with perfume, but carefully
to buy and wear a perfume
These days we all seem to wear some kind of scents
(or fragrances) as part of our perfume or cologne; not only to impress others but
also to please ourselves. However, pleasing ourselves is fine as long as we are in a private place. In a public place, a fragrance can tell more about you and draw attention to you more than your clothes or body will do. Why? People
may not look at you or notice your clothes for whatever reasons but it is hard to close one's nose.
Here are some tips to get the maximum impact out of your perfumes.
Pick your fragrance not by what is being heavily advertised but what represents your personality. Unless you are a
model or a movie star, most people around you will have a faint understanding of what is hot in the perfumes market.
Visualize your audience
A perfume that may make other women jealous at a party could actually be offensive to colleagues at work. In other words, context is key. Try to imagine who will be around you. If you
are planning to use public transport, as is common in many
countries, be careful about the fragrance since the people around you are now part of your audience.
If you are driving yourself, then you are in much better shape and
can be more adventurous with your perfume choice.