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 ?
Hellllooo dahhlings, just got in the door and kicked off my work boots-coffee's brewing for mumsy, my daughter just got out the door for the bus and breakfast is getting cold. Amazingly it is was during this very same situation yesterday when I experienced a revelation of the olfactory kind.
It had been a real drag of a night at work (I work at Florida State Prison, and believe you me, that place has a special fragrance all it's own). I had just broke off a bit of almond biscotti-the
Henri Rousseau, The Snake Charmer, 1907
Exquisite leather and deepest orange liqueur;
a swirl of woods and dark delight.
Dancing, running, into dangerous night.
Animals; cunning, strong and still loving,
the smooth blackness of the ancient trees.
Orange Flower, Cardamom, Ginger, Orange
Oliban, Cinnamon, Tuberose, Sandalwood,
Updated 14th January 2012 at 08:26 PM by kumquat