selkie. sel·kie. also sil·kie. noun.
A creature or spirit in Scottish and Irish folklore that has the form of a seal but can also assume human form. Alternative forms saelkie, selky, seilkie, sejlki, shelky, silkey, silkie, sulky
A typical folk-tale is that of a man who steals a female selkie's skin, finds her naked on the sea shore, and compels her to become his wife. But the wife will spend her time in captivity longing for the sea, her true home, and will often be seen gazing longingly at the ocean. Once she discovers her skin, she will immediately return to the sea.
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Summer... if Selkie had a summer scent it would be a combination of jasmine, copper tone, Pina Coladas, a tiny touch of mosquito repellant and glitter. What does glitter smell like? Get a similar scent, my favorite summer perfume "The Beach" by Bobbie Brown.