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Style In Play (2004)
by Lacoste

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Style In Play information

Year of Launch2004
GenderMasculine
AvailabilityIn Production
Average Rating
(based on 266 votes)

People and companies

HouseLacoste
SupplierFirmenich
PackagingLutz Herrmann
Parent Company at launchProcter & Gamble > P&G Prestige Beaute

About Style In Play

In 2002, Procter & Gamble launched their first Lacoste fragrance since acquiring the license. Two years on, and a new masculine Lacoste scent is launched - apparently called 'Style in Play', though the bottle just says 'Lacoste'.
Aimed at a younger market to Lacoste pour Homme, the new scent contains notes of jasmine and musk.

Style In Play fragrance notes

Reviews of Style In Play

This is a very unique masculine fragrance. There is a certain note in it that adds a twist. It is sort of an odd fragrance. But I really mean odd in a good way. Most of my colognes lean towards being unisex. I would say this is more masculine. But the masculine side does not hurt it a bit. I love it!

Lonnie
11th September, 2016
This is a very unique masculine fragrance. There is a certain note in it that adds a twist. It is sort of an odd fragrance. But I really mean odd in a good way. Most of my colognes lean towards being unisex. I would say this is more masculine. But the masculine side does not hurt it a bit. I love it!

Thank you,

Lonnie
19th August, 2016
Not the best or part of my top 10 summer list but still a decent scent compared to many fresh sporty colognes out there.
08th April, 2016
Style in Play is a nice spring/summer fragrance that is dominated by green apple. Initially I notice the apple and musk in the background. The apple note lasts quite awhile actually, more than most top notes do, but eventually I can smell some jasmine, but not much. On the dry down I get a pretty standard patchouli, vetiver mix. All in all Style in Play is a nice, simple fragrance that is inexpensive, lasts a good amount of time and produces a nice range of sillage - not too overpowering or soft. Good for anyone who has decided to begin wearing a fragrance, as it's not overly complicated. I wouldn't likely purchase this for myself, but I would wear it if someone bought it for me. I acquired my bottle in a trade for a fragrance I didn't like. Anyway, not great, but pretty good.
15th May, 2014
Tony T Show all reviews
United States
A simple fresh scent

A solid beginner's cologne. nice apple up front and not really much else. Aimed at the younger crowd if it was released now it would be a top seller. I like it but hardly wear it..

Pros: good smell
Cons: synthetic"

22nd August, 2013
Suddenly got old.

I got through 2 bottles of this, well, 1 and 3/4, before I hated it and threw the remainder in the bin.

First of all I loved it, it has a fruity fragrance, very 'appley' which dries down to a slightly fruity marine fragrance, very typical of most scents aimed at youngsters.

Then it started giving me a bit of a headache and got relegated to the work drawer, used only when I felt like a quick freshen up before leaving for home. Then I couldn't stand it even for that. One of my colleagues described the scent as 'gone-off apple Tango'.

I guess as I matured I no longer enjoyed the very young and fruity scent and hated the fact it lacks any sort of class.

You may like it if you are <20 years old but beware you will grow to hate it. I gave it 2.5 stars purely because I used to love it but anybody in search of a fruity fragrance could go much better even in the Lacoste range.

30th May, 2013

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