White florals can very easily slip into dated territory

Another fragrance note that cropped up was white florals, such as jasmine or tuberose. In fact, after sprtizing [sic] some scents in the Who What Wear beauty cupboard, junior beauty editor Grace Lindsay and I came to the conclusion that white florals can very easily slip into dated territory—and other beauty journalists agree.

—Read more in Beauty Editors Think These 4 Perfumes Smell “Dated”—Here’s What We’re Spritzing Instead at Who What Wear.


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