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Since it is finally summer here in San Francisco, I put on some Dior Granville.
I'm so excited for this season. It's a very important one for Texas.
No, I haven't even though it's very popular. The whole praline note sounds unappealing.
Today I'm wearing Habit Rouge, which is one of those fragrances that could very easily be a feminine. Many fragrances, both masculine and feminine, have an edge to them, an olfactory hangnail, but not Habit Rouge - it's like a well-polished stone with lobes and indentations and curves, but no angles.
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My challenge to y'all is Chanel no 19. There's really nothing feminine about that fragrance.
Today I'm wearing Jasmin et Cigarette.
Interesting. Is it in any way similar to Bandit?
Today I am wearing Papillon Anubis - I really, really like this fragrance. It's dry, dark, leathery, tobacco-y, dark, and quite bitter. It doesn't evolve a whole lot, which is not a problem because it is so textured from the beginning.
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