Today's subject is Peggy, who is looking for a casual office fragrance. She'd like to keep the expense below $100, but she might go higher for something absolutely perfect. Here is what we know about Peggy:
She's in her late 30s. She says she works in television but never watches it.
She loves books, and is also a semi-professional musician and visual artist.
Peggy says she can be a workaholic, but she also has a strong navel-gazing bohemian bent. She's quiet, and although she has handful of close friends, she says she can easily and happily drift into hermitage.
Peggy loves cedar, the ocean, rose, bergamot, tea, spice, gasoline, fall leaves, incense, smoke, rose, and exotic, unusual-smelling things. Some of Peggy's past favorites include Givenchy Organza (too heavy for day wear), Lancome Tresor (too heavily floral), and Lush Karma (too hippie for day wear). In the early 90s, she wore a drugstore scent (now discontinued) called Naturistics Sea Splash, and she says about five people a day would ask her were she got it. She also owns L de Lolita Lempicka, but it is a bit too sour on her.
Peggy dislikes licorice notes and "too much of a flowery smell", but she does like rose. Some of the fragrances Peggy has tried and disliked include Chanel No. 5 (too heavy), Thierry Mugler Angel (too overbearing), and The Body Shop White Musk (she'd like to find a more grown-up, complex fragrance).
What say you?