I was tickled pink to find a fragrance evoking the 1920s called--you'll never guess--1920! It's made by Besame Cosmetics and is described as having top notes of mandarin, juniper berry and galbanum; heart notes of jasmine, violet, muguet, and suede; and base notes of cocoa, myrrh, amber, and musks. I may not know what all that means, but I think it smells divine. And isn't the bottle pretty? 

It's fun to find out what you people of the future enjoy about my era. What do I enjoy most about yours?



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