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Chopard Casmir Eau de Parfum Spray for Her - 100 ml

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Her tune changed pretty quick, and she reached behind the counter and retrieved a very small, very expensive bottle. Note: The pros and cons listed on this page have been generated using the artificial intelligence system, which analyzes product reviews submitted by our members. It’s still spicy vanilla coconuts and fruit all mixed up together and for me it’s warm, comforting, classy, and addictive.

Nevertheless, I am impressed by this perfume and do think it should be considered as one of the classics. In my mind it hasn't changed much (I used to have a bottle 15 years ago), but i haven't done a side-by-side, so can't confirm this hasn't been reformulated. It's a little gem and although targeted towards females, I think men could easily get away with this beauty.I just love wearing this to just be home in and to bed as i am a 90's child and nostalgic of nature. Overripe peaches, at the brink of fermentation, drizzled with vanilla extract and arranged, along with a few fragrant flowers, into a baroque still life. I still have a version produced by Coty in 2015, and I confess I like the scent of the new one more because, as both my husband and I have noticed, it has a stronger dose of vanilla, which is fine by me!

It’s very sweet but the spiciness and patchouli give it a definite unisex vibe especially in 2021(does lean feminine though) big coconut, peach, apricot, vanilla and benzoin. And as I grew more confident in myself and more wary of socially constructed norms, I happily dedicated myself to exploring all of the magic and mystery of perfumery. Now it doesn't really suit me anymore and it's a bit too sweet, girly and gourmand for me in my 40s. Because I am currently appreciating Casmir, I am thinking that I have written off something potentially wonderful due to my prejudice, and plan on fixing that soon.Maybe it puts me in mind of childhood memories of incense that my aunt used to burn at home, or incense mixed with the richly spiced, mouthwatering food that was always cooking at my relatives' places when I was growing up. I can try to like someone all I want to, get to know them, empathize , blah blah blah- but at the end of the day if my gut told me the cold hard truth, that's that. com perfumes magazine - All Rights Reserved - do not copy anything without prior written permission.

At first it comes on strong but dries down fairly quickly to a scent that radiates around arm's length on me. I have this and agree with the review that it's very similar to Avon Far Away with the initial first spray I find all Avon fragrances have a bit of an artificial note to them that make you think 'Avon' . I suppose there are scent “trends” but either way, this is just a gorgeous warm, powdery, slightly spicy and rich fragrance. That’s when I was blown away… by a loud raging spice locomotive, on a vanilla bean train track… dry hot breezes blowing.

I wanted to like this, as it’s quite the bargain, but it just smells busy, synthetic, and cloyingly sweet to me, like a Tom Ford. I can usually pick out the many notes from complex perfumes as they evolve but from this I only receive peach and vanilla and find it very flat and sickly. Hard to believe I made it through the 90's without getting a tattoo or wearing Casmir, but here I am. What was most exciting was rediscovering these scents in the chilly dampness of an autumn London evening.

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