I continue to pull out the fall scents. Today, sadly, Fendi Theorema didn't quite work. I got almost no orange, and the spices were too dusty-dry. I did get a note rather like fresh bread - an interesting oddity.
In fact, judging from my blog, this may not be a fall scent at all. I see that I loved it in December, January, July, and August, and was dubious in May. So I'm concluding that it needs temperature extremes in either direction.
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I love the rigour of your seasonal analysis - I have only the foggiest of notions of what I like - or have worn - at different times of year.ReplyDelete
I think I don't really care for "gourmand orange" scents generally, and my mini of Theorama went to start a new life in Canada with lovethescents.
Actually, I will qualify that comment - for foggy autumnal days I am rather partial to Angeliques Sous La Pluie (or "Dans Le Brouillard", as I would rename it).ReplyDelete
Hey, flittersniffer! Well, I didn't really see the patterns until I started the obsessive SOTD posts - now I can scan my perfume wearing patterns any crazy way I want. :)ReplyDelete
Is that the Ellena cedar fragrance? If so, I tried it once, and, yes, I think it would be really nice for autumn.
That's the fella - if you like plangent pencil shavings, you should give it a go.ReplyDelete
Oh, I love pencil shavings. Must try.ReplyDelete