Must de Cartier
...vanilla, amber, musk, sandalwood and so on. This is my new perfume which I bought in Tenerife. One could say that the perfumeries over there have a lot more to offer (frankly there were perfumeries around every corner). I'm absolutely in love with this scent and I've worn it every day since I bought it. I think I've inherited my mother's nose, because we both agree that we're not too fond of flowery-perfumes and fresh ones smelling of laundry and dish soap. To me, it's important that the perfume I wear says something about me, and isn't just a perfume you can tell every other teenage-girl is wearing around here. I think perfumes should be something intimate that mixes with your own smell, and then when people are close to you or give you a hug, they will smell it and instantly connect the scent with you. I have survived on perfume samples for over two years now, so I think it was about time to find my scent.