Byredo Mojave Ghost

byredo mojave ghost perfume

It’s not since I first discovered Viktor & Rolf’s ‘Flowerbomb’ as a girl barely out of university, that I’ve felt quite so smitten with a fragrance, but Mojave Ghost from Byredo has captivated my senses in a way that few other perfumes have. With a lingering floral sweetness and musky undertones, the scent is so full-bodied and rich, and the only perfume that’s currently made it into daily rotation – I am an all or nothing kind of girl, after all.

It’s only taken the one scent (plus a mini vial of ‘Gypsy Water’) to get me hooked on Byredo’s beautiful – and luxurious – perfumes, and I get the feeling it’s going to be one heck of a pricey obsession. Next on my list? The sumptuous smelling Bal D’Afrique; the perfect winter accessory (along with a good pair of boots, and a thick lambswool scarf!).


  1. Sarah April 15, 2017 / 10:07 am

    Byredo fragrances completely reinvigorated my love of perfume! I started with Black Saffron, it’s absolutely divine. My tip if you’re not sure which one to commit to next is to buy the hand creams. They’re not too expensive and you can use it as a body cream – that way you get a feel for whether you really like the scent on your skin. I am currently slathering on Bal D’Afrique

    • jamie-lee April 15, 2017 / 11:13 am

      That is SUCH a great idea!! I found it really tough to decide when I was in the store and I went with Mojave Ghost just as I felt like Gypsy Water was a bit overdone and I wanted something a little different and I’m honestly hooked. Will have to check out their body creams next time I’m at Mecca 🙂

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