Montri by Parfums Dusita is my choice of perfume for Scent Semantics word of the month: SERENITY!
This is the last posting under the name of Scent Semantics for five bloggers from all around the world: I hope you have enjoyed our choices of perfume to match different words of the month. Serenity is a great word to end this collaboration, and Montri is a great choice of perfume to wave a fragrant goodbye.
SCENT SEMANTICS: five perfume writers, one word, one perfume – the word of the month is MISANTHROPE, and I chose Ambergreen by Oliver&Co Perfumes!
Nanshe feels full of contrasts, pushing and pulling, tender and rough, powdery and watery, flowing and glowing – its dynamics, and the way how wearing Nanshe makes me feel were the main reason why I chose it as the matching perfume for the Scent Semantics word of the month – FAMILY.
Sleight of Fern, a new fragrance by Masque Milano (April 2022) is my choice of perfume for the Scent Semantics word of the month: brilliance!
I must admit that this word, chosen by Portia, turned out to be one of the most complicated words to pair a perfume with for me up to now, and I was thinking about it for days…until 2 samples of new perfumes arrived: Sleight of Fern IV-III turned out to be the one!
Six perfume bloggers around the world, one word, every first Monday in a month: Scent Semantics are back, and the word is NOSTALGIA.
The perfume I choose is Miracle of Roses by Miguel Matos, as a reminder of kindness, and how we all can act and help in times of distress. Here is my story.
Is “good taste” defined by era or style? Are some perfumes – “classic” and thus timeless?
Here we go again: six bloggers, one word – TASTE. This is my take, and I’ve chosen one perfume: Porter Sa Peau, a perfume which Roberto Greco launched in 2020 in collaboration with Master Perfumer Rodrigo Flores-Roux, after working on it together for two years. And timeless – it is!