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    Re: Choose one from each house

    Guerlain: Shalimar

    Caron: Tabac Blond parfum

    Serge Lutens: Fleurs de Citronnier

    Frederic Malle: Carnal Flower

    Chanel: Coco parfum
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    Re: Scents you've TRIED to love and can't

    Mitsouko. Tried it again in EdT this time. It's still bitter, musty, dusty on me.

    L'Heure Bleue. Like burning rubber on me...oh well.

    Just about all of the Carons. I keep trying them every...
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    Re: Question for PotL experts!

    I own a generous decant of the EdP (parfum- yes, I really think it's EdP- but a good EdP.) Definitely think there is a difference between the concentrations too. EdT- is sweeter, fruitier and it...
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    Re: Most Worn In May

    8- Coco Chanel
    5- Hiris
    4- Fracas, Dunhill Desire
    3- Shaal Nur, Tauer Incense Rose, Chanel No 19,
    2- Shalimar, Montale Aoud Roses Petals, Norma Kamali Lavande, Lea Extreme

    1- Lolita Lempicka,...
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    Re: Most worn in March and 1st Quarter

    Wow Tigs- Serge Lutens for sure- you weren't kidding!

    Here are my stats:

    March 2008:

    7 – Norma Kamali Lavande
    5 – Shalimar
    3 – Aqaba; Fiore Bianco; Tauer Incense Rose
    2 – Organza;...
  6. Re: ladies I would like your opinions please

    Great- enjoy your new stash!

    LouLou- I really wanted to love this one. I didn't remember it from the BIG '80's fragrances. On me it was "violently" powdery. It was just too much for me. There...
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    Re: Shalima-in the heat. QUESTION..

    Heat degrades perfume. Will this incident degrade your bottle enough for you to notice it? Maybe not. Either way, I'd try not to make a habit of it. Also, it would seem that extreme temperature...
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    Re: Sexy chypre? Or no?

    Caron Tabac Blonde in extrait. Very smooth, skin-like and sexy. I prefer it over Bandit.
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    Re: Most worn in February?

    7- Norma Kamali Lavande
    6- Lolita Lempicka (original one)
    3- Coco; Fracas
    2- Malmaison Carnation; Shalimar; Organza; Norma Kamali Incense; Initial; Quelques Fleurs

    1 off wearings: Lavender...
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    Re: Just in case you gals cared...

    Wow- Romance huh? That one seemed cloyingly sweet and synthetic when I tried it a number of years ago. Perhaps the dryout isn't so bad if it agrees with your skin chemistry?

    Always great to get...
  11. Re: The official smell of pancake make-up and the once a week wash and set.

    Thanks everyone- all your descriptions help tremendously. Am still curious to try it...
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    Re: Recommend something for the new girl?

    Dunhill Desire for Women- starts our fresh with a fruity citrus edge and warms to an Oriental Vanilla/Ambre. It's a little older, but can still be found on-line.
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    Re: Sniffing in France!

    Sounds like a lovely trip- would certainly enjoy sniffing perfumes in France someday myself!

    You certainly showed lots of restraint in not buying anything. Hope you enjoy your Aromatics Elixir!
  14. Re: please don't throw anything at me, other than suggestions..for I bruise easily..

    Wow- I guess I'd also have to say, "Good luck with your friend!" If she likes to douse herself in something as sweet and powerful as Pink Sugar it might take her awhile to open up to fragrances that...
  15. Re: please don't throw anything at me, other than suggestions..for I bruise easily..

    Shalimar
    Feminite du Bois
    Chanel No 5 (especially parfum extrait)
    Bois des Iles
    Eau de Patou
    Agent Provocateur
    Bandit
    Cabochard
    Un Jardin Sur Le Nil
  16. Re: The official smell of pancake make-up and the once a week wash and set.

    Is this the first one- Scherrer? I've been curious about this one. Did you try it in EdP, parfum or EdT?

    So, it's "musty" huh? I'm looking for "dry" not necessarily "musty." Can you compare...
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    Re: the Ultimate Rose Fragrance?!?

    Great recommendations already- one of my faves- Aoud Roses Petals- has already been mentioned several times.

    A few others that I feel are worth mentioning:

    Joy- in parfum, if you can find it. ...
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    Re: SotD Saturday 16 February

    It's a Fracas day.
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    Re: fruity floral

    I think Osmoz considers Jil Sander No 4 a fruity floral. I'd consider it more Floriental personally. Either way it is a lovely perfume with opening fruity notes that mature to rich floral and then...
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    Re: Norma Kamali Perfumes

    You can buy an atomizer for the bottle at beautyhabit.com- it's the last thing on the list below all her perfumes.

