Friday, January 30, 2009

CB I Hate Perfume


I'm a big fan of any kind of scent that has the ability to transport me from one mood to another. Better yet, imagine a scent that can capture a place and time. CB I Hate Perfume seems to have a special ability to do just that with scents like "In the Library" or "Memory of Kindness".

At the Beach 1966 seems like the perfect escape from the winter blues. The description from CB I Hate Perfume reads, "The prime note in this scent is Coppertone 1967 blended with a new accord I created especially for this perfume – North Atlantic. The base of the scent contains a bit of Wet Sand, Seashell, Driftwood and just a hint of Boardwalk. The effect when you wear At The Beach 1966 is as if you've been swimming all day in the ocean."

Nuff said.

3 comments:

Linda at Lime in the Coconut! said...

Yum! Do you carry it? have you smelled it? I HAVE seen it before in anthropologie

Grace@PoeticHome said...

How lovely! I love how each scent exudes a story. I must admit that I am quite partial to scents, as my husband was actually a perfumer for most of his working life.

Amy said...

This actually sounds really fascinating. I tend to be visual in my escapes (fabric, color, paper), but a scent with a story behind it and more than that a scent with a memory trigger built in could be amazing.