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    Re: Sample of the Day - June 2019

    Thank you for your comment.
    What did you not like about the Cologne version?

    I was shocked to try the Parfum after having sniffed Fahrenheit like twice before, I can imagine how shocking the...
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    Nice to read everyone's desriptions!
    I chose to go with Gucci Guilty Absolute - the sour raspberry and woods remind me of summer forests of my childhood, and the leather behind fits with the metal...
  3. Re: How Has Your Fashion Changed Through the Years?

    I suspected so - but it's better to take a safer route and apologize before getting a guy with a shaved head angry! :D
  4. Re: How Has Your Fashion Changed Through the Years?

    I don't - and I'm sorry if it sounded like I do! Shaved heads can and do look great - it's just that particular combination with full sportswear while not doing sports, angry face and mouth full of...
  5. Re: How Has Your Fashion Changed Through the Years?

    I'll know where to look at for clothes if I ever put more weight on me again!

    - - - Updated - - -



    Haha! :D
    I can imagine it must be fun humming PLEASURE TO KILLLLL deep inside your head...
  6. Re: How Has Your Fashion Changed Through the Years?

    Full sportswear together with shaved heads and angry faces was especially popular in Lithuanian suburbs and small towns during 90s-00s among the kind of people who have a tendency to cause problems...
  7. Re: How Has Your Fashion Changed Through the Years?

    Shemelimelle, oh, how I understand you here – a wave from another short-waisted, almost flat-chested person with delicate and bony shoulders! :D
    It's just that overall I'm probably of a bit sturdier...
  8. Re: No idea what kind of can of worms my brother has opened

    Welcome to Basenotes and happy sniffing!
    Please do post your impressions of the scents, too.
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    Re: SOTD: Thursday, 20th June, 2019

    Hello all!

    N. CAL, I'm sorry to hear about the post accident with the fragrance pass :( Hopefully these samples will get un-lost in the mail! Were they still in USA or already in Europe? I have...
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    teardrop, haha, it's a nice problem to have!
    I also have quite a few summery choices, but since I'm going to metal festival tomorrow, it narrows down my choices a bit since I'm not going to wear...
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    Sticky: Re: Synchronized Fridays 2019

    I think it's not a Duchaufour week yet, but a summer solstice one, so everyone should be able to participate in one way or another :)
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    Re: Sample of the Day - June 2019

    Thank you! :)
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    Re: Your Favorite Decade

    90s - I do love grunge and its simple and comfortable aesthetics, it feels natural, very true and Me. Also the goth styles of 90s.

    80s seems scary and hilarious to me. Post Punk music and fashion...
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    Re: Sample of the Day - June 2019

    Fahrenheit by Dior
    When I first smelled it, I didn't expect to like it, I thought this could be too challenging for me and I wanted to smell it just for reference - but I did like it! Oh, how I...
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    Re: Today I Finished...

    Today I finished my 1 ml sample of Gucci Guilty Absolute pour femme - it took 10 wears for me to do it. The more I wore it, the more I loved this scent. I... have another 1 ml sample of it. While...
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    Re: SOTD: Tuesday, 18th June, 2019

    This one is actually very nice!
    I myself liked Widdringtonia the most out of this collection - cedar and vetiver and maybe some lemon, mmmmm.
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    Re: SOTD: Tuesday, 18th June, 2019

    Happy birthday, Twolf! :birthdays:

    N. CAL, congrats on your milestone! :beer:

    Today I'm wearing Les Amoureux de Peynet by Molinard - the citrusy and slightly spicy scent of it makes me happy...
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    Re: SOTD: Monday, 17th June, 2019

    Hazel5, have a nice time with family! Moving is emotionally difficult, I hope you'll like living in your new home when you finally finish moving. Hugs.

    Shycat, I always love reading your posts -...
  19. Re: Has anyone tried anything by Faberlic?

    I have tried and do own a small bottle of Incognito by Faberlic - it's a feminine fruity floral with apples, lemons, some other fruit, various flowers and clean musky base, quite light in sillage,...
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    Re: SOTD: Monday, 17th June, 2019

    Bavard, happy birthday to you! Have a great day and a great year! :birthdays:

    Today I'm wearing Jaipur Bracelet by Boucheron - I bought a mini for super cheap just to try it out and found it's a...
  21. Re: 6 Months on Basenotes and living a fragrant life. 10 bullet points of things I have learned so f

    Great points!
    1 and 7 ring especially true with me.

