Summary: This is a great gift to give a partner or any man in your life. My absolute favorite scent for men. I *really* wish they still made Dreamer for Women. I don't know why they kept making it for men but discontinued it for women, because that scent was equally as wonderful.
Summary: Simply the best, Versace nailed "The Dreamer" not for everyone that is for sure. But for those who are dreamers this is the best ever. It truly captures in a fragrance what a dreamer is all about and beyond that, it inspires. I have been using this since it came out in 1996 a dedicated user.
Summary: This is one of my favorite colognes. It lasts a long time once applied. I find it to be a good winter cologne or a night time cologne. It's got a very dense or thick smell to it [if that makes any sense] so i don't think it'd be as suitable for summer. Very much like a light musky or powdery vanilla. A reviewer on youtube said, "It smells like a newborn babies ass covered in vanilla syrup" and that, in all honesty, isn't particularly far off.
Wait 20 minutes, better than Blue Jeans. Must-have for winter.
Jared Recktenwald, amazon.com
3 weeks ago
Summary: Nice bottle design. I noticed it's clear when it arrives though and in the picture it looks cloudy. Sweet smelling and has a lot of alcohol in it. Good for fall/winter. It will take a good 20 minutes for the smell to change to something nice and comforting. If you smell your wrist before then, you'll find it gets in your nose just like alcohol would. It's very strong so I'm not concerned about the sweetness; it's plenty masculine if that's what you're looking for.
Summary: Pure, clean, white. Like freshly fallen snow, that hid the foodprints from a virgin, passing trough a fir forest, few hours ago. This is what Dreamer smells to me. It actually has a similar vibe like Chacharel Noa (the Nivea Soft type of smell), but it's more masculine, peppery, but also floral fresh. This scent seems to be the younger, fresher, more coquettish brother from Prada Amber Pour Homme. They are not similar! They just share this pure, powdery/balsamic vibe.
Summary: Okaayyy! I did a side by side comparison today with the reformulation and the vintage version. I'll start by saying that both of them have the same excellent longevity and projection - the reform hasn't been watered down as some say it's been. No no.. Dreamer is just as strong as before. The vintage version opens up much more tame than the current version - it's sweeter and with less tobacco.