Fille en Aiguilles is the best pine fragrance ever made.
Fille en Aiguilles opens with spiced apple cider, snow on pine trees and a flickering fire. This is an atmosphere; Fille en Aiguilles is a place. It’s a picturesque chalet in the mountains and you’re by the fire looking out the window, watching water droplets roll down fir branches and icicles morph into longer, glistening shapes. You feel the steam of warm apple cider hit your cheeks before you take a sip. The… Continue reading | 18 Comments
A few bloggers have decided to give their 2 cents of the most popular scents in the U.S. – best-selling feminine perfumes of 2011. You can find the list here at Bois de Jasmin. The list is in no particular order. And here are my informal observations/mini-reviews.
Chanel Coco Mademoiselle
If I smell perfume when I go out, 8/10 times it’s Coco Mademoiselle. It doesn’t surprise me at all that this made the list. Coco Mademoiselle is one of my least favorite Chanel feminine fragrances. I’m a Coco
I’m a fragrance flirt. And I try all the stuff so you don’t have to 🙂 Here are my most worn fragrances of fall 2011. And I’m still a flirt. You see that I narrowed it down to 12 😉
12 – Natori EDP – A floral that makes me feel like a silent film star. Santa better bring me some of this.
11 – DSH Perfumes Pandora – A thick “vintage” style perfume that I can’t get enough of. It’s like it is bespoke for… Continue reading | 13 Comments