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Saturday, April 27, 2013

White Satin by Angelique c1949

White Satin by Angelique came out in 1949.





A 1950 ad reads: "Angelique White Satin demurely innocent as a bride, fragrantly floral, light and gay. "

A 1953 ad mentions that this is a "world famous cologne loved for is haunting allure."


What does it smell like? It is classified as a floral fragrance for women with a semi oriental facet. In my opinion, it smells like Avon's original scent of skin so soft. It has notes of citrus (lemon maybe), geranium, powdery amber, lilac, lily of the valley, lavender, light musk, woods such as sandalwood.
  • Top notes: lemon, bergamot, geranium
  • Middle notes: lilac, lily of the valley, lavender
  • Base notes: sandalwood, vanilla, musk, amber, benzoin



I used a vintage 1950s perfume nip to sample the fragrance, smells better on skin than on paper. On the skin it is lush and pretty, a delicate, fresh and light floral powder scent emanates.


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