Review: Marc Jacobs Rain

Mr Neo Luxe Review Marc Jacobs Splash RainIf you think of  rain and can’t escape your romantic side, rest assured you’re not alone. From that unforgettable scene in the Notebook to Bridget Jones and Mark Darcy on a deserted London street corner, it’s no wonder many of us are seduced by the sound and smell of rain.

Whether you love it or loathe it, Marc Jacobs has released the 2016 Splash collection and back by popular demand is the fragrance Rain. This watery floral is refreshing and crisp, just like a summer shower.

Fragrance name: Marc Jacobs Rain

Notes: wet cut grass, sparkling wild strawberry, clementine zest, dewy cypress, tropical rain accord, passion flower, sunshine flower, white orchid, beech amber, tree moss, musk and teakwood.

Described as: a watery floral scent which is refreshing and cool. Rain combines fresh, floral and aquatic notes to create a scent which is light-hearted and easy going in the spirit of the Marc Jacobs brand.

Wear it: This casual fragrance is suitable for almost any occasion. Its refreshing notes make it ideal for wear during the warmer months or during your next summer getaway.

Price: Marc Jacobs Rain 100ml EDT $69. Marc Jacobs Splash Collection is available for a limited at selected Myer and David Jones stores nationally. To locate your nearest stockist, call 1800 812 663 (Australia only).

The verdict: This fragrance is back by popular demand for good reason. It’s soft, refreshing and unique. With so many floral fragrances for women, Rain sets itself apart with its distinctive blend of notes which cater to a number or different women – it’s a people pleaser and a great gift idea.


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