapy clean with just a hint of florals.

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The main notes I detect while wearing are clean white musk/ambroxan slightly sweetened by pear and orange blossoms with a hint of lily of the valley and roses. And though patchouli is listed as a base note I really don’t detect it at all. The dried down base, to me smells very much like Juliette Has a Gun “Anyway” and “Not a Perfume”, if you’ve ever tried them before.Β 

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I get a solid 6 hours of wear, which is pretty good for an eau de toilette. And though the projection is relatively low, staying close to the skin, the sillage is incredibly beautiful. I would love to have the candle version of this!

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Lazy Sunday Morning is very easy to wear and completely non-offensive so it would work well as an office friendly/close quarters type fragrance. It’s squeaky clean and oh so cozy. A fragrance for when you don’t want to wear a fragrance as it wears as if it were a second skin or a better smelling version of yourself lol. If you love soapy clean fragrances without the super synthetic detergent vibe, this is a beautiful one to check out!Β 

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Season: Spring/Summer

Top: Aldehydes, Pear, Lily of the Valley

Heart: Rose, Iris, Orange Blossom

Base: White Musk, Patchouli, Ambrette

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