Luscious is the word of this month’s Scent Semantics, with six perfume bloggers all over the world choosing one fragrance to represent it.
My choice is Jezebel, created by Ali Erkekli (Anka Kus Parfum), and here are my thoughts and musings about this alluring, luscious, and seductive fragrance!
The list of The Plum GIrl Mirabelle Plum Award winners of 2021 concludes with my choice of the best new perfumes launched in 2021! This is always so difficult, and in the end – so joyous. I hope you’ll enjoy my list and congratulations to ALL!
It’s time to celebrate successes, so here’s my Best of 2021 short resume, introducing a novelty: The Plum Girl Mirabelle Plum Awards!
After all, it’s been a good year: we had time to adapt, recalibrate, and get used to making the most out of objectively possible during breakouts of various Covid types. Bonus: we’ve been reminded of, or learned the ancient Greek alphabet all over again.
Can angels come as a scent, a fragrance? And if they can, what do angels smell like? Do they have a common scent or do we all have our own, subjective interpretations of an ethereal scent that we might consider angelic? Which perfume (just one!) could fit this concept? I chose Calling All Angels /Tanja Bochnig – April Aromatics 2013/, and here is my story.
Al Sahra. Sahara. It was very brave indeed for The Different Company to name a fragrance after Her (I always refer to deserts in the feminine gender, just look at the lush curves of dunes), ancient and mighty, soft as smooth sand of its endless dunes and harsh as suffocating winds that rage above its surface. Here is my review of Al Sahra, first published in Cafleurebon.
Welcome to Part 1 of Scent Semantics! This is what it’s all about: six perfume bloggers from all over the world came together to write about one theme, once a month, each month, with a matching perfume. From their own perspective, in their own style. I hope you’ll enjoy different perspectives and fragrance choices!