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    Default Anyone have any ideas

    for a nice not to expensive perfume for an 80 something year old, or any present ideas???

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    Gucci by Gucci is lovely. If you go to perfume connection online it's not too expensive

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    My friends mum uses dkny -be delicious

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    There's a really pretty one we bought my mil.

    Ill double check the name and post.

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    My sister said its called Sunflowers, it's a white and yellow box and is $20. It's lovely and a great smell.

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    Thanks everyone I'll check them out

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    My grandmother (when she was around this age) always liked nice smelling powders or soaps. Body shop has lovely perfumes and not too expensive. I really like the rose or jasmine ones they sell.

    Otherwise some other presents she loved to receive were books, crossword puzzle books and plants.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LifeInShadesOfGrey View Post
    My sister said its called Sunflowers, it's a white and yellow box and is $20. It's lovely and a great smell.
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    Both of these are good ones

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    Quote Originally Posted by summastarlet View Post
    My grandmother (when she was around this age) always liked nice smelling powders or soaps. Body shop has lovely perfumes and not too expensive. I really like the rose or jasmine ones they sell.

    Otherwise some other presents she loved to receive were books, crossword puzzle books and plants.
    The Moroccan Rose range by the Body Shop or the Japanese Cherry Blossom range are perfect. Moroccan Rose smells like old lady I think, but the nice smelling kind There's a Christmas bon bon if you go to a body shop store or to the bodyshop online. It's about $12 Should be a Japanese Cherry Blossom one too for the same.

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