Mother’s Day is just around the corner, and this year you might be looking for something a little different than the usual flowers or gift certificate.
Fragrance seems like it would be a no-brainer to apply – just spritz on and you’re done, right?
Many women have realized that switching their perfumes between season helps to ensure that they’re giving off the right impression.
Rumors have been surfacing everywhere lately saying that iconic luggage maker and fashion icon Louis Vuitton is working on a signature fragrance.
Many women rely on perfume to give themselves a pleasant scent – it’s often as easy as spritzing it onto your inner wrists and calling it a day.
Things can quickly become overwhelming when you’re planning a wedding, so if you haven’t thought about what kind of fragrance you’ll wear when you walk down the aisle, we don’t blame you.
The summer breeze is alive with delightful scents all its own, so the last thing you want to do is drown out the wonderfully fresh smell of summer by dowsing yourself in a liter of perfume.
Wardrobes and makeup hues change with the seasons, and by all means, your fragrances should too! There’s no better time than the warm-weather seasons to break out a whole new palette of fresh, fruity spring and summertime scents.
Some things work as impulse buys. Saw a neat nail polish shade you can’t wait to try? If it costs less than your lunch did today, chances are it can’t hurt to throw it in with the rest of your purchases. But this is one mode of being that doesn’t always work out for the best, especially for things like perfume and cologne.
Word has it that Fargginay just went where no other perfume designer has gone before – into the Sunday morning frypan, that is. Their new bacon cologne (pronoucned: ba-cone) is having all sorts of curious effects on noses and stomachs alike.
Finding a great Christmas gift can be tricky, and shoppers are running out of time to locate the perfect present. Luckily, etiquette expert Anna Post recently shared some gift-giving tips with StyleList.com.