Summary: Every time I traveled overseas I would buy my wife a coming home gift. Many times it was a bottle of parfum or cologne. This fragrance to me is stronger in its fragrance than many of the parfums my wife likes. It used to be one of her favorites but now she feels that it is too strong and overpowering for her sense of smell. For me it is a strong fragrance of flowers and it wears differently depending on the heat of the day.
Summary: After reading these reviews I find out I'm not the only one who wondered why my new order isn't like my old Red Door. I also ordered the Red Velvet at the same time & it is really BAD, I think I may send it back. I've wrn Red Door for years & had so many comments how lovely it smelled even after all day, now nothing, my husband even asks, "Why don't you have your cologne on?
Summary: My friend described Red Door as ‘very perfumery’ and I agree. The big, bold and powerful bouquet, mixed from impressive number of flowers, does not smell gentle or natural. It is designed to stand out and announce its presence from far away. Child of 1980s, Red Door was designed to exude aggressive confidence. Whenever I smelled it, I always thought about tough business woman in tailored suit, high heels and no nonsense attitude.