Acte 2 by Escada: is a gentle floral fragrance; a blend of rose, tangerine, amber and soft
powdery flowers with notes of the fresh cool sea and the pure ocean air. It is recommended
for daytime wear.
Blue Perfume for Women by Ralph Lauren: is a blend of lotus flower, gardenia, pink peony,
tuberose, rose de mai, orange flower, musk, ambrette, and sandalwood.
Celine Dion by Coty: is a light floral fragrance including water lily, orange blossom, and exotic
tiare flower, balanced with warm, rich amber, sheer musk, and pristine blonde woods.
Chanel Chance: (Shawnz) a young, unexpected floral constellation of hyacinth, pink pepper,
jasmine, vetiver (an East Indian grass), citrus, iris and amber of patchouli (an East Indian mint
Chanel No. 22: a bouquet of white flowers, jasmine, tuberose, ylang-ylang (an Asian tree), and
rose, that develops slowly, moving through vanilla to incense, spiked with a touch of vetiver
(an East Indian grass). (No. 22 is named for the year it was created.)
Curious Britney Spears: start with Louisiana magnolia, add Anjou pear and lotus flower,
followed by a fresh bouquet of white flowers and pink cyclamen. This is a very floral scent in a
pretty blue atomizer.
Dolce Gabbana by Dolce & Gabbana: (Dole-che) a romantic blend of basil, tangerine, orange
flowers, carnation, marigold and vanilla. I love anything with carnation.
Donna Karan for Women: a predominantly floral fragrance of rose, cassia, jasmine,
heliotrope, Casablanca and apricot. Notes of suede, patchouli, amber and sandalwood add
an air of Manhattan sophistication to this scent.
DKNY by Donna Karan: the main notes are vodka, orange, tomato leaf, white birch and
daffodils. This is a daring blend that reflects the cutting edge of New York City.
Estee Lauder Pleasures: a light floral bouquet notes of white lily, black lilac, white peony and
violet leaves.
Estee Lauder White Linen: a clean, delicate floral bouquet where peach and citrus oils mix
with jasmine, lilac, rose, hyacinth, lily of the valley, orchid, and ylang-ylang (an Asian tree).
Gap Dream: flowery and refreshing, with high notes of freesia, combined violet, jasmine and
orange flower.
Glamourous by Ralph Lauren: Glamourous has notes of clementine, calla lily, tuberose and
vetiver. It is an extravagant floral. Ralph Lauren’s perfume bottles are usually ugly, in my
opinion, but Glamourous has a sophisticated, stylish bottle.  
Happy by Clinique: this citrusy floral is suitable for daytime wear. It’s a bright blend of red
grapefruit, boysenberry bush flower, and Hawaiian wedding flower.
Glow by JLo: an unsophisticated mix of citrus fruits, florals, vanilla and musk. Not one of my
Joy by Jean Patou: (Zhan Pa-too) this is a classic, created in 1930 and still one of the best
sellers. Joy has a reputation of being the costliest perfume in the world and it’s worth every
penny. According to its publicity, “A single ounce of Joy perfume contains 10,600 jasmine
flowers and 28 dozen May roses.”
L'air Du Temps by Nina Ricci: (Lair-due-ton; “l‘iair du temps” is a French idiom that roughly
translates as “the flow of time” but it means “a sense of timelessness”) a light blend of
gardenia, musk, rose, carnation and sandalwood.
Arpege by Lanvin: (Are-pezzh by La-van, but go very lightly on the “n”) a classic for the woman
of good taste, with jasmine, rose, camellia, and lily of the valley.
Marc Jacobs: a subtle blend of  gardenia, wild muguet, musk, cedar, and ginger.
Ralph Perfume by Ralph Lauren: This flowery fragrance is suitable for the office. It’s a fresh
blend of florals and fruits.
Safari for Women by Ralph Lauren: the most popular of Ralph Lauren’s scents is meant to
evoke the freshness of a morning in the savanna: galbanum, mandarin, hyacinth, aldehydes,
rose, lily of the valley, narcissus, orris, vetiver, moss, tonka, and tyrax.
Taste by Jessica Simpson: a girly, edible combo of Tahitian vanilla, white chocolate, coconut
cream, and honey.
Tiffany: contains a blend of jasmine, rose, orange and iris.
Vera Wang: begins with Bulgarian rose, calla lily, and mandarin flower with a middle of
gardenia, lotus, iris, and white stephanotis, and ends with musk, white woods, and precious
floral nectar.

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