    Spritz away!
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    Re: Newbie Mistakes, What Were Your's?

    My biggest mistakes had to do with buying before trying. These days I try hard to get a sample of something first- even if it takes me a long time to search one out. For me there is nothing more...
  22. Poll: Re: Poll: Favourite Designer & Non-Niche Scents for Men

    Chanel Egoiste- probably my favorite!
    Must de Cartier pour Homme- wonderful, warm Oriental. Very smooth and seductive.
    Dior Fahrenheit - it's older, but it's still pretty sexy. Wear lightly...
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    Re: Hi! I had my baby and I'm back!

    Wow- that's quite a shock of hair she has! You must be so happy- many congratulations and welcome back!
  24. Re: Kai and POTL, What do they smell like to you?

    Kai: Green, dewy, rounded, moist, gardenia, jasmine sambac, rain.

    PotL: Warm, powdery, sweet, herbally/hay, morello cherry, sometimes syrupy.
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    Re: Alternative to Chanel Cuir de Russie?

    How about trying Cabochard? It's probably not as incensy/smoky as CdR but it has that similar dryness, along with this kind of warmish/animalic/herbally note that I don't exactly know what it is,...
  26. Re: testing two classics late at night: 1000 and Coco - both parfum

    Enjoyed your testing :)

    Love Coco parfum! I agree with your thoughts of it being a "unified" scent. In many ways I think there is a lot going on, but I can only pick out a few things because it...
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    Re: SotD Thursday 31 January

    Well, ended up wearing Norma Kamali Lavande over Norma Kamali Incense- so need to adjust my Jan stats ;) This is such a pleasant combo- fresh and yet incensy all at once.
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    Re: Reasons for choosing a scent

    These days I find I can only wear a few fragrances to bed- Coco in parfum, Kai, Fracas or Norma Kamali Lavande. It seems if I wear any others they actually keep me awake- or I have fitfull dreams...
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    Re: Raise your hand if you've spilled

    Eee-gads: Had a Chanel No 5 extrait nightmare last year. My first bottle of No 5 parfum and I couldn't get the top off. Instead of being patient I tried to force the stopper and squeezed the...
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    Re: Most worn in January

    Not quite over yet- will probably need to add one or two more of something for the 31st, but for now here is the list:

    8- Coco
    6- Etro Gomma
    3- Lolita Lempicka, Encens et Lavande, Norma Kamali...
  31. Thread: Alfred Sung

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    Re: Alfred Sung

    I had Shi for a time but traded it away as it seemed a bit on the artificial side to me. For what it's worth I remember it had a kind of soft, fruity, pear-like opening and then kind of became a...
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    Re: Ah, Lavender!! Your favorites??

    A couple years ago I made an extensive search for a true, essential oil type of lavender perfume. My winner was Norma Kamali Lavande. Expensive, but worth every penny. For a true lavender, it...
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    Re: Recent observations from others

    Rumba- my husband likened this one to a walk in an apple orchard in the autumn.

    My chiropractor once thought Coco in EdT smelled very "citrusy" on me.
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    Re: Eau de Shalimar

    Hmmmm. I suppose I don't really mind these limited edition, "lighter" versions. Yet, there is something that nags me about the idea. I have to say that I don't find Shalimar eau Legere all that...
  35. Thread: Tocadilly?

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    Re: Tocadilly?

    I tried a sample many years ago and found it a really pleasant, light fruity floral- on the sweet, clear side. I saw it as something that would be good for summer and winter vacations to sunny...
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    Re: The Floral with Oriental staying powers...

    Fracas is long lasting on me but the sillage is very soft, this one hangs very close to my body.

    Amarige: I agree this one is very strong with lots of great lasting power.

    Others that I can...
  37. Re: Which frags have you purchased more than twice...

    Off the top of my head:

    Joy
    Shalimar
    Coco
    Chanel No 22
    Bois des Iles
    Fracas
    Chloé
    Manifesto
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    Re: Time to confess.... how many?

    Somewhere at about 76 I think. That's not counting decants or samples.

    I've been at this quite awhile...
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    Re: A woman who neglected herself.

    I've found VW's Boudoir to have a rather "intimate" underlying odor to it as well.

    Apparently the original Shocking had quite the soiled underwear note to it. The one sold today is nothing like...
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    Re: Light Blue by D&G

    I'd have to agree with Sculpture- it smells like a cleaning product to me too. Like something you'd spray in your tub after you shower so you don't have to scrub as often.

