Summary: I have a problem with Tom Ford's Private Blend Collection ... 90% of it is pure bilge! Smoke and mirrors ... there are perhaps two that I would consider owning (I've diligently tried all of them)... and then only if they were on major markdown.
Summary: Neroli Portofino is one of the main problems that I have with Tom Ford's Private Blend Collection. Whilst many of the scents within the collection smell expensive and interesting- Neroli Portofino comes up smelling quite childish almost, it has a distinct freshness to it that will absolutley appeal...
Summary: This cologne is/was mainly marketed as a Men's fragrance at Nordstrom when it first came out, NOT Women. I think now it is being marketed as a unisex cologne. I have been wearing this fragrance for about 3 years now and purchased a 100ML (3.4 oz.
Summary: This scent was reported to have been created to capture the essence of the Italian Riviera, and one whiff does almost transport you instantly...Top notes of bergamot and mandarin orange; middle note is african orange flower; and base note is amber..
Summary: This is the best smelling perfume I've ever bought. Too bad it's so pricey. I wish it were more affordable. I just wear it occasionally because I want the bottle to last. On me, the scent lasts all day and well into the evening. That's one of the main reasons I love it.
Summary: Perfection in a bottle. This will get you compliments each and every time you wear it. The Rolex of scent accessorization. If you are on the fence about this one...hop down and buy it. You will not regret it. Fresh and vibrant, a must have for warmer weather.