    I have also been into this for the same amount of time and that's why your observations always resonate with me, though I think you have...
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    Now since I finally came home and already showered, it's time to do a proper synch - even if belated!

    Synching again with Tiarè by L'Erbolario. It was an impulse buy because at that moment I was...
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    Re: SOTD: Friday, 14th June, 2019

    teardrop, have a great holiday and get well rested during your free time! Do you have anything planned already?

    I am enjoying my two days off and synching with Néroli & Orchidée by L'Occitane.
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    Darjeeling, I'm also seconding on get well soon wishes!

    I was planning to wear Tiarè by L'Elbolario, as I thought this one should fit the theme just perfectly:

    Top Notes: Ylang ylang, Lily...
  25. Re: Name Your Favorite Flanker of a Flanker!

    Has to be Coco Mademoiselle Intense by Chanel (Coco ---> Coco Mademoiselle ----> this lovely darker version with more patchouli),
    Pure Musc For Her by Narciso Rodriguez (For Her ---> Musc For Her...
  26. Re: 'Spicebomb by Jean Paul Gaultier' causes bomb scare in Canada.

    This is so funny! :D
    And yeah, I have spent 6 years of my life living in students' dormitory, oh the stuff I have seen thrown into the toilets... Some people are beyond uncaring and unthinking.
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    Re: SOTD: Thursday, 13th June, 2019

    RHM, happy birthday to you! Many happy returns and have a great day! :birthdays:

    Today I wore Wild Wind by Gabriella Sabatini - a light eau de cologne spray I got as a gift from my mom when I was...
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    Re: SOTD: Wednesday, 12th June, 2019

    Thank you everyone for the birthday wishes to my mom! And you were right, Quarry and ExtremeK, she was very happy indeed to see me and actually said it's really a best gift to her - it's probably a...
  29. Re: How Much Does Customer Service Matter In Regards To Purchases For You?

    I don't shop often, but I like to visit shops to smell some fragrances from time to time. I don't have much experience, but I don't think I ever had a bad one. Once an assistant in one store has...
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    Re: SOTD: Wednesday, 12th June, 2019

    Trilby Lark, happy belated birthday to you! Wish you all the best!


    Today is my mom's birthday and I'm wearing Narciso Rodriguez For Her EDT for this occasion. My mom turns 60 today and of course...
  31. Re: Would you like some vetiver or patchouli with your Coca-Cola?

    Whoa, this is interesting!
    I'd gladly try the spicy and the woody one.
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    Re: Compliments...is it a cultural thing?

    I think it's a cultural thing. I haven't really counted, but I think most of people talking about compliments are either American or Southern European - cultures that are more open and more willing...
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    Re: A question for women

    I think Angel by Thierry Mugler is also one of these love or hate ones.
    I used to hate Angel, but recently tried it again and decided I do actually like that sweet and sour patchouli quite a lot,...
  34. Re: A Short Guide to Coniferous Fragrances:

    Thank you for this huge work, it was a very interesting read - and a lot of things to try in the future! I do enjoy the calming scent of evergreen forests and it would be a pleasure to find and try...
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    Re: Cant edit posts?

    Welcome to the forum!
    Yes, the only fix is to be active here and post more, you'll be able to edit your posts after you reach a certain number of posts (might be around 10 ir 20).
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    Finally synching in the evening with the boozy absinthe notes of Black Opium Intense. It felt a bit harsh to me before, but tonight this boozy coffee feels very lovely and seducingly sweet - I can't...
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    Re: SOTD: Friday, 7th June, 2019

    Hello everyone!

    foxbins, I loved your travel notes, too! And I like your approach to food - just going where locals go and trying everything they eat :) Have a great time in Seoul!

    I have been...
  38. Re: NEW: Hermes - Eau des Merveilles Bleue For Women!

    This is my least favourite of des Merveilles line that I tried (I tried this, Eau and Elixir) - I am not a fan of aquatics and salty scents.
    But it is definitely my favourite aquatic scent. It is...
  39. Poll: Re: Which Chanel As A Gift? (Please Vote To Help Out)

    Wow, I think your final choice is the best one could think of!
    That way she'll get more than just a gift of perfume - she'll get an experience, and she'll be able to sample the best Chanels and find...
  40. Re: I blind ordered Memo Paris Shams Oud. My first expensive bottle. Any thoughts on this one?

