Perfect for Summer
- QuickviewCreedPerfect for a romantic evening out with your partner, Love In White by Creed delivers an overtly floral scent with subtle hints of citrus for a stimulating yet refreshing aroma. Introduced in 2005, this feminine fragrance pairs notes of orange peel with iris, magnolia and Bulgarian rose to deliver a beautiful balance of sweetness and freshness. Designed for evening wear, this eau du parfum creates an alluring aromatic experience that captures the attention of anyone nearby.
- QuickviewDolce & GabbanaEveryone will want to know what fragrance you're wearing when you spritz on Dolce by Dolce & Gabbana. This enticing fragrance features the intriguing scent of neroli leaves combined with floral notes such as white amaryllis, narcissus, white water lilies and sweet papaya flowers. This blend creates a delightful women's scent that will garner compliments everywhere you go. The scent is casual and romantic, so you can wear it as your signature scent. The fragrance was introduced in 2014."
- QuickviewCalvin KleinBe true to your femininity when you spritz on this Truth eau de parfum for women, released in 2000 by the house of Calvin Klein. This light and airy fragrance features a simple note palate that is fresh, clean and crisp, taking your senses on a quiet, tranquil scent journey. A fusion of bamboo and clover open the fragrance, forming a captivating coupling before cascading to a blackberry and sandalwood heart. A creamy vanilla base leaves you feeling vital and confident.
- QuickviewCreedAfter the great success of the masculine fragrance Aventus, launched in 2010 to celebrate Creed’s 250th anniversary, Creed decided to create its female version Aventus for Her, launching in June 2016. The new fragrance for women is said to be as compelling as its legendary masculine counterpart.
- QuickviewCartierDeclaration Essence de Cartier is an Eau de Toilette for men belonging to the citrus-aromatic olfactory family. This fragrance was launched in the year 2001 and its aromatic pyramid is made of orange blossom, sandalwood, amber, lavender, musk, tea, lemon, vetiver and geranium. You are watching the presentation of 100 ml.
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