One of Givenchy's best achievements -a warm oriental, perfectly blended, quiet and unobtrusive, seductive and sophisticated.
The sandalwood, amber, vanilla and nutmeg are supposedy supported by florals (Ylang, Gardenia, Peony) but they are not recognizable to my nose, simply floating in the background. Additional woods include rosewood and cedar. I do detect the cedar with its dryness and this merges beautifully with the nutmeg to accentuate that very dryness.
Turin calls it a "vanillic floral," missing the oriental quality, but does give it a deserved four stars.
Right up there with Opium as a great oriental scent.
ORGANZA is a definition of Sophisticated feminine Seduce. A Rich Oriental Floral fragrance that captures both a vibrant freshness and a flowery warmth.I've never Enjoyed the smell of a GIVENCHY fragrance such as it. Definitely one of those Addictive fragrances That You can not start the day without it.
Special,Classic,Sweet,Sultry,Laudable, Sensational,Luminous and quite Feminine.
It has a Wonderful Fresh scent in the Top notes,A Brilliant combination of florals In the Middle notes and Upshot a Deep and Warm base notes as are Extremely well blended and makes it High Class.
ORGANZA has a Touch of Earth scents that makes it Attractive for Women and Men.This timeless GIVENCHY Classic is best worn in a COOL climate.Seemly for a Stylish,Confident Definitely queenly. Not an Everyday fragrances but when you are in a SPECIAL mood you Absolutely Love it.Really worth trying.
Longevity?Good on my skin.
Thank You GIVENCHY.
Just as sensual as it claims to be, Organza is a remarkably delicious, spicy blend of vanilla and white florals. The amber, wood and nutty notes really warm this one up, as well as provide a lot of its depth and complexity. It's just so feminine, elegant and classy - I would've guessed it launched much earlier than the mid '90s, because it has a bit of a vintage vibe and a timeless quality. The only downside to Organza is that once you apply it, you'll be compelled to creepily sniff yourself for a while.. so, make sure you allow for enough time to get that out of your system before heading out!
06th April, 2015 (last edited: 05th April, 2015)
Genre: Floral Oriental
Organza strikes me as an appealing and well put-together, though not terribly exciting, fruity floral oriental. Given the bombast displayed by entries in the genre during the decade that preceded it – scents like Boucheron, Giorgio, and even Givenchy’s own Ysatis - Organza’s relative plainness can be taken as a virtue.
The opening leans heavily on bergamot, which persists well into the scent’s development and puts a soft fruity finish on a floral accord that’s dominated by jasmine and ylang-ylang. Tuberose is detectable as a separate element, but does not dominate the composition, as it is sometimes wont to do. Instead the most conspicuous and lasting components of Organza’s basic structure are the vanilla, amber and wood base notes. These are well balanced and blended, so that they present the nose with a united front of sweet, resinous warmth.
For all that it lacks some of its floral oriental predecessors’ weight and ornamentation, Organza is still a relatively potent scent that offers plenty of lasting sillage. It does not cross the line into oppressively loud, but it does make itself noticed. If Organza were a car, it would be a Toyota Camry: solid and reliable but not necessarily an exciting drive.
I so looked forward to trying this with so many positive ratings, and I was a bit disappointed when I did. All I got start to finish is vanilla.