Superdry fragrance: a style statement

British superbrand Superdry are making a style statement with their scent and packaging

Superdry fragrance: a style statement
22 May 2012

GSN loves to smell good, so when we got the chance to test Superdry’s steel and black range, it really was worth it.

As usual, British superbrand Superdry are making a style statement with fresh and modern fragrances, supported in their sleek packaging that will look good on any shelf.

Great as a gift for that special person in your life, or why not treat yourself and get everyone talking (in a good way) about your new smell.

The two scents are made for the male market, but we’re sure their fresh tones won’t displease the female nose too.

Superdry steel is refreshing fragrance, with top notes of lime and bergamot, a hint of cardamom and violet leaves to name but a few. The sleek silver steel and embossed blue glass bottle with a flip-up lid creates a great signature to compliment the range.

Superdry black has hints of lavender, jasmine, thyme, coriander and nutmeg, sweetened by a juicy lime note. A very unique take on a fragrance that we’re sure will get everyone asking ‘what’s that you’re wearing?’

The Superdry steel and black range is available in two sizes, 75ml £39 (61 €48) and 40ml £29.50 ($46 €36) from a range of stockists in the UK. Also available to purchase internationally on Superdry’s website.

To say thank you to our fans we got four of these fragrances to give away. Head over to our twitter page to be in with a chance to win one. Good luck!

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