Smell Like a Million Bucks

First let’s make it clear that just because a fragrance has an expensive price tag doesn’t necessarily mean that it will make you smell rich. Most fragrances that are purchased from other than drugstores can be costly. These fragrances evoke messages that the wearer has found a perfume that expresses who they are or that they just love it. In other cases the wearer will select anything that is bearer at the first whiff regardless what it makes them smell like. These people tend to spend way too much on perfume only to smell cheap. A fragrance that smells classy can be found online for a fragment of the cost then department store prices.

Those individuals that have money may not spend it in good taste. There is a difference between “wealthy” and “classy”. Wealthy people have the means to throw money around and acquire whatever they are promoting on Rodeo Drive. But that doesn’t mean they love that fragrance, it may be because that particular perfume is hard to find and the cost to acquire it coincides. This may not make them smell wealthy and also tend to lead people in inquiring how classy that scent is on that person depending on how and when they wear it.

Are there fragrances available that smell like money? In my viewpoint, in order to smell wealthy means going with a traditional scent. However, on the other hand for those wealthy types who are livelier may prefer something a little less traditional.

Then there are those wealthy people who wear perfume that makes a statement. Their perfume usually draws the attention to those around them.

To me, just because someone has money doesn’t mean they have class. These types of individuals tend to come from a tradition of having expensive things which included their choice of perfume. For those of us who wear perfume daily and don’t save it for special occasions are more willing to select a fragrance that is out of our fragrance wardrobe.

I envision that to smell like a million bucks a fragrance maker would extract the oils from $100 dollar bills and bottle it. I don’t think any of them have thought of that and I can’t imagine that it would be something I would purchase regardless of the price.

Is smelling “wealthy” important to you or are you more inclined to lean toward smelling “classy”? Whichever way you go, being satisfied with your fragrance choice is extremely important.

Source by Patti Zimmerman