    Maybe it's so popular...
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    Re: Sensual Summer Fragrance - suggestions?

    I don't know Sung very well but another Alfred Sung fragrance that I think is soft, fresh and pleasant for summer is Paradise.

    If you like Florals I'd also suggest Quelques Fleurs, Bora Bora, and...
  42. Re: Fragrances that feel like good friends, not loves?

    Most of the fragrances in my collection, at this point, I'm pretty fond of for one reason or another. There are some that call to me less than others, but when I do wear them they are often perfect...
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    Re: In Search of Some Guidance

    I've loved fragrance as long as I can remember and I admit my tastes have changed, expanded, and I've even fallen out-of-love with fragrances I never thought I would have.

    I'm incredibly picky...
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    Re: Hermes exploration help

    I have a decant of the Ambre Narguile- it's pleasant enough- rich, strong and oldy reminds me of raisins and cognac (in a good way.) For me though, it's just the opposite as Vivek's opinion, as...
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    Re: Incense, the New Wave!

    Happy to help- I hope this really works for you. If you find any particularly stellar NK Incense combos, I'd love to hear about them. Always looking for new, creative ways to layer!
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    Re: Incense, the New Wave!

    IMHO I think incense is a little older than a few years in perfumery. :) Or perhaps it's just that the perfumes I've recently discovered- as to me incense is a relatively new love as well- are older...
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    Re: Amber bath products?

    How about Côté Bastide - Amber Bubble Bath? I received a sample from beautyhabit.com once and found it very ambry and very pleasant.
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    Re: SotD Saturday 12 January

    Wore the wonderfully intoxicating Aoud Roses Petals today and tonight am wrapped in a lightly scented veil of my beloved Coco.
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    Re: Cinnabar parfum version

    I've never even seen Cinnabar parfum, although I'm sure it exists- somewhere.

    A kind perfume-angel sent me a small decant of Cinnabar, although I'm not sure of the concentration. I had tried it...
  50. Re: Top Ten Old-Fashioned, Non-Modern Fragrances?

    I kept trying to come back to the ideas of "heavy weight" as well as "classic," and "feminine." After deliberation, this is my list. The first 4 I like very much and do wear. The following 6, even...
  51. Re: Today's Wish List...Your Top Three Desired Scents

    Have been content for quite a while but suddenly DO have a few full bottle cravings...

    Tauer's Incense Rosé
    Montale Aoud Roses Petals
    Agent Provocateur

    Interestingly, all roses to the drier...
  52. Thread: Hot Couture

    by Artisankey
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    Re: Hot Couture

    Hi Karina- I'd also second Boucheron's Trouble. It was the first one that came to my mind. Love that bottle too!

    Other thoughts:
    Flowerbomb- Victor & Rolf
    Casmir- Chopard
    Bois de Paradis-...
  53. Re: Bath & Body Works SANDALWOOD ROSE...what comes close to this scent?

    I most definitely would dilute this product. While you might not get an immediate, negative reaction from using a fragrance oil (FO from here on out) straight on your skin, over time you can develop...
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    Re: Are you Fragrance Obsessive-Compulsive?

    I got a chuckle from the title of your post- after all if we weren't all a little FOC we probably wouldn't be here to begin with! Right?

    Yeah, I get highly focused sometimes on one area of...
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    Re: Please let me know your suggestions...

    I too would suggest some of the Etro scents- Sandalo comes to mind. Woody, light, not flowery at all, a tiny bit sweet, but not overpowering. Also, one of my more recent favorites- Gomma. That one...
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    Re: Chanel # 5 revelation. Almost there!

    Just about all of the Chanels seem to work best on me in parfum extrait concentration. I dismissed this line over and over until I started trying their parfums. No 5 is certainly included. On me...
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    Re: Red Bottles Contest Winner!

    A hearty Congrats to the winners! I had to leave many blank as I didn't have much research time, but had a good time writing in the ones I did know and tried to do it as fast as I could!

    My...
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    Re: Can we talk about the House of Caron?

    Carons, historically speaking, tend not to work on me. However, on blotter, I find the compositions to be incredibly sophisticated. I figure maybe I just need to grow into a few of them. So every...
  59. Re: Looking for a unique winter-time fragrance

    Wow- a signature scent. That's pretty ambitious, but not impossible I guess. I love so many perfumes it would be hard for me to wear just one. That's me though.

