When Tocca emerged in the '90s, the fashion label represented a special kind of hippie chic: the expensive, almost-too-pretty kind embodied by their Parisian floral prints, their stiff lace sheath dresses, and their Gwyneth-and-friends poster girls.
Now the label's mellowed out, but its prim-and-pretty vibe still carries on, thanks in part to a new solid perfume. Called Brigitte by Tocca, the fragrance has a very grown-up whiff of sandlewood and musk mixed with its ginger and rhubarb flavors, all inspired by '60s-era Brigitte Bardot riding her bicycle through the south of France.
Even better? They've stashed their new scent in a perfume solid, meaning you can get it through airport security without a hassle for the holidays - whether you're flying coach or one of Gwynnie's private jets...
--FARAN KRENTCIL$30 at Tocca.com