Lazy weekend poll ~ open thread, Emily Dickinson’s birthday 2016

Emily Dickinson

It’s Emily Dickinson’s birthday. (It’s also Gingerbread Decorating Day, which may or may not fit in better with your own plans for today.) We’re celebrating with our same old lazy open thread. Talk about anything you like — the fragrance you’re wearing today, your favorite Emily Dickinson poem, whatever.

Or, ask a question about fragrance, then see if anyone else has asked a question that you can answer…

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Holiday fragrance gifts 2016, part 5

Moving on…we’re up to part five in our eight-part series on fragrance related holiday gifts. Today, we’ve got scented body products of all kinds, and as always, do add any of your own recommendations in the comments!

Golda Hiba Sphere Soap

From Golda, the Hiba Sphere Soap: “…our morning combination of Coconut, Palm and Olive Oils to help you rise and shine. With hydrating and conditioning properties from Jojoba, Avocado, Lemongrass, and Aomori Hiba essential oil, only found in 300 year old Aomori Hiba trees from Aomori, Japan. Our soap has a unique citrusy, cider-like fragrance that is purifying, uplifting, and stimulating.” $18 for 126g at Studio Cue LA

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Friday scent of the day 12/9

pantone 2017 greenery

Best Buy Friday is here! (And you’ll all be so thrilled to hear that Pantone has announced the color of the year for 2017: Greenery.*) Our community project for today: wear your favorite fragrance purchase of 2016. If you didn’t buy anything this year, pick a favorite from a prior year.

What fragrance did you pick? As always, do chime in with your scent of the day even if you’re not participating in the community project.

Everything I bought this year was something I really wanted, so I can’t seem to pick a favorite. My hand went for the Hermès Eau de Néroli Doré, so that’s what I’m wearing.

Reminder: on 12/16, wear a sandalwood fragrance, if you have one…

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