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    ^^The Dolce and Gabbana? Just looked it up, sounds really nice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brookie View Post
    Lemon Pledge.
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    Go natural. Stuff lemons in your bra. Or handbag.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ConstanceSpry View Post
    ^^The Dolce and Gabbana? Just looked it up, sounds really nice.
    That's the one. I love it. I've used it off and on for over 10 years. It's very light and fresh.
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    I have an Origins - Ginger essence - it was very gingery a few years ago, and now the citrus notes seem to be coming on stronger with age and I love it.

    Clinique Happy also smells citrusy on me. I also received a set of Clinque Happy testers, one is named "Happy - hint of citrus" which is my favorite.

    My friend has a Coach Poppy scent - I think there are 3 versions that I am aware of, one has more citrus - just don't recall which it is.
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    Most citrusy perfumes smell like stale pee in most people i know after a while..i really like them but avoid them,even in summer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JazzyGirl View Post
    I have an Origins - Ginger essence - it was very gingery a few years ago, and now the citrus notes seem to be coming on stronger with age and I love it.

    Clinique Happy also smells citrusy on me. I also received a set of Clinque Happy testers, one is named "Happy - hint of citrus" which is my favorite.

    My friend has a Coach Poppy scent - I think there are 3 versions that I am aware of, one has more citrus - just don't recall which it is.
    Thanks for those, I was aware of Clinique Happy, but not the other 2.

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    Most citrusy perfumes smell like stale pee in most people i know after a while..i really like them but avoid them,even in summer.
    Yes, seems like such a simple fragrance, but it's really hard to get right. Maybe McJag's lemons in the purse and bra would be the best approach after all.
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