Good news for all the extreme Disney fans! Now you can pay almost $400 to buy the fragrance from the House of Sillage and “smell like Mickey Mouse.” Or you can spend almost $300 to have Minnie Mouse lipstick!
I’m giving credit where credit is due. This find came to us from Chip and Co. Me being me, I couldn’t resist covering this one. For the cost of some Disney Resort Hotel nights, you can buy perfume that smells like Mickey Mouse.
My husband wants to know if Mickey Mouse smells like “sweat and minimum wage?” I think he might have a hint of “desperation” and a lot of “cash” smell as well. But it turns out neither of us were correct. Mickey Mouse apparently smells like “..sparkling notes of refreshing Coconut, Cocoa, and Sweet Vanilla”
Why is it so expensive?
Because the bottle is fancy. It’s made of “Fine French glass” that is “Hand-painted by skilled haute joaillerie artisans” and “adorned with over 100 Swarovski crystals & plated in 18k gold.”
“Limited quantities, produced worldwide.
• Housed in a Limited Edition Collectors Box
• Bottle is crafted from the finest quality French glass.
• Hand-painted by skilled huate joaillerie artisans.
• Adorned with over 100 Swarovski crystals & plated in 18K gold”
Here’s the write-up:
“This joyful fragrance transports you to the magical world of Disney with their iconic Mickey Mouse & Minnie Mouse. Celebrating the greatest love story ever known between Minnie Mouse and Mickey Mouse. Created by House of Sillage Founder & CEO Nicole Mather, This whimsical scent for all is symbolic of the famous couple’s ever-loving relationship. Incorporating sparkling notes of refreshing Coconut, Cocoa, and Sweet Vanilla. Dynamically presented in a playful Mickey silhouette design cap with 18K gold accent and embellished with diamond-cut Swarovski crystals, a hallmark of innovation and elegance. Let’s embark on a journey to experience and capture the feeling of true love.
The Disney x House of Sillage Collection was created by Founder & CEO Nicole Mather to celebrate the greatest love story ever known of Mickey Mouse & Minnie Mouse. A magical escape into the meeting of two worlds, House of Sillage and Disney.
• Top Notes: Bergamot, Mandarin, Cardamom
• Heart Notes: Orange Blossom Absolute, Coconut milk, Cocoa Absolute
• Base Notes: Modern Amber, Sandalwood, Tonka, Vanilla
• 75 mL/ 2.5 fl. oz.
• Fragrance For All”
So it’s about 5 Tablespoons of chocolate coconut cookie fragrance in a fancy bottle for almost $400.
Why it might be worth it to some collectors:
Some collectors may want to purchase a bottle simply because they can keep the bottle as a display piece when they are done, as I’m sure most of the expense is the bottle anyway. Some people would pay that just for the hand-painted art piece so if you look at it that way, yes I can understand the pricing.
Collectors love rare pieces and this piece is limited.
Plus, if you want to spend another $300 you can buy the matching Minnie Mouse Bow lipstick and case!
Here’s the write-up:
“House of Sillage has brought haute joaillerie to luxury cosmetics with the new Limited Edition Disney Mickey Mouse & Minnie Mouse. Finished in an iconic and joyful red enamel, this vibrant Bow Lipstick Case was inspired by Minnie Mouse’s Bow, and her sweet and fun-loving personality. Encrusted with over 300 hand-placed diamond-cut Swarovski crystals, this Bow Lipstick Case creates an adorable hallmark of elegance and opulence. This playful Bow Lipstick Case includes a lipstick refill in our new Diamond Powder Satin Finish Lipstick in the color “Magical”, a joyful bright red that is unique to this limited-edition Bow Lipstick Case Set exclusively.
• Limited quantities produced worldwide.
• Hand-painted by skilled haute joaillerie artisans.
• Encrusted with over 300 Swarovski crystals & plated in 18K gold.
• Refillable with your favorite House of Sillage Diamond Powder Lipstick
• 1 x Mickey & Minnie Magical World Collection Bow Lipstick
• 1 x 3 mL/0.105 oz Diamond Powder Satin Lipstick – Magical
• 1 x Mickey & Minnie Magical World Collection case and pouch – Limited Edition”
Wow! If you have the money and want it go for it. It’s not something I would spend $400 on personally, but you do you!
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