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I’ve got a problem with packaging. If it’s done really well, it can make me stop caring whether something is seasonably appropriate and want it anyway. Sure it’s summer, but these adorable bundled-up perfumes at Ten Over Six make me long for colder weather and thick sweaters. Named for Berlin, Copenhagen and Damascus, each of these perfumes by Henrik Vibskov comes with patterned sweater sleeves that remind me of a ski slope somewhere far away. I’m not much (or at all) of a skier, so I’ll swap the snow for these bottles instead. Click here to check them out online and place an order. xo, grace

  1. Wow! These are so cute ;) I like.

  2. Michelle says:

    Well, I obviously need my perfume to be cozy now. Type D sounds lovely. I agree that adorable packaging completely sways me out of logical decisions at times.

  3. I spotted these in NYC last spring and fell in love with the Type D perfume. Even though it is a bit pricey, I have no regrets!


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