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Judy Garland tragically passed away just two weeks after her 47th birthday in 1962. Her life was cut way too short but even still, she made a huge impact on culture. To celebrate what would have been her 100th birthday this past June, QVC just launched an exclusive bottle and keepsake box of Judy — A Garland Fragrance. This unisex fragrance is inspired by what the iconic actress wore herself and will be exclusive to the retailer until December.

Any fan of Judy Garland or The Wizard of Oz will love the keepsake box with quotes inside by Garland and her family. In addition, there’s a new “note” from the Garland family who stand behind the launch. The fragrance features top notes of dark orchid, coriander, tonka bean, elemi and Judy Garland rose (named after the actress); middle notes of Muguet, honey and pink pepper; and base notes of tobacco, chocolate, musk, amber, bourbon vanilla, caramel and patchouli. It’s not too typically feminine or masculine.

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The made-in-Italy bottle will look gorgeous on any vanity. The design was inspired by those famous ruby slippers. Right now, the fragrance and box set is $129 as an introductory offer, though it will normally be $156. It’s a good time to grab it now ahead of the gift-giving season.

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New customers also get free shipping now through the end of 2022. Use code FREESHIP on your first purchase. Please ensure you are opted-in to receive marketing emails for QVC to receive your coupon to apply towards your future purchases. Happy shopping!

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