Post # 1
My FI’s cousin told me that I should get a new scent for the day of the wedding and make sure the first time I wear it is on the day of the wedding. That way when I wear it (clearly only on special occasions) from that day on it will remind him of the wedding and give him warm fuzzy feelings.
Does anyone have any suggestions on what scents to consider?
Post # 3
I love Vera Wang’s new fragrance Love Struck! I also like Chanel Mademoiselle, Chanel Chance, and if you’re into spicer scents I am currently obsessed with Burberry Brit.
Post # 5
You might want to consider the flowers you’re using in your bouquet or his boutonniere. I chose Olene by Dipthyque because it’s a white flower scent, and my husband’s boutonniere was tuberose, which is hugely fragrant and I didn’t want to clash!
Post # 6
I’ve thought about VS Noir, which is wonderfully alluring. I also love Hugo Boss Deep Red, which is actually pretty much my regular perfume. I also heard the opposite: wear your regular scent, so they know it’s actually you 🙂
Post # 7
I wear Woman by Versace. I’ve worn it for 8 years and I won’t wear anything else. But I am intrigued by a new perfume I saw called Eau Flirt. I think it was the Today show that did a bit about it? It is supposedly scientifically proven to be attractive to men because it has familiar scents that comfort them, like pumpkin and lavender. Lol! I kind of want to try it.
Post # 8
I love Kenneth Cole Reaction!
Post # 9
I love beyond paradise by estee lauder. But without knowing what scents you like it really is no help…lol
My suggestion would be to go to the mall and hit the counters. Take a couple of trips. Go to a different counter each day and see what scents they have. Either that or bring some ground coffee with you. In between every few scents take a big whiff of coffee and helps return your nose to normal.
Post # 10
I wear either Pretty or Pretty Hot by Elizabeth Arden, because they are the least likely to trigger my migraines. Fiance likes Pretty Hot the best because it’s slightly sweeter and spicier 🙂
Post # 11
The idea of taking your bouquet into account is a good one. Otherwise, I like smaller houses, like Artisan Parfumeur, for something a little bit harder to find, unlikely to be on another woman. They have several very nice florals.