...I get the idea of "old lady" clothes...frumpy, sexless items that forget the pleasures of the senses....but "Old Lady Perfume?" The mere act of applying scent is an acknowledgement of the sensual....
Once, buying good perfume was a right of passage, when a girl asserted her "grownup-ness" by buying a serious fragrance. But, now, femininity in fragrance is girlishness. And, yes, One meaning of Feminine is Girlish. But, there's another.
"Old Lady Perfume" rules. It has no use for candy coatings.
"Old Lady Perfume" would kick your ass, but "Old Lady Perfume" is far too elegant to be so vulgar.
So, Old Lady lovers....what brings you here? Do you collect vintage formulations, historic scents? Do you love a beautiful fragrance that has stood the test of time? Maybe you want to share your latest find from ebay or a local flea market! This is the place!