Newcomer to the Tunbridge Wells High Street, Luxe Vida is a chic boutique bursting with gifts, goodies and inspo, all against a backdrop of neon colour and a splash of animal print

With such a quirky selection of products to discover in this trove, it seemed only fitting to add some of our niche fragrance brands to the mix

There’s so many trinkets and treasures on the shelves, you can end up spending quite some time browsing what’s on offer from the moment you step through the door

Interior pieces, candles, greetings cards and clothing adorn every surface, and just when you think you’re nearly finished, the kid’s corner will lure you in with its gorgeous tiny clothes and animal rugs

We couldn’t think of a better store in our very own hometown to place our niche fragrance brands, than Luxe Vida. Stocking D.S & Durga, Ellis Brooklyn, Nasomatto, Tom Daxon, 27 87 Perfumes and Carthusia, it’s safe to say there’s an excellent selection to sniff your way through

The glistening bottles are impossible to miss as you step through the door from the street, and the friendly Vida team are on hand to take you through each line with their extensive knowledge of fragrance and joy for each brand

So, if it’s a gift you’re on the hunt for, or something for yourself, we have no doubt you’ll find it here. A niche fragrance makes for a particularly thoughtful present and Luxe Vida’s range caters for all types of people, yourself included

Ellis Brooklyn’s scents and candles are ideal for those who love uplifting scents you’ll want to spritz every day, and 27 87 Perfumes is great for a unisex choice or a molecular fragrance to enhance your own signature scent

Carthusia offers that taste of Capri sunshine and island life, alongside the armchair travelling powers of D.S. & Durga’s unusual fumes and Tom Daxon’s unique combinations

We’re very excited to see how our niche fragrance brands are received by the residents of Tunbridge Wells and beyond, and have no doubt there’s something there to tempt even the most irregular perfume wearer

Photos courtesy of Bass Film Co