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Hove Perfume, New Orleans - Original scents from a long trad

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Uploaded on Jan 3, 2008

In every great city throughout the world there is usually at least one place (a shop, service or experience) that stands out above the rest. It is most often a place that is soulful and unique amongst a backdrop of the predictable. A place that transports you to another time and place. A place that offers the type of experience that will charm you into pondering why everyone doesn't still do business in this way.

Hove' Parfumeur in New Orleans, Louisiana is just such a place.

Established in 1931 by Mrs. Alvin Hovey-King after the depression, turning a much loved hobby and passion into a business, she created fragrances reminiscent of Southern life and luxury. Fragrances such as Magnolia, Vetiver, Spanish Moss, and the renowned favorite Tea Olive (also known as Sweet Olive) these highly seductive blends will toy with your modern day values as they beckon you to a slower, more feminine way of life.

From the moment you walk down the charming French Quarter street, passed by horse drawn buggies as you enter the one-of-a-kind shop, it is an unforgettable step back in time. The cherry wood cabinets, the glass bottles filled with golden and amber liquids, the vintage graphics, the Fourth Generation service and of course the intoxicating aromas themselves.

It is a place that will seep into your skin, your memory, your soul. A romantic place that will ease your frenzied spirit and enchant everyone around you each time you dab a drop of Old World perfume on the nape of your neck.

Visit Hove' Parfumeur in person or online. Allow yourself to be enchanted!

Hove' Parfumeur
824 Royal Street, New Orleans, LA 70116
504-525-7827

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