Summary: Long due review... this fragrance is simply amazing and has a very special place in my heart. I purchased a 50ml when flying down to California for an internship a couple of years ago and almost missed my flight because of it! That was during when I just started dating my boyfriend so Versense to me is synonymous to beach, hot romance, salt in the hair and long drives along the hot dry Californian roads by the coastline.
Summary: I see people comparing Versense Versace to Chanel Chance the green bottle. The opening might be similar, however Chanel Chance goes into much deeper tones and lasts considerably longer. Versense Versace is a nice one, if you want to feel wide awake early in the morning, however, this effect sooner or later disappears and you might end up with not so special something in the end of the day.
Summary: As a Greek I really wanted to love this...but I didn't. I love citruses and figs but there is too much of them in here. I prefer Un Jardin en Mediterranée from Hermès in this category. Versence is not unpleasant in any way, but it's generic and unisex in my opinion.
Summary: For me this is much more in the same vein as Light Blue and not so much Chance eau Fraiche. (I own and love all three fragrances.) While Light Blue is strictly a summer fragrance for me, Versense is the one I wear when I crave Light Blue but it's autumn or winter and LB just seems unfit. Versense takes the heart of Light Blue and turns it into something different, classier, deeper and longer lasting. Perfect for chilly autumn/ winter weather.