    I'll admit it was a bit scary to read as I was worried if you'll like it or not, but it turned out just perfect! I'm very glad to see you love it - and it also amazes you and gives you WOW. And your...
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    I don't think I can wear anything that's not citruses or something very light and sour in this heat, and I don't think I have anything coconut/pineapple/pina colada scented anyway. The only thing...
  42. Re: Your style, as presented in picture form

    Shemelimelle, I do admire your style! You're really beautiful and rock it so well. My approach and style on jewellery is very similar though - the more, the better! I love leather, brass and bronze...
  43. Re: BBC article - The remarkable scent memory of perfumers

    Very nice read indeed.
    Thank you for sharing!
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    Re: Name names - More rhubarb please

    Chiming in to second the Bangkok Hound's mention of Eau de Rhubarb Ecarlate by Hermes - it's really beautiful and rhubarb is big here. Didn't last too well on me though, but it was winter when I...
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    So I'm reporting with Place Vendôme by Boucheron just as the queen of the day commands!
    I have a mini of EDT version, with slightly different note pyramid than the EDP listed in BN directory:
    Top...
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    Re: Most worn in May 2019

    I know what I'll be wearing tomorrow, so I can already post my numbers for May, too:

    7 wears: Aqua Allegoria Pamplelune by Guerlain
    3 wears:
    Jaïpur Bracelet by Boucheron; Pink Grapefruit by...
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    Re: Today I Finished...

    Not exactly finished - but today I gave away my 3/4 full 50 ml bottle of Pacific Paradise by Escada together with some samples - Escada Celebrate Life and Kenzo World EDT - to my dear ex-colleague...
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    So Friday is Shycat’s White Flowers & Roses Day!

    It's both easy and hard at the same time, because at least for me there are lots of nice choices, and it's hard to choose, especially when nothing...
  49. Re: L'Occitane Herbae is a refreshing surprise.

    It's definitely a neat bottle.
    I have also tried it twice and liked it.

    The start/top notes are just cheerful perfection to me. I feel sparkling citruses (probably lemon or bergamot?) and some...
  50. Re: NEW: Gucci - Gucci Guilty Absolute Pour Femme For Women!

    I tried it in the shop without huge expectations (as I had several peel off testers of original Guilty and it was merely okay for me) and surprisingly really enjoyed the huge and slightly sour...
  51. Re: A fresh, clean, sparkling grapefruit please!

    I don't remember grapefruit note when I smelled it at the store, but to me this fragrance seemed very impressive, maybe even almost better than original Terre d'Hermes. Maybe it's that unperceived...
  52. Re: A fresh, clean, sparkling grapefruit please!

    Seconding the suggestion of Pamplelune!
    Really a great and quite long lasting grapefruit (at least on me it lasts almost all day, but most things do last well on me...except the poor Pamplemousse...
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    Re: Favorite from your collection?

    If I absolutely had to choose one something from my rather small wardrobe, I guess it should be Aqua Allegoria Pamplelune by Guerlain with a close runner up of Narciso Rodriguez For Her (if it was...
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    Re: Chicago Meet-Up Reports, May 25, 2019

    It was such a joy to read through the thread and to look at all these photos. So many cool and amazing people enjoying the fragrances! It seems like you definitely had a great time and it's so great...
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    ineespenes, get well soon!

    I'm in synch today with Frescaessenza by L'Erbolario + Pink Grapefruit by The Body Shop.

    I usually don't mix & match fragrances, but I tried this combo a while ago...
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    Re: SOTD: Game of Thrones edition!!

    I'll be watching the show ending in the evening after work, so there's full day ahead of me still.

    I see the ending was already spoiled here in the comments, but I'm not mad, as I've seen the...
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    Haha, didn't think about that!
  58. Re: Fragrances that don't suit your personality - what and why?

    This is a very interesting question, and I agree with those who say that smells paint a picture and we can either relate to that or not.

    I am very casual, tomboyish, grungy kind of girl who likes...
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    I'm still not sure if I want to sit this out or work with something I do have - because I have none of the fragrances my parents wear or actively enjoy.

    My dad mostly wears fresh aquatics in the...
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    I've never been outside Europe, but from what I imagine about Mexico and what I do have, I think Black Opium fits the best: vanilla, coffee, spices and orange blossom.

    LiveJazz, I enjoyed your...
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    The choice is easy this time, as I'll wear my only Guerlain - Aqua Allegoria Pamplelune.
    It's great that I both love it and it's perfect for May.
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    Re: I hate splash bottles!

