Friday, February 12, 2010

What Vintage Perfume are you planning on Wearing this Valentine's Day?

This Valentine's day (and today, at work), I'm going to be wearing Tocade by Rochas. Designed by Rochas in 1994. Of course it hasn't been discontinued though it may have been reformulated. But nevermind that, it is available if you look around. I love all forms, older as well as a newer reformulation. From comes this list of notes: Tocade perfume is a refined, oriental, scent. Its fragrant nature explores essences of bergamot, geranium, iris, jasmine, and rosewood. Blended with notes of amber, musk, and vanilla. Most people characterize this scent as a rose vanilla, period. But for a fan of sweet vanilla rose orientals, of which there are many, it stands out.  For Tocade adds the herbal fresh sharp notes of geranium and bright bergamot and brings in a sweet ethereal iris, grounding the whole in a rosewood infused (that is, not too sticky sweet) vanilla. And with the right skin chemistry, I can tell you that not only men but children and dogs (and maybe cats?) find it an irresistable choice. 
The Vintage Perfume Vault, where the scent of yesterday's vogue lives.

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