Summary: It was instant love ..with the bottle,something so consintent and definitively luxurious,the fragrance itself became secondary to me,actually I could not stop thinking that if one night out in Miami if you found a dead drug lord and pick up his jacket as a souvenir this would be the exact way it could smell,got used to the strong leather and musk after a while,also remember thinking that I possibly smelled like I hijacked my father's cologne..
Summary: I love all most of the perfumes from Gucci. I waited this perfume since last year but it was too expensive. I finally found it on Amazon and bought it. I love the scent for cooler weather. It last forever.
Summary: I have used him for years and this has been a long time. I have found a rest test and rediscovered him newly by chance now. The beginning is very tastily, sharply and at the same time soft. Caraway and thyme duel gently with Heliotrope. I find the interplay of seasoning and lighten sweet ones wonderfully. Whoever doesn't like orange flowers should keep away from it. The Orient fans perhaps should glance at it.
Summary: It is not for everyone, but I adore this perfume. It is unique, earthy, sexy and beautiful. This scent unleashes inner tigress in me. It feels ancient and mysterious – like walking through the ruins of a forgotten, ancient temple and feeling connection to dark mysteries of ancient times. The composition is sultry and spicy. The opening is a bit sharp with orange blossom and heliotrope, but it goes into middle notes pretty quick and they are so divine.
Summary: This fragrance smells nice and pleasant at the first sniff, but it doesn't stay that way. The way it smells when it first goes on is a lot different 3 hours later. Just not that same aroma that grabs you in the beginning. Gucci Guilty is much better.
Summary: As odd as this may sound, GUCCI EAU DE PARFUM is a lovely little ode to the caraway seed. I didn't know this until I saw the notes, but I was certainly pleased by the woody nuttiness which I was unable to identify, and there it was: a double dose of caraway seed! In its warmth and woodiness, GUCCI compares favorably with DOLCE VITA, but GUCCI has its own distinct flavor--figuratively and literally.
Summary: Somehow, Gucci EDP brings to mind clean skin *and* soiled underwear. The jasmine and resinous notes are utterly carnal in nature. It's a fabulously sexy fragrance but, sadly, I don't think I can pull it off.
Summary: I picked this up at TJ Maxx a long time ago and just got around to trying it. Now that it's winter I love diving into a good heady bottle of amber and spices, and this one fits the bill. I can apply this right before I go to work and still smell it 10 hours later, so the lasting power is awesome. I work as a meat cutter (butcher) so I come into contact with lots of not-so-nice-smelling things all day long.