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Perfumes of the stars, and rambles
posted by Colleen Shirazi on Thursday, August 28, 2008 at 9:08 PM (Pacific)

jean patou sublime

Here's a site dedicated to the "perfumes of the stars": Celebrity Fragrance Guide: A Guide to Smelling Famous.

It's occurred to me, one of the most useful items in my wardrobe is...a camisole. Camisoles are seldom lauded as fashion essentials, the way shoes and jackets are, yet a good camisole can make an outfit work; a bad camisole, or no camisole at all, can ruin the entire outfit.

I own some stretchy ones...the trick is to find ones of sufficiently thick fabric. I don't mean you have to dress like a nun, but that thin see-through stuff defeats the purpose of wearing a camisole. I have a lace one too, of a nice light rayon material.

Yet I sense a "wardrobe hole." I'd like to own at least one more camisole; two would be nice. It's not something I'd drop everything to shop for (seeing as I already own several), but if I happen upon a good one while shopping, I'm sure to buy it.

I've never thrown away this sort of thing, until it's totally worn out.

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