'The Ladies Waldegrave', Joshua Reynolds, 1780
This wicked, subtle chypre conceals its gentle sting
beneath warm vanilla and amber.
Citrus and oakmoss combine to create the tangy
undertow. Powerful wafting clouds of spicy powder,
gracefully linger. Sun lights the rooms and wine flows.
This is original formula; created, 1941
Updated 16th March 2011 at 04:49 PM by kumquat
I love Samsara on my wife and think its the sexiest scent in the world for women-not floral or fruity but....sexy!
I,m an older guy that was brought up in the era (1970,s) where scents where pungent, spicy and musky- happy days!
Is there any male scents that are similar nowadays or can anyone give me the name of a cologne the guys used that was about in the mid 70,s that was so musky that you could smell it in the next room-loved it!
anybody knows a similar scent to "what about adam"? i miss is! discontinued.what a pitty
As usual this web log serves as a confessional. Forgive me, fragrances, for I have sinned.
My confession. I hoard.
I remember back in the 1970's, food in the grocery store did not have expiration dates. They didn't have nutritional data labels either. But that's beside the point. When did food start having an expiration date? They always did. 'Just I guess due to litigation, they actually had to start guesstimating and using a date beyond which they would not
I just got some vintage Emeraude. It smelled like moth balls for 5 minutes before I got the familiar scent I remember from the 70's.
Chanel No. 5. I finally get it. The aldehydes smell like bleached linen. If I hadn't read the Secret History of Chanel No. 5 I would never have understood that.
Tried Black Orchid at Bloomingdales. My boyfriend reacted very positively. He said, "that one is for night."
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