I'm joining petruccijc
and Le Grand Duc
at the Givenchy house party, wearing the radiant and glamorous Ysatis
(as I'm sure you know Duc, this is the feminine counterpart to Xeyrus
, which is one of fiance's favorites - I love it on him, too!) But back to me, Ysatis
is such a luxurious sunny holiday sort of scent for me. I'm not sure why but it brings to mind cool marble hotel lobbies and sparkling swimming pools...and this sounds familiar so I must be repeating myself again.
Created by Dominique Ropion in 1984, this opulent fragrance includes notes of ylang-ylang, galbanum, coconut, rose wood, jasmine, rose, iris, tuberose and narcissus. The base notes are musk, amber, vanilla, vetiver, patchouli, sandal wood and civet.kewart
- I thought it was you that wears Fragonad's Fleur d'Oranger
- I mentioned it recently in Hillaire's
Unsung Treasures thread. I think it's a perfect breezy orange blossom scent - it's on my wish list along with Cerisier en Fleurs
- I love Quartz
, and you make me realize how I've been neglecting it! I'm so glad to see it mentioned - it deserves more attention!Warum
- I get what you mean about PWL
. I get a certain tenderness from it that really tugs at my heart. Have you tried the flankers? I really like Pink Coral
, but I might be the only one here who does!
Y'all have a fabulous day!