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So, if you were a tween in the 2000s, you probably don’t need me to elaborate any further on the iconique Love Spell.
But I will anyway, because what’s better than a walk down memory lane? Love Spell was the scent you wore when you
finally graduated from Juice Bar/”Warm Vanilla Sugar” by Bath & Body Works and convinced your mom to take you to
for the first time. I forget what it sold for in 2002, but it now goes for about $7 at the lingerie retailer.
Introduced in 1999, wanted to create a formula that went beyond a concentrated version of a fruit. “…
when we were developing it, a lot of the scents out there were overtly fruity in a singular, condensed way—like a sole
apple, a pear, or peach—so we wanted to do something that wasn’t as one-dimensional,” Mark Knitowski, Victoria’s
Secret SVP of Product Innovations told InStyle.