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Adagio

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When I was a Teenager, the older women at work told me to buy Adagio from the chemist shop on my way home. They said my boyfriend would melt into my arms and so I did. He didn't make any comments that evening but he smiled a lot. Adagio came in a little bottle and it was sweet smelling.


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Adagio Last post by remember
22 July 2008

Do You Remember Adagio?

Do You Remember Adagio?

  • Anonymous user
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    I used Adagio by Fiona Sands from the day I started work until I had my first child in 1969 at that point it made me feel sick. I stopped using it. But I have fond memories of this perfume .
  • Anonymous user
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    I'm just researching 60's perfume for my new novel and remembered Adagio, so was hoping it fitted the time scale and it does. Brings back nice memories of those wonderful teenage years.
  • Anonymous user
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    I am listing some on ebay! talc still smells good xx
  • Anonymous user
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    I thought I was the only person who remembered this beautifuyl perfume. Please Fiona Sands, bring it back again.
  • Anonymous user
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    I loved Adagio too but I seem to remember it as a spray, a bit like todays body sprays. I keep checking the web hoping that it may be resurrected one day!
  • Anonymous user
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    It was a lovely perfume - came in a small bottle and featured a long haired lady walking through misty long grass. I wish I could find it again now!
  • Anonymous user
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    I agree used to love adagio.wasnt too heavy or expensive.wish was still around now.Most of stuff now has the same way of catching you at the back of your throat and smells more like aftershave.
  • Anonymous user
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    I loved Adagio. I always felt really dressed up and elegant when I wore it.