The spices in the heart accentuate the beauty of exuberant flowers: jasmine, narcissus, rose and ylang-ylang. My mother wore a number of different perfumes when I was a child, but the one she wore most often, that I will always associate as "the Mom smell" is Tabu. amber, clove studded oranges, root beer spiked with Southern Comfort... It's the smell of poking around in her top dresser drawer, it's the smell of her sweater when you sat close to her, it's the smell of someone who will take care of me, it is the smell of someone who will punish me. Dark, spicy oriental with a splash of amber, woodsy notes, civet and Cloves. They are both strong and heady but Youth Dew has a more strong character.
Warm oriental base includes amber, resins, civet and precious woods – sandal and patchouli. It smelled great in the bottle, and very nice indeed on her, but on me, not so much. It's mom all the way and when I once tried a sample of this on my own skin, it felt weird. Tabu makes me think of a classy woman of the 50's with a warm personnality.
Sheer hosiery had 2 million in sales in the one year period ending May 2015, the NPD Group reports, and 27% of those sales were to Millennials, which considering its increase of 9%, the group calls a notable revival.
While the fashion-forward (and Gen X) First Lady Michelle Obama does not wear them, Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton, a Millennial, notably does.
Then it’s sheer, nude pantyhose every day.” Non-conservative restaurants: Hose doesn’t have to be polished or demure.
But they’re still required in some other health care workplaces.
Female officers of the Commissioned Corps of the U. Public Health Service must wear sheer hose when wearing skirts or dresses.
Here’s a rundown of employers keeping the pantyhose industry alive.
Health care: Pantyhose were required wearing for women workers at the Mayo Clinic, but as of June, they’ve been removed from the dress and decorum policy, which forbids jeans, fleece and hiking boots.