What I Wore Last Week

Hi, everyone!

Well, it has been another long week in 2020. I have to say, at least my fragrance line-up was a good one. It was a good Fall scent week.

I am loving the No. 5 EDT right now. The opening is cool and crisp with the aldehydes. The composition warms up on the skin with the animalic and spice notes. It’s a classic for a reason!

Here’s the round-up of what I wore:

  • Monday: Chanel No. 5 EDT
  • Tuesday: PM Fragrances Le Minimaliste Version I
  • Wednesday: No. 5 EDT again
  • Thursday: Serge Lutens Bas de Soie
  • Friday: Vilhelm Parfumerie Dear Polly
  • Saturday: Graanmarkt 13

What did you all wear?

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The photo was taken by me. Nothing in this post was gifted.


8 thoughts on “What I Wore Last Week

  1. Monday J’Adore
    Tues Adam Levine for her
    Weds Agent Provocateur
    Thurs Prada Infusions Iris
    Fri Avon Premiere Luxe
    Sat Avon Rebel & Diva

      1. Adam Levine is spicy. Cheap and cheerful. It gets good reviews.
        I’m really fed up with these new restrictions and feel it will only get worse.

        1. Cheap and cheerful sounds good right now!

          Ugh, I’m so sorry, it’s unbelievably frustrating right now πŸ˜” Sending you & your family good thoughts πŸ’›

  2. I went on a bit of a Guerlain binge this week (not new purchases, using what I already had). Chamade, L’Heure Bleue, Apres L’Ondee. Also Papillon Dryad, a serious love, and Merchant of Venice’s Flower Fusion (prettiest bottle ever!). I hope everyone has a good week! I’m dreading it a bit, my workplace has decided to pile on a massive project on top of my already expanded workload. One of those projects where everyone else has lots of ideas for the work they think I should do, in an area where I’ve been laboring for years and know far more than any of them. Ugh. But this too shall pass!

    1. Oh my, good luck with the new work project! That does sound frustrating. Definitely a good time to lean on some goodies like Guerlain for comfort + glam power!

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