The floral fragrance is heavy on jasmine, which the actress says is one of her all-time favorite scents and evokes memories of her childhood in California. And according to Jen, Jennifer Aniston The Perfume has strong, sentimental ties to Jennifer Aniston The Human Lady; she said, “I wanted this fragrance to be a personal library of scent memories.” The bottle’s design even reflects Jen’s interest in architecture: The low-profile vessel is meant to hearken the aesthetic of a Frank Gehry building.
Per the online listing, Jen’s scent memories include hints of West Coast citrus, sandalwood and coastal wildflowers—a paean to her love of the ocean and its pleasant-smelling environs. Yum! But… hypothetically, would it be weird if we were disappointed that “Jennifer Aniston” doesn’t smell like 1990s trend hair, David Schwimmer and a grudge against Angelina Jolie?
Do you want to slather yourself in Jennifer Aniston, The Perfume?