I like channel #5
I love perfume, but I can't afford the ones I truly like.
If money was no object - 'Coco Mademoiselle' by Chanel or 'Dolce Vita' by Christian Dior.
But mine is a cheap vintage one, 'Splendor' by Elizabeth Arden, which is not bad. If I were rich I'd like to start a perfume company which uses more natural ingredients.
I love someone's natural smell. Isn't perfume an act of covering one's natural smell of which people are afraid that others don't like it? Eat healthy, drink healthy, rinse yourself with water (sometimes use soap) and you have the best smell you can think of, and it fits only you.
My signature scent was Beautiful by Estee Lauder.
At age 40, I was diagnosed with asthma. "Garcon, I didn't order this," I joked to the doctor. She laughed. "Being born prematurely increased your chance of adult-onset asthma by 36 percent," she replied.
Now perfume triggers my asthma, even scented candles.
"You smell good," men say. That's a relief. Must be my natural smell.