Salut de Schiaparelli (Repost)

Salut de Schiaparelli eau de parfum, from 1939 Salut de Schiaparelli was launched by Schiaparelli in 1934.  It was supposedly intended for young women but like many children’s shows, there are themes clearly intended for a more mature audience. Salut (Schiaparelli 1934) is intoxicatingly attractive, although I wouldn’t call it a warm or enveloping fragrance.Continue reading “Salut de Schiaparelli (Repost)”

Sud Magnolia (Repost)

It opens with a bright, slightly sweet, citrus fruitiness (Atelier Cologne 2015) that is refreshing, and uplifting, but in a way that is almost otherworldly.  It reminds me of the way the air smells in the winter, on a truly cold morning – frozen and fresh but with an added glamour and dazzle.  Then, intoContinue reading “Sud Magnolia (Repost)”

Azalea (Repost)

Hové Parfumeur of New Orleans, Azalea is a greenish, jumpy, crisp and then milky scent.  It’s a literal fragrance with a predominant note of azalea, but it’s a well done Azalea in my estimation.  I find it to be a very becoming floral. If you want to smell like a sweet, elegant flower then thisContinue reading “Azalea (Repost)”

Colonia (Repost)

(Please note this is from years ago on my blog. This is not one of my vintage bottles. Instead this bottle was purchased new and reviewed here in this post from 2015.) I first heard about Acqua Di Parma Colonia (Acqua Di Parma 1916) when I was reading The Celebrity Fragrance Guide.  It was oneContinue reading “Colonia (Repost)”