.136 oz refillable perfume travel atomizer, airline approved (fragrance not included)
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28 piece beauty kit with 20 eye shadows & 6 creamy lip glosses & 2 blushers & 2 applicators & mirror
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a set of 7 cosmetic brushes in a purple carrying case
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1-5 (OF 9 REVIEWS)
Written by Suzy
I fell in love with Casaque by Jean d'Albert when I was working at a perfume counter at a high end department store in the late '70s & early '80s. I cannot tell you how many compliments I used to get -- it was my "signature" scent. To find it again after all these years is such a thrill for me! After all of the scents I used to try to replace it, I never got the compliments on how good I smelled again & never could find a "signature" scent. I was bummed! But the "What are you wearing?" questions are back now that I am wearing Casaque again! Thank you Long Lost Fragrances -- it smells just like the original and when I wear it, it smells just as modern as anything they have out now. Thank you, thank you , thank you!
February 01, 2013
Written by KjG
This was a surprise Christmas gift in 1967 and I was so happy with it. I wore it mostly on dates and definitely to every dance. It made me feel so bouncy and happy. I liked the scent of green vines that was mixed in with it. I would definitely recommend this, and will buy it again. Thanks Long Lost Perfume!!!
October 13, 2012
Written by OKC Girl
My sister brought me a bottle back from a cruise she and her husband took in the 70's. I fell in love with the fragrance as did everyone in my family. I am so happy it is back. I bought one bottle and am buying another. This is one fragrance I save for special occasions. But if I can be sure it is going to be available it will become my only fragrance.
August 10, 2012
Written by Lani
My last memory of Casaque is when my sweet boyfriend and United Airlines pilot gifted me with a glass container of pure perfume. I was in love in 1967. I wore it until it was gone and never found it again. Now, I'm an old lady, my "boyfriend" married another and has passed on at an early age and I'd like to recapture the essence and memory of that first love, an homage to the past and fresh thrill with my long time love and husband of 36 years.
December 14, 2011
Written by M. Yanes
Learning that Casaque was in the market again was like finding a long lost love. I owned my first bottle of Casaque when I was 15, in 1970. Many people asked me what fragrance I was wearing. My dear mother loved that wonderful smell, also. When I received my Casaque (I have to say that I also bought Ecusson, which I also happen to love,) it was like reliving those old memories. Thank you, Long Lost Perfume, you've made me and my husband happy.
October 12, 2011
Design House: Long Lost Perfume
Year Introduced: 1957
Fragrance Notes: hyacinth, mimosa, lemon and bergamot, jasmin, lily of the valley, ylang-ylang, carnation, orange flower, rose absolute, musk and sandalwood
Availability: In Stock Now