While you don't want your perfume to smell too young, you also don't want it to smell too old. "Something that smells antique leans more toward overtly mature, reminding us of a 'grandma's' fragrance," says Fitz. "Women today do not act or merely resemble what 65-year-old women of the past looked like. They are bold, confident, and embrace their age and femininity."
— Embrace your age, yes, just be sure you don't smell overtly mature. For more advice, read If You're Over 65, Don't Wear This Scent, Experts Warn at Best Life.