League of Cycloöctadiene Isomer Aestheticists
- Feb 27, 2008
You’re right, seasonal it is!
Top shelf is for cold weather scents
Middle is for year-rounders
Bottom shelf is for hot weather scents
I did not make it like that on purpose, but it’s true that my stinkiest scents seems to have all gone to the “year-round” shelf in the middle! Good guess
LOL! I almost got the seasons right, but I was stuck on “why the heck is Kouros for spring and fall - I love it in the summer, but it’s just as good in winter, and most people think it’s stinky year-round. Maybe that’s the stinky shelf. But Eau Sauvage? Must be primo vintage to stink good!”
In practice, I classify my scents the same way. I try to get as many as possible into year-round use, but the rest fall into summer or winter mostly.