Jean Nate by Revlon: "First launched back in 1935 for the Jean Nate Company, which was later bought by Revlon. This timeless classic possesses citrus, floral and spicy notes, such as lavender, jasmine, rose, carnation, lily of the valley, cedar, tonka bean, musk and sandalwood."
Youth Dew from Estee Lauder: "Absolutely captivating, with opulent flowers, rich spices, precious woods. It has been called one of the sexiest fragrances ever created, and more than 50 years after it was launched it continues to entice with its sensual, yet timeless appeal. Estée wanted to find a way for women to buy their own perfume, so in 1953 she created Youth-Dew, a bath oil that doubled as a skin perfume."
There is no question that certain perfumes are a Feminine Differential. However, has perfume wearing gone down the same path as panty hose? Do women still wear or use perfume? According to a 2008 NYTimes article "The Sweet Smell of ... Nothing":
“Eighty-five percent of women are still buying fragrance, but an increasing number tell us they are wearing fewer scents, less frequently or not at all.”
So my question to you: Do you in general tend to wear fragrance less now than you did in the past? What is your favorite? Memories?