Roxy by Quicksilver
This was *the* fragrance for every burgeoning teen-punk circa 2007. Placed strategically in both PacSun and Zumiez, it was only a matter of time before every Etnies Callicut seeking youth also added this bottle to their physical cart. They were crossing that fine line of mainstream into alternative, and strongly identified with Buttercup from The Powerpuff Girls.
They were actively looking for little rebellions, starting with fishnet gloves and Djarum Blacks. Their emotions were intense, but curbed by the fruity top notes of Roxy and soothing angst of Fefe Dobson and Hayley Williams. In many ways this perfume mirrored (discontinued, RIP) the tenants of any great pop punk song with its simple, yet catchy composition.
Top notes included fruity notes and red berries; middle notes magnolia, ylang-ylang, lily-of-the-valley and violet; base notes musk, frangipani, sandalwood and amber. In real life you smelled like the moment your Chi flat iron sizzled the Frieda Frizz Ease Hair Serum right off your head.