by Susan Ellis
One of my favorite characters from fiction is Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle, who has a knack for helping the neighborhood children break bad habits. The cures often have a cruel streak — nearly starving a picky eater, planting radishes on a child who refuses to take a bath.
Two notable aspects about Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle: She lives in an upside-down house and smells like cookies.
I am going somewhere with this ...
A few days ago, I spotted this Macaroon perfume by Royal Apothic ($16) at Anthropologie. The aroma is chiefly of coconut.
The company encourages mixing two or three scents, which include fig, quince, black walnut, and green tea.