Flowering from it’s vase-like bottle, the Lola by Marc Jacobs perfume is what critics have been calling “the older sister” of Jacobs’ last perfume, Daisy. Though some found the bottle overdone, I found it to be a perfect reflection of the classic eclectic and quirky Marc Jacobs style that we all know and love (who else can get away with making mouse flats?) and delightfully outlandish next to the rest of the boxy perfume bottles. Not to mention, with Karlie Kloss as the face of the campaign I knew it had to be absolutely splendid, because if the model reflects the product, what wouldn’t be to love about Lola?
What do you all think?