I love you Xiomara.
I will admit that she wore it better than.As it is on the mature side, I would recommend this to ladies in their late 20's and in their 30's.It's not bad for a citrus starter.Coco can be worn by dudes too because this has a lot of men's cologne ingredients at the base, each which come through and take over the fragrance.I won't turn this into a money or status thing (though it has some of that going on) but it is the type of beautiful, glamorous Chanel fragrance that completely matches up with haute couture Chanel evening gown.On her it was a rich, smoky, exotic Oriental with something like a creamy louisiana fish fry cajun gift box vanilla, cinnamon, cloves, sandalwood and a dark veil of incense, over a mantle of musk.She felt very empowered wearing it and confident, especially during dinners and whenever we went out together to conquer NYC neesee coupon code as a couple.I have her ashes at my townhouse in Manhattan, and right next to them is Coco Eau de Parfum.5 because it's a fragrance I associate with my mother as she wore it as her signature scent and I disassociated myself from my mother after years of conflict.I kept many old photos and she requested that I take possession of her ashes.In fact after talking to many perfumistas Coco has received even more praise and love than.The original vintage perfume is still available if you go hunting for it online.This is musky and just a bit hot, rubbery sometimes.
Her name was Xiomara.
She perfumed her neck wrists with it, often spritzing on a little over a fur coat.
The eldest and the grandmamma.
But Coco is definitely the bigger winner and a masterpiece of Oriental perfumery.