Recently I had the pleasure of attending the launch of the wonderful release from SoFragrance. I know this is becoming a brand I feature on a regular basis however I feel that their range is a great affordable collection which you can easily pick up at your local drugstore. Normally when I look at other reviews it always starts with “I use to love So..?” however I have personally fallen back in love with So..?.
So…? have been releasing newer and fresher fragrances recently and I would say they are still strong contenders in the affordable perfume market. Luckily I received these for free in order to give you my personal and honest review.
The event was enough to get anyone excited. If you’ve never been to Elan Cafe in Knightsbridge then I would highly recommend you do. Not only was it perfect for a photo at any angle it the range of food and drinks were stunningly presented. Even better the food was entirely vegan whilst the coffees were served with the So…? logo. Many of bloggers and So…? lovers were in attendance and I was lucky enough to have joined them.
There are a huge amount of SoFragrances to pick from. This latest release is called Sorbet Dream which is just a perfect name for a scent. It is just as delicious as the name with notes of marshmallow and raspberry. In terms of packaging, this is very much on trend with Summers ’18’s fashionable purple being the main shade. As always this is keeping in line with the So range and is priced at a reasonable £6.99.
If you have loved the previous scents from So Fragrance then you’ll certainly love this one. The great thing is that it also has a matching body mist. The benefit of having a matching body mist is that it can refresh a fragrance keeping your scent fresher for longer. The range just keeps expanding and so it is great to check them out and see how they compare. So…? are available in local stockists including Asda, Superdrug and BootsUK.
If you are new to the brand then be sure to check out my previous posts CLICK HERE.
Will you be giving Sorbet Dream a try?