The Strange South Fox's Wedding features notes of summer rain, orange blossom, sunflower, juniper berry, white tea and ylang-ylang. It is a perfume oil.
The Strange South's perfumes are blended by hand and bottled in small batches. They are alcohol, paraben, phthalate, and cruelty-free; the only testing being on willing human subjects.
Reddit: Application in hot, humid conditions, on hot skin - at first application the juniper is loud and tart and fresh, then the scent shifts to slightly soapy, settling down after 10-20 min into a pleasant white creaminess (amazing blending here), not at all cloying, just a hint of tartness lingering around it. The ylang-ylang rounds out the flower notes very nicely. This a smooth, old-money sort-of scent on me, sticking closely to the skin. Longevity: 4 hours min. Definitely going for a FS.
Reddit: A warm and summery floral afternoon in a golden field. What I think is sunflower is very pretty. Juniper berry is light but present. Leans soapy after some wear, which I think comes down to rain and white tea mixing with ylang-ylang and/or orange blossom. So, a fancy, good-smelling soap. This vibe calms down after a while, so I wouldn’t consider this any kind of screechy-soapy. Hours later, a simplified and very clean scent. Not mind blowing but it’s a super pleasant kind of clean skin smell that’s easy to like.