Remember our Commodity Goods giveaway not too long

Remember our Commodity Goods giveaway not too long ago? Well this is the follow up. Our winner really dove in and took a few weeks to wear and experience all of the scents. Below is the (simplified) breakdown of what she thought of her top 5 women’s & men’s - she has quite the nose! SIDENOTE: Have you tried the Commodity fitting kit? It’s affordable ($5 - $10), it’s fun, and it’s a really great way to test out what could be your next signature scent. No I’m not promoting. I just genuinely enjoyed the Commodity experience! If you go for it (which you totally should) tweet us and tell us what you think @CultOfPretty.                       Women’s Top 5 Dew - Clean & fresh scent, like pulling a shirt right out of the dryer and still being able to smell the lingering clean after you put it away. Ivy - A lightly sweetened version of true ivy. Similar to a cup of tea you would brew when you’re under the weather. Magnolia - The most fresh and floraly of the bunch. Reminiscent of spring time in Colorado (this was her favorite and she happens to live in Colorado.) Tea - Actually smells like tea! But refreshing and soothing similar to a green tea with a little light orchid/chestnutty-ness. Mimosa - A very complex scent, starts sweet and then transforms into a tarter version of itself. It was definitely a little intriguing.  Mens Top 5 Wool - Very sweet and refreshing, easy to wear, and enjoyable! Moss - Borderline of sweet and woodsy, what comes to mind when you think of a true cologne - for those who like big scents. Cloth - Smells like a really great smelling man! Everyone noticed the scent (which was being worn by a guy btw) and gave positive feedback. Cane - Very enjoyable. Smells like a mix of perfume and cologne because it has a woody aspect but also a sweet lightness to it. Book - This one was interesting because it really does smell like a book! Could be a sexy scent if you enjoy vintage old works of literature. ;) Products c/o the brand, Image via  -Kristin 

Remember our Commodity Goods giveaway not too long ago? Well this is the follow up. Our winner really dove in and took a few weeks to wear and experience all of the scents. Below is the (simplified) breakdown of what she thought of her top 5 women’s & men’s - she has quite the nose!

SIDENOTE: Have you tried the Commodity fitting kit? It’s affordable ($5 - $10), it’s fun, and it’s a really great way to test out what could be your next signature scent. No I’m not promoting. I just genuinely enjoyed the Commodity experience! If you go for it (which you totally should) tweet us and tell us what you think @CultOfPretty. 

                    

Women’s Top 5

Dew - Clean & fresh scent, like pulling a shirt right out of the dryer and still being able to smell the lingering clean after you put it away.

Ivy - A lightly sweetened version of true ivy. Similar to a cup of tea you would brew when you’re under the weather.

Magnolia - The most fresh and floraly of the bunch. Reminiscent of spring time in Colorado (this was her favorite and she happens to live in Colorado.)

Tea - Actually smells like tea! But refreshing and soothing similar to a green tea with a little light orchid/chestnutty-ness.

Mimosa - A very complex scent, starts sweet and then transforms into a tarter version of itself. It was definitely a little intriguing. 

Mens Top 5

Wool - Very sweet and refreshing, easy to wear, and enjoyable!

Moss - Borderline of sweet and woodsy, what comes to mind when you think of a true cologne - for those who like big scents.

Cloth - Smells like a really great smelling man! Everyone noticed the scent (which was being worn by a guy btw) and gave positive feedback.

Cane - Very enjoyable. Smells like a mix of perfume and cologne because it has a woody aspect but also a sweet lightness to it.

Book - This one was interesting because it really does smell like a book! Could be a sexy scent if you enjoy vintage old works of literature. ;)

Products c/o the brand, Image via 

-Kristin