    I prefer spray bottles because spraying is quicker and more convenient.
    But on the contrary to most people who have said splash bottles are wasteful, I feel that to me they're much more economic...
  63. Re: turn off country flag image under user name

    Yes, go to Settings ---> My profile ----> and change your home country to "Undisclosed",
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    Re: Most worn in April 2019

    5 wears:
    Aqua Allegoria Pamplelune by Guerlain (it was love from the first sniff; I was trying and retrying it in a shop for several months and finally sighed and bought it. It's awesome. I do love...
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    Re: You Have Some Explaining To Do!

    Haha, yeah, that actually says volumes. :D
  66. Re: Canis - Cologne for Dogs, by Calvin Klein

    The sense of smell of dogs and cats is so much better and stronger than ours, I'm afraid purposefully dousing them in fragrance might border with animal cruelty a bit... :(
    Of course, I'm not an...
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    Re: You Have Some Explaining To Do!

    Hey, that's so cool! I looked up your book on Goodreads and Amazon and I'm adding it to my to-read list (too bad my to-read list is super long and evergrowing, as I'm reading lots of work-related...
  68. Re: Fragrance Packaging/Bottles - Classy Vs. Trendy

    I prefer classy/simplistic looking bottles to the ornate, baroque or "fun"/tacky looking ones. Of course, there are exceptions.

    I find the simple, elegant and classic-looking bottles in clean...
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    Today I'm celebrating belated Earth Day in Assenzio // Absynthium by L'Erbolario.
    When I think about Earth Day, forests, fields and gardens full of trees, grasses and herbs come to my mind, and this...
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    Re: You Have Some Explaining To Do!

    I'm a fan of all things Alice in Wonderland - original books, movies, various spin offs, etc. I also enjoy steampunk aesthetics. The nickname itself was a bit of a play around Nick Cave's (another...
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    Thank you for the recommendation! I'll put it into my "to try" list so that I can remember to test it if I ever come across it. I don't think I can find it in any Lithuanian store to try, so I'll...
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    Today I went with Celebrate Life by Escada from a carded vial I got while buying something - some tropical fruit and lots of sugary sweet vanilla, and the name that feels suitable for Miami. I wore...
  73. Re: Painted Klown's Review Thread - A noob's journey into perfume, and the discoveries along the way

    This is fascinating and just shows it well how personal of a thing is a perfume - a taste in notes and scents, a preference for how close to the skin should it be or how far should it project for you...
  74. Re: This is America! (or UK) Speak English! (Translate the name of your fav. EDT)

    Some more beautiful ones -

    The Stolen Kiss - Le baiser volé
    Land of Light - Terre de Lumière
    Dear Friend - Bel Ami
    Water of Wonders - Eau des Merveilles
    Elixir of Wonders - Elixir des...
  75. Re: Painted Klown's Review Thread - A noob's journey into perfume, and the discoveries along the way

    I can't wait for your impressions on that one! It was really intensive, rich and boozy on my skin - and also very long lasting.
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    Re: Your Most Worn March 2019 +

    Having this in mind, I'll also share my quarterly results (or all time results, since tomorrow it's exactly three months since I registered here anyway :D)

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    Black Opium Eau de Parfum by Yves...
  77. Re: Painted Klown's Review Thread - A noob's journey into perfume, and the discoveries along the way

    painted_klown, your impression on Opium was an enjoyable read! It's interesting how it's easily perceived as a masculine. To me, it could be easily worn by anyone who likes it, but it is feminine to...
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    Re: Your Most Worn March 2019 +

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    Pink Grapefruit by Body Shop 7 wears
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    Gucci Guilty Absolute pour Femme by Gucci 5 wears
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    Frescaessenza by L'Erbolario 4 wears
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    Narciso Rodriguez for Her by Narciso Rodriguez 3...
  79. Re: Painted Klown's Review Thread - A noob's journey into perfume, and the discoveries along the way

    I am really looking forward to reading your reviews!
    Especially because I became interested in perfumes just at the same time as you after a lifetime of wearing scents only on special occasions and...
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    Re: SOTD: Friday, 29th March, 2019

    Happy birthday, Ebenas and Way Off Scenter!!! :birthdays: :beer:
    Also, sending out get well wishes to everyone who's not feeling well.

    I can't wait for beer o'clock.
    Today I'm in Black Opium...
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    Sticky: Re: Missing from the directory

    Just submitted 2 fragrances from a new house Eglė Jonaitytė Botanical Perfumes (thanks hednic for a heads up, I didn't know this artisan perfumer from my own country before, will have to try out her...
  82. Re: A Big Burly Guy's Trip to the Women's Fragrance Counter...and the testers I came home with.

