Golden Autumn (1948)
    by Long Lost Perfume (orig. by Prince Matchabelli)

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    Golden Autumn is a women's fragrance by Long Lost Perfume. The scent was launched in 1948

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    I haven't smelled this in almost 50 years, and can still remember it. It managed to be warm without any fuzziness: sun-warm, not sweater-warm, if that makes any sense. Golden, transparent and just sweet enough. I'd definitely wear it today.

    28th November, 2011

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    Golden Autumn was a lovely, golden, leafy, rich cool weather fragrance. It felt like I had on a cozy knit sweater when I used it. In the 99-Cent Only stores, they sell a perfume called California. It smells somewhat like Golden Autumn but it does not last as long. If I remember correctly, Cachet (from Prince Matchabelli, too) also smelled like Golden Autumn.

    16th August, 2009

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