Iâ€™m one girl who is not easy to pigeonhole. My passions are desperate and manifold, from writing to zombie movies, running to bacon cheeseburgers. My hair color has spanned most every hue on the color wheel and my clothes can easily morph from campy vintage one day to well tailored and very sophisticated professional wear the next day and even a little ripped fishnet punk rock from time to time. So how can the girl who loves listening to Gershwin, The Sex Pistols, and Patsy Cline bare to stick to one signature scent? Well she canâ€™t, and wonâ€™t. I need change and variation; I need to be spontaneous from time to time.
And that is why I dig Aura Soleil, perfumer Diane Fisherâ€™s collection of scents that are inspired by and named after a variety of first hand experiences. Take Earthly, for example. This particular scent resulted from a trip to the Mediterranean that Fisher took to find herself. But what she really discovered was the overwhelming beauty of blooming almond trees and Turkish mountains. The perfume itself draws from marzipan and vanilla milk to create a scent that truly pays homage to Fisherâ€™s poignant moments abroad. There are well over a dozen scents by Aura Soleil that suit those special moods or feelings that are difficult to capture in a few words, but can easily be suggested with a single smell. Find your mood and matching scent at Aurasoleil.com.