Summary: As with all of Tom Ford's private blend scents, this reminds me strongly of something and I cannot recall what. The opening notes recall a wonderful women's perfume that I seem to remember smelling--and loving--in the 70s.
Summary: Arabian Wood Great fragrance. Some people may not like it, but the majority do. It can't be worn for every occasion, but the same is true for all fragrances. Its one that should be used for special occasions, and is a great addition to any collection.
Summary: Some habits that you just can't lose Recommended by an amazing Maven at the Ala Moana Neiman Marcus store I have been dipping into this to find her well of promise. Along with Champaca Absolute this was my equal favourite sample of the TF Private Blends.
Summary: barbershop Arabian? This smells Arabian in the manner of a Penhaligon's fragrance, that is to say, British. First and foremost, can we dispense with "Arabian" unless we’re referring to horses or history? I assume Tom Ford uses the word because it’s Fashion Fantastical.
Summary: This needs to be called Arabian Rose...the rose is front and center and very powdery -- it IS however not as feminine and as soapy (in my opinion) as something like Lyric Man from Amouage. I really enjoy rose based fragrances and I enjoy Arabian Wood A LOT. Go light on it..
Summary: The flowery bergamot opening note was a bit generic and a disappointment to me, and often with a TF scent that means that worse things are to come. In this case, however, I was pleasantly disappointed, and the drydown added a pleasant green-woody note that, whilst not spectacular, was an...