This white linen shirt reminds me of White Linen perfume.
I used to think Estee Lauder was the height of sophistication, especially the fragrance ads in glossy magazines.
I wanted to live the life of the Cinnabar woman which looked full of glamour and a hint of danger.
I loved the heady scent which wasn't quite as overpowering as Opium - the other 1980s teenage scent of choice.
Then along came White Linen, its crisp and clean notes seduced me.
For several years I wore White Linen and it is probably the start of the journey which led me to my signature fragrance which is Jo Malone's Pomegranate Noir - a mix of the strong fragrance of Cinnabar and the clean lines of White Linen.
What's your fragrance story?
Shoes - Clarks
Trousers - H & M
Shirt - Boden