I just blind-bought a mini of BaV at a junk/antiques/curios shop. I loved the fragrance, and was amazed by its legendary longevity. Then, I started experimenting with layering. I started with Jazz, because I think it is a related fragrance. The result was impressive, the two frags fitting together to make something bigger than both. I was not surprised to find it was lingering on my arm for most of the next day. Then, I decided to try another YSL, Opium pour Homme. This didn't work nearly
As noted before...this is mainly for my own personal reference...or whatever.
I am SO happy that the weather is turning colder here in Denmark and I can get back to wearing my favorite summer-inappropriate scents. I have been swapping like crazy on MUA and have recently fallen in love with Etat Libre d Oranges Fat Electrician. I was given a 3ml sample and after two wearings I have ordered a bottle, finances be damned. I had earmarked that money for a bottle of L'Heure but I guess it will
I recently recieved these as gifts. Which would you consider as a signature scent:
Blue Sugar Aqualina
Eau d'Sud Annick Goutal
Originally Posted by kumquat
Jil Sander No.4
Blinded by hot waves of tuberose;
I am reminded of what it means to be feminine.
The cool water of a gentle stream is a welcome contrast
to the warmth of the oriental bloom of spices here.
The blue skies and puffy clouds dry the
clean white towels for a glorious sun bath.
The last of the summer.
Top notes; Plum, Peach, Anise, Coriander
Updated 9th September 2010 at 10:03 PM by kumquat
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