Ari By Ariana Grande Is Coming This Fall, So Here's Everything We Know About The New Perfume
We're still anticipating the day Ariana Grande leaks the smell of her new fragrance, but until then I guess we'll have to take what we can get. Grande took to Instagram Thursday afternoon to reveal (on purpose this time, guys) Ari by Ariana Grande's perfume bottle and release month.
The performer's first namesake fragrance is set to hit stores — drum roll please — this September. This means that we have approximately two months until the singer's perfume is available for purchase, giving Grande plenty of time to spill some scented beans because, let's face it, secret keeping is obviously not her strong suit. Sixty plus days is a long time from now.
Normally, I could care less about the newest perfume on the shelf, seeing as how my sense of smell is not always top notch and I'd rather just lather on the deodorant, but Grande's sporadic hints have further caught my attention. For the record, after the "Love Me Harder" artist accidentally leaked photos of the fragrance packaging last month, I totally called the scented liquid's pink tint. Now the real question is — does it smell like a baby kitten?
While we wait for literally the last possible piece of the puzzle, here’s everything we know about Ari by Ariana Grande.
1. Its Release Month
Spread the word! We're looking at a fall fragrance, loves. Ari by Ariana Grande is set to be available for purchase this September.
2. Its Bottle Shape
It totally reminds me of Time Square's New Years Eve ball. Very round and flashy.
3. Its Packaging
According to her forbidden Snapchat, the performer's perfume comes securely wrapped in a gold-embossed lavender box featuring a photo of Grande herself. Duh, namesake label.
4. Its Color
Come on now, friends, did you really think a fragrance by Grande would be any other color but pink?
5. Its (Possible) Smell
According to Ari, her new fragrance smells like a dream. Now I'm wondering what kind of a dream that is, exactly.
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