Favorite Fragrances for Women 2018

Favorite Fragrances for Women 2018

Perfumes…so many to choose from! Where does one even start? You try one on, then another and suddenly they all smell the same. Which have lasting power? Which smell outdated? Which smell modern? Which evoke happy memories?

A signature scent is such a fun thing to have. It’s a reflection of you, your personality and it’s what people will remember you by. Scents trigger powerful memories so having a good one is important! A small dose of a scent can bring your mind back to a special memory, a place, a season, a person, a flower, a tree, a sunrise on a warm day, a day at the beach or a romantic night in the city. When you choose a fragrance, you’re choosing much more than a scent. You’re choosing a memory for yourself and others.

I recently asked my readers on Facebook what their favorite fragrance to wear was and what did they like about it? I thought it would be a fun way for Em & Gracie readers to learn more about other fragrances and why people liked them in case they were looking for something new to wear. When reading the responses below, let’s not forget that fragrances are a matter of preference and they don’t smell the same on everyone. Continue reading “Favorite Fragrances for Women 2018”

The Most Wonderful Time of the Year

The Most Wonderful Time of the Year

Fall has arrived and in my opinion it’s the most wonderful time of year in the world of fashion! I get so excited for this time of year. In the summer, I stick to the basics but fall brings a whole new vibe to shopping and getting dressed. As I’ve gotten older, I’ve learned to purchase quality pieces over random things I don’t really need. I like to mix classic with trendy and soft with edgy looks. Continue reading “The Most Wonderful Time of the Year”

Pocketful of Sunshine!

Pocketful of Sunshine!

It’s no secret that my favorite flowers are sunflowers. They’re bright, happy, fun and radiate sunshine! When I heard about this sunflower farm nearby I knew I had to check it out. My attempt to plant my own in our backyard this year was futile. They only grew to be a foot tall and for the most part looked half-dead all Summer. Note to self…plant in a sunnier spot next year.

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