It's gone now so I can't double-check, but I'm not so sure about my initial jasmine-vanilla impression regarding Chanel 1932
...well, not sure about the vanilla, that is ...could be tonka or something else slightly sweet and creamy ...or slightly resinous? Lol, I suppose I need to pay more attention to it next time. I really can't come up with another fragrance to compare it to iivanita
, aside from initial knee-jerk and very fleeting reactions that I can't even recall clearly now, but it's not like Samsara
, which is definitely more of a sandalwoody oriental than a jasminey floral to my way of smelling, but I think there is some smooth sandalwood in 1932
as well ...along with some rose and iris that I didn't mention before. One thing I can say for certain is it's already growing on me, as expected, and I'm looking forward to wearing it again and discovering what other facets have yet to reveal themselves.
But now for something completely different, I'm in Ava Luxe's tender and graceful Nude Musk
for the afternoon ...my current favorite soft and non-animalic, "your skin but better" musk.
Originally Posted by lilybelle
I wore L'Heure Bleue
to my art class. It is one I don't have a personal history with, and I had hopes that it might be conducive to the artistic process, as certain types of music are. But it didn't make a difference. I can't seem to get to work in that class. There are too many distractions and I'm too aware of time passing.
What fun, lilybelle
! What medium are you working in? I can be like that too, easily distracted particularly when others are around. If you're allowed, I recommend bringing your own music to listen to, via headphones/earbuds of course. It really helps me to focus on what's in front of me - maybe it could work for you, too.