    Hahaha, thanks for the compliment! But please, never blind buy based on my descriptions! I tend to be over-enthusiastic about things that moved me in one way or the other and everyone else's results...
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    Re: YSL Black Opium EDT vs EDP

    I strongly prefer the EDP because coffee is more prominent, it's a bit boozier, darker and stronger. It's sweetness is more vanilla based, while EDT's sweetness seems more fruit based to me. EDT...
  84. Re: A Big Burly Guy's Trip to the Women's Fragrance Counter...and the testers I came home with.

    It's a very interesting observation, as Black Orchid felt almost masculine to me and on me (to me it felt both very femme fatale AND leaning masculine, if that makes any sense). It only shows how...
  85. Re: A Big Burly Guy's Trip to the Women's Fragrance Counter...and the testers I came home with.

    First of all - it was a pleasure to read your post and I'm glad that you posted it under General Discussion. And congrats on a great blind buy!

    I haven't tested Mon Guerlain on my skin, only it...
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    Re: SOTD: Thursday, 28th March, 2019

    kewart, oh. This is sad, but calling it "celebration of life" makes you think about it from a new, brighter perspective.

    Today I couldn't decide what do I want (I felt I wanted something fresh,...
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    Sticky: Re: Synchronized Fridays 2019

    I'll also have to sit this one out as I think I don't have any and I'm not even exactly sure what qualifies. But I'll also be following everyone's choices to learn more. :)
  88. Re: Why do so many people think Terre d'Hermes = Old man smell?

    It's crazy. To me, it's just beautiful, one of the best to my nose among the masculines I have smelled so far. And I'm just around 30.

    On the other hand, I have to second Diamondflame as it's all...
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    Re: SOTD: Tuesday, 26th March, 2019

    Ooooh, get well wishes to teardrop and mr. teardrop! And to everyone who's feeling a little off colour today, too.

    Today I'm wearing cK Contradiction - an old favourite from my teens. :)
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    Re: SOTD: Monday, 25th March, 2019

    Monday again!

    Today I'm wearing Terre de Lumière by L'Occitane, and today honey is more prominent on me than usual. It's not a very sweet fragrance to me/on me usually and I sometimes wonder why...
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    Re: Your favorite fragrance house

    I haven't tried much as I'm quite new at this, but if I had to choose one house, it should probably be Hermes. So many great, beautiful and interesting fragrances to my nose, not even one yet I would...
  92. Re: Ok can someone better explain to me Fougere and Chypre?

    I personally am thankful for bringing these threads back and adding more thoughts and explanations on what is what and why.

    I personally have no idea how chypre and fougere smell like even after...
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    Re: SOTD: Friday, 22nd March, 2019

    Hello and happy Friday!
    Can't wait until wine o'clock today (though it'll most probably be a beer o'clock to me).

    I'm celebrating spring in synch with Terre de Lumière L'Eau by L'Occitane. Super...
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    I'm synching today with Terre de Lumière L'Eau by L'Occitane. The notes are more about the early summer morning than the spring equinox (peonies aren't blooming yet and blackcurrants don't even have...
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    Thank you for adding the newest L'Occitanes! <3
    I also noticed a few new ones missing, they're from 2018, but only just arrived to where I live:

    Eau Parfumée Souffle Apaisant Rose / Burst of...
  96. Re: It's National Fragrance Day! What are you wearing?

    I didn't know March 21st is a Fragrance day (we're commemorating Poetry day and People with Down syndrome day in where I live), but I unknowingly chose a great fragrance for this occasion - Narciso...
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    Re: SOTD: Thursday, 21st March, 2019

    Hello everyone!

    I wasn't sure what I want to wear today, so I went with Narciso Rodriguez For Her - works every time!

    Jon, thank you for your kind words. My muscles are a tiny bit less sore...
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    Submitted:
    Herbae by L'Occitane
    Cerisier Irisé by L'Occitane
    Both launched in 2019.

    Thank you in advance!
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    Re: SOTD: Wednesday, 20th March, 2019

    Hello all! Life was quite busy and I haven't written here in a while.

    Happy late birthday, grayspoole! :birthdays:

    I'm very tired after a work day and my muscles are super sore after Monday's...
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    Re: The greatest sleeper hit fragrance is...

    When I sniffed around the men's section and tried smelling lots of men's fragrances just to get to know them a little, this was my favourite together with Terre d'Hermès, Terre d'Hermès Eau Intense...
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