Becca, who comments here regularly as alotofscents, is looking for the perfect romantic floral for her signature scent. She'd like to find a "fresh cut" floral with a touch of white flowers and a slight green note. She doesn't want anything cloying, and she'd like to still be smelling the flowers after a few hours. Here is what we know about Becca:
Becca is single and in her late 40s.
She's a wildlife officer and an animal nerd, and is active in community theater.
She's a tomboy and a girly girl: she's an excellent shot, but loves being soft and pretty.
She's petite, and generally wear jeans and boots with romantic, whimsical, or cute t-shirts.
Some of the fragrances Becca has worn in the past include Yves Rocher Magnolia, Dana Le Jardin, Cacharel Anais Anais, Estee Lauder Beautiful, Bonne Bell Skin Musk, Ralph Lauren Romance, Victoria's Secret Very Sexy, Rapture and Sexy Little Things. Right now her rotation includes Estee Lauder Beautiful Love & Sensuous, Ungaro Fleur De Diva, Bvlgari Black, Christian Dior Pure Poison, L'Artisan La Chasse aux Papillons, Annick Goutal Le Chevrefeuille, Tom Ford Black Orchid. She also wears three fragrances that she says have come the closest to fitting her requirements for a signature scent: Givenchy Fleur de Interdit, Stella McCartney Stella In Two Peony and Estee Lauder Pleasures Exotic.
Becca likes peony, freesia, water lilies, hyacinth, tropical flowers...basically the whole garden. She also likes amber, cashmere, musk and sandalwood. She doesn't like heady cloying white flowers (and in that category she includes Annick Goutal Gardenia Passion and Le Jasmin, Robert Piguet Fracas). She also doesn't like too much patchouli, cedar, vanilla, too much fruit, cardamon or heavy oriental spices, or churchy incense.
What say you?
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