I've been looking at my small perfume collection and eyeing up the Britney Spears Fantasies - I have Fantasy and Midnight Fantasy - and feeling I am too old for them. I like how Fantasy smells of raspberry spongecake to me and Midnight is all woodland berries and almonds to my nose, but I smell them on youngsters a lot. In a way, my first time ever visiting the Christian Dior counter has brought me of age: with Dolce Vita I have grown up. I love sweet scents but I no longer love Britney Spears
Today I received in the mail (samples)
Tauer L' du Desert Marocain
Comme des Garcons Series 3 incense Avignon
Comme des Garcons series2 RED- Sequoia
Guerlain L'instant de Guerlain edp
Tauer is really strong and smells like the inside of a cigar box
Sequoia is amazing....Love it
Avignon is so well done...love it
Guerlain is ok but I'm not in love with it just yet
Went to NYC. It was rainy, so a bit miserable. We were gonna take the ferry, but its caused us some headaches in the past so we decided to drive right in. Usually my stepdad, who grew up in Staten Island, will go with us since he knows how to do everything. He doesn't really LIKE going, but he will to help us out. We decided to go without him this time, so it was just us. I was the driver.
The driving itself was intense, especially when we got close to Times Square. People honking
My mum gave me some Christmas money so I went to Debenhams. I tried Guerlain's Shalimar because I am fascinated by its age and how different it is - it reminds me of my gran and her sisters. I also looked at Marc Jacobs Daisy but I think I'll get that in a few months when I can wear it as a springtime fragrance. I settled on Christian Dior's Dolce Vita which I fell in love with just before Christmas when I went on a shopping adventure with a gentleman friend of the family.
What do you guys think?
Not just smell but longevity,projection etc....
Which is the most versatile?
Is the ginger offensive or out of place in DHS?
Are they classroom scents?
High school age guy.
also is only the brave worth the price ?
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