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  • secretcity
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    I love smelling like old books. There are many alternatives available in the indie perfume world as well, because some of the fragrances listed here and in similar articles are incredibly expensive. I will say that I've seen good reviews for Sweet Tea Apothecary, but these oils do not necessarily smell like 'books' per se. More like the interpretation of the authors for which they're named. If you're looking for the more literal notes of books (things like dry paper, ink, book bindings, must, etc), I don't think you'll find them at STA.

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