    I LOVE Fahrenheit on my man too....
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    Re: Name the Bottles Contest

    Doing my best- some are very stubborn! Was probably more surprised by how many I do know than how many I don't. Love red too- red and turquoise are my favorite colors! Don't have tons more time to...
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    Re: Happy New Year! SOTD January 1, 2008

    Decided on Asja today. It's such a lovely fragrance and I don't wear it as often as I'd like.

    Happy New Years Everyone!
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    Re: Most worn stats extravaganza!

    Always interesting to see the stats! Thanks for keeping us on our toes Tigs!

    I don't know how some of you keep things so neat. Here are mine- as messy as the rest of my life is:


    Dec 2007:
    ...
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    Re: Nikki St. Phalle and La Perla - wow!

    I don't have anything really to add, but wanted to thank you for your take on La Perla. I've been wondering about that one for several years- on and off now. Chypres used to be a big no-no, but my...
  64. Thread: Aroma M?

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    Re: Aroma M?

    Went crazy over Geisha Rouge a few years ago. It's a lovely black licorice type of scent on me with other spicy notes such as clove, cinnamon and vanilla. It's incredibly potent though and I think...
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    Re: Parfums DelRae appreciation thread

    Amoureuse and Bois de Paradis are my favorite DelRaes too!

    I usually don't care for a blackberry note in fragrances but BdP is very cedarwood on me- which I can't resist. It's pretty powerful...
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    Re: Red bottles

    One word: Trouble.

    It's the only fragrance I have ever considered buying just for the bottle. Thank goodness I actually adore the fragrance too. It's weird but for some reason I get a great...
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    Re: SOTD Saturday 29 December 2007

    Wore Ambre Sultan today.
  68. Re: You guys will NOT believe this! (a perfume horror story)

    I have only one sound to make..."Ugh!"
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    Re: SotD Wednesday 26 December

    Hey- a big Happy B-Day to Grant from Maine too!

    Haven't actually gone to bed yet, but am still wearing a bit of Kai, so I guess that counts.

    Have a great Boxing Day everyone.
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    Re: Dancing scents?

    Wow- you have quite the dancing list there!

    I think I find Coco to be quite appropriate for formal dance occasions such as ballroom or going to the ballet.

    If you're going to be doing a lot...
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    Re: Happy Holidays to all you divas :D

    Dear Magnolia- blessings all around! There is certainly much to be grateful for- and I'm right there with you on the Lolita Lempicka. There is nothing quite like it for sure.

    I wish all of us...
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    Re: Most worn in November

    Got compliments on Aoud Roses Petals & NK Lavande layered with NK Incense!
    Still not so sure about Bandit, although when solicited, a friend did say she liked it on me. She said it was subtle- I...
  73. Re: Interested in a group investigation of DUPES?

    I have a Child dupe that I wear with a fair amount of regularity- especially in the summer. It's pretty spot on to me.

    Mostly my experience with dupes has been 50/50. Sometimes they work great...
  74. Re: all purpose "anytime" fragrances - your top 2

    Two that seem to work just about anywhere for me are Shaal Nur and Quelques Fleurs.
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    Re: Shalini - your opinions please

    Sadly this one didn't wow me at all. For it's price, I wish it had and I wish I could say better things about it. It all has to do with chemistry, of course, but on me it smelled kind of cheap. ...
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    Re: SotD Tuesday 6 November

    Wore Montale Aoud Roses Petals today.
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    Re: SotD Monday 5 November

    Was craving something incensy, smooth and a little understated. Since I don't have a bottle of SL Encens et Lavande, I did the next best thing and layered Norma Kamali Lavande with her Incense. ...
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    Re: Fracas, EDP vs Parfum

    Like you already said, I suppose it will depend, once again, on your chemistry.

    I have both EdP and parfum and feel they both dry down very similarly. There is a bit more oomph to the parfum...
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    Re: TGIF!! SotD Friday 2 November

    One I haven't worn in a while- Lolita Lempicka. Winter must indeed be on the way. I usually don't pull it out unless I sense cold weather!
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    Re: Fracas being pulled from shelves :(

    Well hey- that's great! Although I would have been pretty surprised if it was being discontinued. And how cool is Mr. Joe Garces, President Robert Piguet Parfums for getting back to you in a timely...
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    Re: Fragrances for peaceful sleep?...

    For Lavender: Norma Kamali Lavande is just amazing. A more affordable alternative is Lavender Dreams now sold by jojoelle.com (they used to be Green Lady Soaps.)

