As you have probably already guessed, this is an article about the irrational prices at which many discontinued and thus rare fragrances are offered (and possibly sold) nowadays. I know that everything is a matter of supply and demand, but come on now! What's wrong with all these people? Since when finding some old perfumes while cleaning their grandparents' basement means they could make a Ferrari out of them?
As we speak, someone is selling this bottle of Guerlain's Derby on a well known
Updated 1st July 2015 at 11:34 PM by Le_Coeur_Gothique
Bal a Versailles Perfume (Parfum) and EDT are now available to the public at 40% off direct from the manufacturer. Please visit our official website www.jeandesprez.com to order.
The great thing about blind buying a well researched fragrance is that it forces you to get to know the fragrance and see it's beautiful aspects. You begin to break the fragrance down and all of a sudden there are notes and periods of development that you do enjoy. You might start wearing the fragrance in various different dosages to determine what works best on your skin. You might wear it in different temperatures and find it works best in winter or summer. Application is just as important
Updated 22nd June 2015 at 12:37 AM by NickZee
The reason was there for quite a long time now, but the cause was inadvertently given to me by a kind lady who sent me a 10ml bottle of Tosca perfume. I've read a number of reviews just out of curiosity, and I was fed up by the "old lady stinker" kind of comments, apparently written by people who think that the nth flanker of "Eau de Hush and Give Us Your Money" is the ultimate achievement in perfume history. But this time it was different. This time it got personal. Tosca was
Updated 18th June 2015 at 08:10 AM by Le_Coeur_Gothique
It's so funny to look back on the other post I made on this blog from May 2012. In three years I've changed so much as far as perfume is concerned. It seems strange to me that it was only three years ago that I bought up all these designer fragrances which I would never wear now because they all smell tinny to me somehow. Meanwhile I find myself having to talk myself down from buying $200-$300 perfumes more often than I would like. My taste must be a little off since nobody ever seems to do splits
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