Taylor Swift Launches New Fragrance
July 16, 2011 by Post Team
Taylor Swift Launches New Fragrance, Taylor Swift is on track to become a franchise. The “average” singer recently announced that it would debut a bottled fragrance called wonder – which happens to be a letter from ‘Enchanted’, the song inspired by Adam Owl City Young.
“I wrote the lyrics,” I marvel, blushing all the way home, ‘for’ Enchanted ‘song the first time you meet someone, “Taylor said in a statement.” A fragrance can help the first impression that someone forms and the memory of you. It is exciting to think that awe has a role in creating some of those memories. ”
While the singer of ‘Love Story’ does not come right out and say, ‘This goes for you, owl city, “Young Adam confirmed that” awe “is a word used in an email to Swift, said he had never heard before. “We sent them back and forth for a while and she made a comment that I used the word” happy “and” amazed “the word in an email and said she had never really heard before using that word, so when the word was in the song, I like this song has to be about me, “said singer Owl City Magazine USA. Moreover,” Adam “name appears when decoding messages Taylor’s lyrical secret, so there is no denying this song for him.
While the young man should feel especially honored by the release of perfume, the scent is amazed at the heart of Taylor, too, since it is a mixture of your favorite scents. The statement described as “The perfect beauty of freesia, apple blossom and raspberry unleash a spiral of vitality and feminine charm … In the heart, a sweet vanilla happy surprise is adorned with honeysuckle airy, sunlit and white Hibiscus … Notes of sandalwood, amber and gold are woven with lush peach kiss. ”
Sounds delicious! Do you think it is safe to drink, too? We cannot wait to get our hands, wrists, and the lips of this new perfume Swift when floating in stores this October.
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