BYREDO Gypsy Water


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I think I’ve mentioned to you all before that if I could describe myself in one word as a scent it would be an elf, a woodland elf to be exact. If you’ve ever smelled Diptyque’s Tam Dao then you know what I’m talking about! Gypsy Water is a very masculine pine scent but still has something very refreshing to it. Here is what the scent consists of…


I must admit the packaging alone is dreamy, hefty and a minimalists dream. It has a magnetic top which makes application that much more satisfying (are bloggers the only ones who think about this sh*t). I foresee an addiction starting and possibly placed another order for a lil somethin somethin! It’s very pricey investment indeed but so worth trying once or twice.

  • Corinne Iaia

    Love your review! I knew you’d love Gypsy Water and Byredo in general 🙂

    xx, Corinne

  • Fire Flies

    This looks so stylish and pretty! I love your props and photos, so pretty and chic! BTW I just noticed how lovely your design is!

    xx |

  • Lisa | Stories of Style

    I really like the look of the Byredo products and would love to try them. It’s just a case of justifying the price tag! PS I recently discovered this blog and I love it!
    Lisa xx |

  • katia psiachoulia

    I think that Byredo is a dream in general and i love Gypsy Water. I believe that you would love Blanche and Bal dAfrique!! Kisses from Greece

  • beauty bloss

    Byredo scents are intoxicating in the most beautiful way. My favourite is Blanche x

  • Nur Aishah

    Byredo just hit shores here in singapore and I think I know what scent to pick up when I’m there 😉


  • Kaisa Metusala

    Not only bloggers think about this sh*t – what an awesome design combined with the heavenly scents of Byredo. It was such a nice discovery after purchasing my own personal bottle. I own a bottle of Pulp, which is maybe stronger and more sweet, than Gypsy Water, but it’s SOOO good. I feel so special (in a good way, ofcourse 😉 ) when I’m using it! So I def recommend you to try it out, if you have a possibility (is Byredo sold in the States?) 🙂