Designed as a hot weather cologne, Floral Fantasies (Dorothy Gray 1940) but the rich, warm spiciness seems very suitable for fall as well. Yes Floral Fantasies is indeed a floral fragrance but it’s also very sweet and again, spicy. While I can’t find any list of notes online anywhere, I’m absolutely positive there are notes of cinnamon and cloves. I would also venture to guess that there are notes of tuberose, carnation, castoreum, perhaps civet and very likely oakmoss.
This weekend I think we’re all feeling pretty tired.
It’s going to be a long week, but hopefully a good one…
I’m sorry this part of my blog is suffering right now. I think I’m in a quiet place. 🙂
I hope you’re having a nice weekend!