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Beauty Code: BUR0381
1 product size $27.79
Citrus Fruit, Pomegranate
Freesia, Rose, Lily Of The Valley
The summer fragrance for women Burberry Summer 2013 is an entirely new interpretation of the classic and elegant version of the fragrance from 1995. Summer 2013 perfume is very fresh and it will enchant you with its extraordinarily deep notes. Experience this unique cocktail full of freshness that is artfully based on a sensual woody base and enjoy a summer full of joy, well-being and never ending freedom!
The very beginning of Burberry Summer 2013 opens with refreshing accords of juicy citruses that are put alongside sweet essences of delicate pomegranate. The heart of the fragrance is pervaded by notes of blooming freesia, playful lily of the valley and seductive rose. The delicate floral bouquet is complemented with warm notes of captivating wood and precious pure musk. This exclusive women's perfume by the legendary and world-wide popular brand Burberry is well-suited for all-day wear. You will appreciate its enchanting scent especially in spring and summer months.
Experience the feeling of never ending excitement! The unique women's perfume Burberry Summer 2013 will give you a proper amount of new energy and underline your sex appeal. The fragrance comes in an elegant oval bottle that will enchant you with its beautiful and positive colour! Summer 2013 perfume is designed in an original spirit, just like all the other Burberry fragrances that are always extraordinary and cannot be mistaken for any other.
Burberry was born back in 1856, when 21 year old Thomas Burberry opened a small fashion shop in the English Hampshire. Burberry is one of many British fashion brands, and all the more valuable. Little did Burberry know that a great deal of well-deserved wealth awaited him. In the 1950s, Burberry was a universal brand and became the main supplier for Queen Elizabeth II.
Burberry was the choice of fragrance for Prince Charles of Wales in 1989. What better way of promoting a brand is there than by having it flaunted by royalty?