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A wave of nostalgia appears to have swept the nation, with the swinging sixties creeping back into fashion.
Hawaiian shirts, traditional barbershops and vintage buys are all making a comeback, and with it, retro scents.
Perfume - Shop - Cent - Increase - Sales
The Perfume Shop has reported a 35 per cent yearly increase in the sales of traditional fragrances made famous in the 1960s.
Surprisingly, the fragrance specialists say millennials are driving the craze, along with the trend of adopting a sixties lifestyle.
Expert - Brand - Sixties - Prominence - Scents
An expert for the brand explained the sixties could be defined by the prominence in scents with lavender, tobacco and sandalwood notes, moving away from 'gourmand' notes of chocolate, vanilla and cinnamon.
'Retro scents reminiscent of private clubs and barbershops of the sixties are back. We're also seeing popular fashion styles such as Hawaiian shirts and drinks such as Aperol making their comeback,' said Adam Anderson, Commercial Director.
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Now more than more than 50 years after its launch, it is once again making its way in to homes around Britain with sales at up 94 per cent compared to last year.
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