Baghari Perfume by Robert Piguet, Baghari is a perfume that was created for women in 1950 by Robert Piguet.
This citrus and florally fragrance contains top notes of bergamot, orange blossom, lemon, and aldehydes. It has beautiful middle notes of rose, lilac, lily-of-the-valley, jasmine, ylang-ylang, and bourbon vetiver. Its base notes finish the fragrance with musk, amber, vanilla, and benzoin. This is a fresh and romantic fragrance with great longevity and heavy sillage. It could be a great fragrance if you are wanting to feel feminine.
Robert Piguet is a French perfume manufacturer created by the designer of the same name. He was originally a fashion designer and opened his own salon and fashion house. He began working in perfumery in the 1940s when he met Germaine Cellier. His first scent was released in 1944, and his final fragrances were launched in the 1960s. His brand was sold several times, and many of his original fragrances have been reinvented.