Tommy Girl (1996)
    by Tommy Hilfiger



    Tommy Girl Fragrance Notes

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    Tommy Hilfiger's debut feminine scent - fresh and energetic. Launched at the same time as Hilfiger's women's clothing line.

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    $32.23
    100ml Cologne
    $37.99
    100ml EdT
    $24.67*
    50ml EdT
    (*converted from GBP 14.75)

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    Floral light

    A gentle manadarin with quite a nice camellia note open the top notes, with the drydown developing a honeysuckle that is quite synthetic but not bad. In the base there is a clear magnolia added, and on my skin it is essentially a floral scent that is sweet but not overly so. Decent silage and projection, with over four hours of longevity.

    26 September, 2013

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    Odal1sque
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    Having lived through the 80s and having my senses assaulted by big 80s perfumes, I can understand how refreshing and groundbreaking this was when released. For me the quality of the ingredients make it unwearable. The top notes make my eyes water, the middle notes are pleasant enough, however the drydown is so sickeningly sweet I can't wait to scrub it off. For me the test of a good fragrance is when I'm still enjoying it 8 hours in and this one doesn't pass that test. Inventive it was; other fragrances have done the tea accord with better quality ingredients since.

    01st April, 2013

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    Claire811
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    A delicate,feminine, delicious floral fragrance. The nose behind is Calice Becker, the same of J'Adore Dior, great floral too. I discovered it some days ago and now it is one of my favorite.

    11th December, 2012

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    iivanita
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    this really is perfect parfume creation!
    it has all the notes i like! this is my type of scent! i dont like patchouly, ambery, mossy and animalic heavy scents, my nature cant accept easily...but here,

    this is perfect creation, but things they have put in smell so cheap and synthetic! that it hurts when putting on, it is masterpiece, smells exotic, but in reality it is synthetic too....so if i compare it with buildings, its like perfect building made of paper....for me to be real must be made of real material!......still i admire it, but cant enjoy putting it on, i wish they can make the same thing but with real stuff!

    27 September, 2012

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    Darvant
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    Awful name and anonimous bottle for this surprising aqueous-floral juice with a complex soul of floral notes, fruit, aromatic tea and musk. I catch a very appealing fruity accord at the beginning and the pungency of blackcurrant is highly edible on the side of tasty citrus, grapefruit and violets. The effect is a pungent, deep, tart and sweet-bitter fruity tea cocktail that smells cool (a touch of mint), crisply refreshing, fluidy and botanic. Honeysuckle and violets master the heart, holding on the tasty crispiness with a touch of sophistication in the air and with a floral mildness to balance the fruity acidity. The following evolution is softly woody and airy of woods and musk. The smell is light and multifaceted with a final rosey soft breeze. A nice lively juice that is pleasant in the summer time's life out and  perfect for a carefree temperament.

    02 May, 2012

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    Tommy girl is derided for being cheap and ubiquitous, but to my mind, easily available, relatively inexpensive and brilliant are a perfume trifecta.

    I know it’s a bit of a stretch, but I see TG as an evolution of the eau de cologne concept. EDC has long been prepared with various elements of citrus (fruit, rind, leaves, flowers, branches), culinary herbs that combine well with citrus (rosemary, lavender, basil), perhaps some other flowers (chamomile, rose, jasmine) and eventually musk. EDC works because when you wear it, the refreshing, bracing feels doesn’t require a day’s commitment (it doesn’t last long) and because you could easily want to drink it. The same could be said of TG.

    The citrus/wood/floral portions of an EDC are of a piece, literally, as they all come from citrus plants. That same feel of tart woodiness is found in TG, but in this case, it’s more along the lines of the proudly synthetic metallic flower of Lauder’s Dazzling Silver. The shiny tart floral is encompassing enough to fill the place of the whole citrus gestalt of an EDC. The analogue to cologne’s herbs is an infusion somewhere between black tea and a verbena tisane. Others have called the floral in TG bright or glowing. To my nose, the metallic tang along with the tea’s smokiness makes the flower a bit grim, a bit dark. Its only light is like something radioluminescent under a black light.

    Despite Hilfiger marketing’s straight-faced insistence on notes of nominal botanical Americana (American wildflowers or some such garbage---I had thought Tania Sanchez was joking) TG is an abstractly beautiful synthetic perfume. Chemical doesn’t mean fake. This is only an ersatz floral if you call it a floral. To me this is a marvelous, successful piece of synthetic perfumery.

    30th June, 2011 (Last Edited: 05 July, 2011)

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