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You can’t go wrong with either, really.
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What’s the difference? Fo reals?
SUCH pretty photos!!! I don’t think Number 5 is quite my thing yet, but I’m pretty sure I’ll make it there one day
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I totally agree. Worn together or alone, chic, elegant, and classic.
I never tire of the Chanel No. 5 scent. It is not trendy, overstated, but very hard to describe. If I need a little confidence booster or a special occasion to attend, what could be better than Pearls and Chanel No. 5.
Love the top photo Karen.
Two of my favorites, Pearls and Chanel….
I am all for the pearls, but I personally can not stand Chanel No.5 it is just too overpowering and musky for me, I much more prefer to smell fresh, not floral, but fresh like cucumbers or baby powder which makes musk one of my biggest enemies. Maybe one day when I am an older lady who goes to the salon for her weekly roller set I will like it, but until then, you won’t find me within 100 feet of a Chanel No.5 bottle!
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I like the scent of Chanel No 5 – on other people. Sadly, this perfume gives me a headache and a runny nose.
Of my three dogs, one of them is female and she wears nothing but chanel #5. she loves it. she starts wagging her tail when she sees the bottle come out. the body powder is also fantastic. it really covers her stank. here she is on fb: https://www.facebook.com/mimi.collins.756
I much prefer l’Eau PremiÃ¨re, which is classy and good, even though a bit dull in a way. I think the Extrait is much better, honestly speaking I’ve never worn it yet and I don’t intend to. But I will probably wear l’Eau PremiÃ¨re again.
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