Liz Claiborne

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A bright, citrus tinged freesia, tuberose and carnation are sweetened by sensuous peach in the opening of Liz Claiborne (Liz Claiborne 1986).  Then pretty and mysterious florals emerge in a soft and tender cloud of sweet, warm and musky base notes.  Liz Claiborne is a loud 80’s floral, but it sings well…

 

Top notes: bergamot, freesia, mandarin orange, carnation, green notes, lily, marigold and peach.  Middle notes: jasmine, lilac, rose, lily-of-the-valley, violet, narcissus, ylang-ylang, and tuberose.  Base notes: oakmoss, musk, amber and sandalwood.  

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