Summary: This is the only "pure" floral in my collection, and by that I mean this is the only scent I have that weighs so hard on the flowers. Already, this saying something! I find this sensual, in a "madame" kind of way - sensual, but not overtly sexy, feminine, but not screaming her presence. Armani code for women, on my skin, mostly translates into a simple triad: Orange - jasmine - honey. The orange is more bitter at first, more refreshing and sweet as time goes by.
Summary: Armani Code for Women is pleasant enough. You're not going to offend anyone wearing this. To my nose, it's a pretty generic scent. Citrus and jasmine are the two main notes I pick up, but there are so many other scents that do either or both of those notes better than this. My husband summed it up well: "Not bad, but nothing special.
Summary: I love this scent but hate having to pay $80+ for just one bottle of perfume. I usually like to find deals for the 2.5oz perfume only and don't like to pay over $40 or so for it so I was very happy to win an auction ($45) for not only the 2.5oz spray, but the body lotion and shower gel as well! This is my favorite scent and the only thing that made it better was getting the shower gel and lotion as well!
Summary: Heady beautiful intoxicating fragrance! Armani Code is an amazing concotion of flowers and syrupy honey and vanilla. When I wear it I feel like I'm wrapped up in a warm cashemire blanket. This is a very feminine scent deep and warm you won't go unnoticed while wearing Code.
Summary: First a tribute to the bottle. Its just lovely. The stature demands notice and is a clue to the unique juice it holds. It's my first experience with a honey dominated fragrance. This is how sweetness for a mature, confident woman and possibly a man, is done. Combined with the vanilla, it conveys a deeper sweetness, almost sultry. Orange is presents but the floral notes elude me. Definitely an evening scent, likely a cold weather scent. Very nice.