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Thursday, January 17, 2008

Bond No. 9

I have completely fallen in love with the Bond No. 9. This fragrance line pays homage to New York City as every perfume is named after an area or street there. I've read many awesome reviews of this perfume house, but never really tried it mostly because I couldn't find any place in Arkansas that sold it. Well, I finally found Powder & Smoke in West Little Rock after lots of internet searching, and they sold the complete collection. After an hour of perfume chat with little old saleslady (she was so cute and had an adorable white shi tzu puppy), I couldn't make up my mind if I wanted Chinatown or Chelsea Flowers. So I got them both!


Chinatown is my favorite Bond scent with notes of peach blossom, gardenia, tuberose, patchouli, & cardamom. It's very spicy and perfect for winter. It also lasts a long time and smells even better the longer I wear it.


Chelsea Flowers is another favorite with notes of white hyacinth, white peony, musk, & dewy fresh-picked blooms. It's very soft and feminine.

These perfumes tend to be expensive, but they are well worth it especially if you have a passion for perfume. You can check out all of the scents and order off their website if you don't have a store near you at Bond No. 9 .


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