By the way, those recommendations to stick with samples and decants for a while when you start exploring perfume are a GOOD IDEA. I wish I had listened more. My Issey Miyake, while a welcome visual component to the collection, is still largely full. The Norell is largely full, too, since warm weather came alongside the start of the intense exploring. There are others there...not so necessary, probably not so needed. The regrets of the collection can be catalogued later.
To be fair, other bottles were acquired and I have no regrets. For example, there's a full bottle of Magie Noire, because the sample I "wristed" my spouse with had such a positive visceral effect that he went out to purchase some THAT DAY. Goodness, my habit encouraged, my discovery that I might like something a little "dirty" in my perfume supported...new tricks for both my nascent perfumista and my marriage. ;)