just ordered UNGARO III the famous basenotes sweetheart..the infamous dark vampire woody rose of a fragrance!!!!! cant wait to get my hands on it... a visit to mussuorie(fingers crossed) is in store.. a great place to try it out... lets see what pleasures it brings into my world...
hello my fellow country men.. again i just wanna remind you that this hobby as addicting as it is is not that rewarding when it comes to budget matters as er our country settings!!!! so here is a thread to bring together the serious and avid collectors so that all of us get a chance to have what we individually cannot!!!!!
yazi here.. i am from india and it is a great pleasure to be here.. i was always into fragrances but recently only i hv taken up this hobby seriously..though its a costly one but its worth.. i hv started collecting for about a fortnight and presently am a proud owner of 8 bottles.. but as being in INDIA there is a disadvantage cuz of ..well.. exchange rates sucks..lol.. no national group of splitters/swap/decants etc..lets hope i grow well in this community and
Originally Posted by kumquat
Caron - Fleurs de Rocaille
Fairytale colors strewn along a glorious path,
I am lead to a bright stream that cools my feet.
So many flowers it's impossible to choose.
The amber and sandalwood encompasses them all
in a sunny glow that displays their finery.
Created by Ernest Daltroff, in 1934 in USA.
This is vintage parfum.
A floral fragrance with notes;
Updated 5th May 2012 at 08:37 PM by kumquat
Oh dear, my deepest fear. As if it isn't enough to have a best friend who is "allergic" to perfume--says it gives her migraines--I have heard dreaded words out of the mouth of my most beloved, my sweet hubby. I think we were on the border of a problem when I first brought home a sample of Creed's Jasmine Imperatrice Eugenie. That is, I could almost literally see him holding his tongue. I could tell it was "too much" for him. But he didn't actually VERBALIZE it. Then.