It's been a long and arduous week graced by a cavalcade of headaches and very little sleep. My ambition to wear a different untried perfume every day has hit an undeniable wall. Lazy, uninspired, I reached today for Fresh Brown Sugar, a fragrance which personifies the meaning of same-old same-old. Or yadda-yadda-yadda. Or blasé-blasé, as a fancy lady of my acquaintance always substitutes for the more pedestrian blah-de-blah. (Listen, you gotta have your fun where you can find it.)
Anyway: citrus, yep. Caramel, yep. Spray it on; it's gone in a little less than ten minutes. Repeat ad nauseam until the sprayer is empty. It doesn't mean you liked Fresh Brown Sugar so much you had to use it all up. You were bored. It gave you something to do with your hands.
Scent Elements: Lemon, tangerine, red berries, magnolia, honeysuckle, peach, caramel, amber, cypress