Audrey Hepburn in "Breakfast at Tiffany's".
Chanel- 31 Rue Cambon
A raucous party of bergamot and patchouli,
whirling giddy with too much champagne.
Business is pleasure but when did pleasure
Pass the canapés and hold in your stomach.
Even if your feet hurt and that bit of wit fell flat,
there is a soft,
Crisp forest but it's sunny forest. Something reminding me of Sweet Woodruff too. More to come as it develops fully.
Set up and started, two passes landed at once, so lots to compare. And much bathing to test faster! I use unscented milk and oatmeal bath products so it really clears the leftover scent off, but ALL of these are strong!
This may be in a post similar to one buried deep within the site, but I feel like posting it anyway.
I have worked fragrance nearly 4 years, and had an interest in it going on 10. I have noticed a trend in the way people discuss fragrance. I also notice a lot of posts in the forum such as "I think x smells like y." A lot of times, there is little to no similarity. So thinking on it, I will try to articulate maybe a why.
When showing fragrance, i always ask what they do or
Rosae Mundi, EDP
The memory of a garden, long ago,
many summers now, the dolls on the porch
and some strawberry jam.
Raspberries. Were there raspberries, too?
Fat and glossy; warming in the sun.
We played in the sprinklers
while the robins danced.
White-hot rays glazed the
bobbing blossoms on the pink tea roses.
I can taste it now;
Updated 24th March 2014 at 11:19 PM by kumquat
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