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  1. Timothée Kal's Avatar
    Blind buying can indeed be satisfying especially when you do ample research like you rightly put it and kind of have an idea what to expect.
  2. Le_Coeur_Gothique's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by sunny82
    I love this! Heartfelt and very well written. And I couldn't agree more.
    Thanks a million sunny82! I felt I had the duty of making a stand against all these fragrance bullies. Very glad to see I'm not the only one.
  3. sunny82's Avatar
    I love this! Heartfelt and very well written. And I couldn't agree more.
  4. Le_Coeur_Gothique's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by SCENTTRUNK_JOLISA
    I think you bring up some very good points in the discussion between 'niche' and 'designer'. I think brands should really communicate their story as opposed to calling themselves just a 'niche' fragrance. Niche means so many different things!
    Thank you so very much for reading and commenting SCENTTRUNK_JOLISA! Truth be told I'm still rooting for designer fragrances rather than for niche ones, their cost being a very decisive factor. I totally agree with what you say, cause in business of any form, what you are is better left to be decided by the customers and not by what you call yourself. Otherwise, arrogance is waiting just around the corner, and this is never a good thing.
  5. SCENTTRUNK_JOLISA's Avatar
    I think you bring up some very good points in the discussion between 'niche' and 'designer'. I think brands should really communicate their story as opposed to calling themselves just a 'niche' fragrance. Niche means so many different things!
  6. Le_Coeur_Gothique's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by fragrantseller
    Outstanding. I agree with many points in this blog, and liked the mention of Molinard, Caron, and Cacharel.
    Thanks a million for reading and commenting fragrantseller! Molinard, Cacharel and Caron are staples in my all-time Top 5 favourite houses, thus I was quite surprised to realise that two fifths of it are considered as niche ones nowadays. All the more reason that they are century plus old ones, and "niche" is a relatively new kid on the block.
  7. fragrantseller's Avatar
    Outstanding. I agree with many points in this blog, and liked the mention of Molinard, Caron, and Cacharel.



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