    I also really like simple...
  82. Thread: Child

    by Artisankey
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    Re: Child

    Yes, it is very pikake/tropical/floral/clean-musky. I actually love it, but wear the dupe Leilani by Scentsational of Huntington which is a whole lot more affordable and smells pretty dead-on to me....
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    Re: best review of jpg classique...

    Perfume is certainly subjective! However, that's not my impression of JPG Classique! On me it's soft, warm, on the sweet side of Floriental, and the EdP has this gorgeous rose/rum/vanilla accord...
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    Re: skin-scent version of Fracas?

    Maybe this is kind of strange but I layer Child (actually the knock-off Leilani from Scentsational of Huntington) with Fracas sometimes and it works great. If you haven't, I'd give Child (or a more...
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    Re: Ormonde Jayne

    My favorite for certain is the Ormonde Man - it was very fresh, light, forest-y and surprisingly had this almost effervescent quality (that's not quite right, but the best way I can describe it.)
    ...
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    Re: Fracas being pulled from shelves :(

    I think it's just department store madness too. Victoria's Secret had a clearance on it some months back as well (got a huge bottle at a great price then!!) Of course anything is possible these...
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    Re: Most worn in October

    Always love reading about what everyone has been wearing!

    For me:

    7- Feminite du Bois
    3- Norma Kamali Lavande; Shalimar; Incense Rose
    2- Chanel No 19; Quelques Fleurs; Aqaba

    One-off...
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    Re: Montale closing

    WHAT!?! Are you saying here that Montale is going out of business?? This is the first I've heard of it...Or am I missing some key piece to a larger puzzle?
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    Re: Most worn in September + 3rd Quarter

    For September:

    5- Fracas, Feminite du Bois
    4- Agent Provocateur, Chanel No 19
    3- Intense Tiare
    2- Aqaba, Pure, Joy, Heavenly, Coco

    Interestingly I was finally able to try out Chanel No 19 in...
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    Re: Staples versus Cravings

    This is a good point. I'm not sure I've really thought about it quite in this way. There are definitely a group of fragrances that I don't wear that often but am loathe to part with because I know...
  91. Re: Caron EDT vs Caron extrait - is it the same formulation?

    I can't compare across the board as I've only smelled a few Carons in both EdT and parfum extrait. However, what I have smelled (Bellodgia, Narcisse Noir, Tabac Blond) there was a marked difference...
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    Re: Looking for a night blooming jasmine scent

    Hi Fufu- good to see you again and happy to hear you love your job so much- what a blessing! I haven't been around much either, but try to stop in when I have a moment of downtime too.

    For...
  93. Thread: Kai

    by Artisankey
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    Re: Kai

    Kai is incredible! On me it's green, moist, clean and tropical-floral. It's what I compare all other gardenia fragrances to. Actually I think it's the only gardenia fragrance I've ever really been...
  94. Thread: Sacrebleu?

    by Artisankey
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    Re: Sacrebleu?

    I finally tried Sacrebleu maybe a year or so ago. I thought it was quite lovely- what I wanted Guerlain's L'Heure Bleue to be perhaps. Soft, a little sweet, a little sad. Unfortunately it didn't...
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    Re: Guerlain at Walt Disney World/EPCOT

    Well, that's great to hear. I'm glad your daughter was able to help make some changes and glad to hear that they are not completely deaf to those of us who do voice concerns.



    I wasn't...
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    Re: Most worn in August (+ July and June)

    August

    5 – Coco, Kai
    4 – Fleurs de Citronnier
    3 – Cinnabar
    2 – Aqaba, Fracas, Agent Provocateur, Intense Tiare, PdN Vanille Tonka


    July
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    Poll: Re: A perfume house surveys your opinions

    1) If you like a fragrance, how important is it to you that it be presented in a custom-designed bottle?
    (a) Very important, (b) Somewhat important, (c) Matters little

    b. - Somewhat important, as...
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    Re: Guerlain at Walt Disney World/EPCOT

    My thoughts exactly.

    I'm back and forth about Epcot. I hate Disney for many reasons, but I do watch a Disney movie on ocassion. And I admit that when I lived in Florida I did get to the parks a...
  99. Re: Well it's new scent season...a few first impressions

    Covet- I tried it the other day. It reminded me of so many other fragrances I've already tried in the past. A very forgetable watery, green floral. Reminded me of Fleur de Diva and Eau d'Ete by...
  100. Thread: Diva!!!

    by Artisankey
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    Re: Diva!!!

    Fracas of course. Lots of it. ;~)
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