Almost every fashion girl has at least one distinct memory of staring into her mom’s closet or sitting in front of her vanity and being in complete awe of how wonderfully chic she is. But what stays with you the most is the scent of her perfume lingering in the room.
Bloggers Jenny Bernheim of Margo & Me, Mija Flatau of Mija, and Kat Tanita of With Love From Kat relive their favorite moments with their moms, the style advice they remember, and the scent from Chloé fragrances that exudes French-girl style.
Keep scrolling to see their French-girl style lessons.
SHOP THE PERFUME:
“My mom used to mix perfumes when I was growing up. Her scent was a combination of floral and citrus tones—very light and crisp.” — Kat Tanita, With Love from Kat
“My mom is incredibly elegant. Her signature uniform is a cashmere sweater, pearl earrings, cropped trousers, and ballet flats—very French and very effortless.” — Kat Tanita, With Love from Kat
“What I loved most was to sit at my mom’s vanity, which was draped in French toile. I’d watch in amazement as she pinched the tassel atomizer. I relive these moments each time I pick up a fragrance that exudes a velvety elegance, like Roses de Chloé.” — Jenny Bernheim, Margo & Me
SHOP THE PERFUME:
“When thinking of what to gift someone on any occasion, especially Mother's Day, the most special thing you can do is to give it a personal touch.” — Jenny Bernheim, Margo & Me
Shop The Look:
“My mum lives in Germany and I live in Los Angeles, so we have to Skype on Mother’s Day. I’ll be sitting in bed with a small breakfast at my computer, all ready to chat with my mom.” — Mija Flatau, Mija
What’s the best style advice your mom has given you? Tell us what perfume your mom used in the comments below.