Hello Posse! Vintage Miss Dior EdT is about as close to a signature as I have. There is quite a stockpile of it here and it fits every mood like a glove. There are a few fragrances that sit happily alongside it as goes with anything, anytime, anywhere, stand out powerhouses yet curiously comfy. Guerlain has given me Mitsouko and Shalimar. There are Niki de Saint Phalle and Jacomo Silences, Clinique Aromatics Elixir, CHANEL Boy and Coco. Neela Vermeire Mohur, Mona di Orio Vanille and Eau Absolue and Cacharel Liberté too. I’m sure there are others that I’ve forgotten.
Vintage Miss Dior EdT
Here you can see one of my bottles with the banged up lid. It’s still here but not what I’m using today. I’m currently using a 100ml. It has propellant giving it the most outrageous gush, it also spurts out the sides so I get an ice cold blast most unexpectedly every time. Vintage Miss Dior EdT is special, it’s beauty stems from the furriness. Weird adjective for fragrance right but in this case it’s so well placed. Vintage Miss Dior EdT can wrap you up like the most expensive silk cashmere scarf, elegant and comfortable, impeccably stylish and yet curiously welcoming.
The legend goes that Christian Dior asked perfumers Jean Carles and Paul Vacher to create a fragrance that smells like the feeling of falling in love. It’s probably as close as the world will ever get.
It’s getting harder and harder to find at reasonable prices on the net. One good thing to know is that the fakers haven’t got a hold of it like they have with the CHANELs and Joy. All my purchases except one have been the real deal. Honestly that one could have turned nasty rather than been fake.
Surrender To Chance has vintage Miss Dior EdT samples from $6/ml
Do you wear a particular vintage a lot?