Perfume blogger Katie Puckrik (photographed by Kimberly Metz, pictured in front of The Tadpoles of IC, ©Mark Hanson) is this week’s Nosy Interview: perfume patchwork, certain plastic, cannibal kissing.
But *which* perfume(s) does Marlen Esparza put on before fights? How did she choose the perfume, and what does it smell like before, during, and after? Does it smell differently when she wins and when she loses? What does it smell like to the other boxer in the ring?
thoughts, feelings, misremembered dreams
L’Artisan Tea for Two
I just found out one of my (many) favorite perfumes has been discontinued. It smells like tea and honey and smoky campfire. And I found out too late, of course. I’m beside myself. I’d always hoped to own a full bottle and spray it on lavishly.
@Andiwouldrunaway (& others lamenting news of Tea for Two’s demise): You might enjoy Spicebomb by Viktor & Rolf. It’s by no means identical, but it may help satisfy your Tea for Two longing.