In spite of recommending At the Beach 1966, I'm much more of an autumn/winter girl, and love dark, smokey fragrances. Hence why I love this. According to Christopher, it's the smell of burning maple leaves. For me, its the essence of autumn, bottled.
Perfume is a matter of personal preference. What might, to someone, smell like a sweet summer day, might to another smell like wet dog. And besides, not everyone wants to smell like flowers or patchoulli or sweet fruit. Some people prefer the, er, earthy scent of, say burning maple leaves. It is a comfort to some, reminding them of crisp, fall days, and reminds them of nature in general. available in four varieties and sizes.