Is it just me, or does it seem like there's a gap of appropriate fragrances for women between 25-35? There are a fair number of mainstream fragrances my friends wear-- almost all seem to have gone through a Lovely phase-- but many of the niche fragrances seem to cater to the heady, uncomplicated sweet scents a very young woman might like or the heavier, very rich and deep more mature scents? Perhaps it's because I'm wary of the gourmand fragrances-- many too sweet-- and that's the trend for my age? I don't know....
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9/28/07 at 11:11am