I'm just going to ramble a little on a subject i find very interesting, due to my enthusiasm for vintage fragrance.
My memories of my "Nana" fragrance-wise, are kind of fond. She had in the drawer of her sideboard, a very cheap cosmetic bag, which contained all of her cosmetics and fragrance. It was very sparse, and had a cardboard tub of "rouge", a red lipstick, and red nail polish. And casually thrown in there, was her fragrance collection. A miniature
so, as i previously blogged, my mother in law had earmarked an old ladies perfume, and was sending it to me.
I received today, 2 medium rate priority boxes, jam packed with all kinds of goodies. A picture speaks a thousand words, so i did just that, and took pictures of my haul. I am still speechless anyway, and the palpitations of excitement have not yet worn off.
Here are my goodies:
So, it's Saturday, my garage sale day, and being new to vintage collecting, i thought this might be a previously unplundered wealth of vintage treasure.
My other attempts - Craigslist ads - brought me 1 success, then several spectacular failures, where i got ripped off and cheated. My fault, i had not researched the fragrances i was purchasing, until i got them home, and found i could have bought them brand new and cheaper elsewhere. I have also bought a bottle, that didn't even spray, and
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