My first Perfume love was Contradiction by Calvin Klein I wore that my entire High School career.
Which is still findable but there was a period of time when it was difficult and now that it is at Meijier's no thank you! I honestly couldn't even tell you what it smells like anymore.
In college I was all about smelling like things I wanted to eat so I was obsessed with Demeter's Cinnamon Buns. Which I could easily pick up at Sephora, or Anthropologie. Then suddenly it was gone from common sight.
Most recently I was in love with Fiji Flower from Sephora's own exclusive line. Which is so obscure that I can't find a picture. There was also Le Petit Prince Body splash that was wonderfully light and just a pinch of flower. Also spend a limited time on the shelves at Sephora.
In between these has been gifts of Burberry and Harajuku Lover's Lil Angel. Neither of which I have been crazy about.
My latest love has been Masaki Masaki which I of course discovered 2 months before Sephora stopped carrying it. I didn't even have the forutne of buying a full sized bottle while in stock. It was a total fluke purchase to up my free gift or something and it was AMAZING. I got the little rollerball tester version.
TOKYO MILK and I hope they don't disappointment and suddenly disappear out of my convenience range as all the other's have. I am so thrilled that I can pick it up locally at "On Paper" and the new store next to Basil on High Street.
The scent I have newly chosen for myself is Song in D Minor
I love the super simple bottle and vintage desgins for their graphics. Even better it is only $20 a pop! I know the website says $28 so that's probably a larger size then what I saw locally.
Hope you enjoyed my little scents history. I know if I REALLY wanted to I could find them all but as I said previously I'm a bit lazy when it comes to scents as opposed to shoes, or clothes or makeup.
Has there been a particular perfume that left you hanging?