How to Smell Great (Even if You're Covered in Spit-Up)
With these simple tips, nobody will ever know you haven't showered in days and have decaying cereal puffs trapped in your bra
The big cover-upIt's 7:30 a.m., you're rushing to get out of the house and make it to work on time, and your bambino spits up that breast milk you worked so hard on -- all over your blouse. When there's no time to change, Ann, a new mom with a 7-week-old at home, grabs her trusty bottle of Demeter Fragrance Library Cologne in Laundromat, $28.59. "I keep a bottle of it in my diaper bag and take it with me whenever I go out with my daughter. When she inevitably spits up on me -- always at the worst times -- I can spritz a little on and it at least smells like I changed into fresh clothes!" Demeter also makes perfumes with names like "Clean Skin" and "Pure Soap," theoretically allowing you to wear the same outfit all week long.