The Pink Room POUR TOI is a low-key somewhat aromatic, slightly green but not terribly exciting composition. I'd have guessed that hyacinth and ginger—or reasonable facsimiles—were present, but there's not a huge amount of florality or spice or wood or resin or really much of anything else that commands attention. There is a touch of sweetness here, but it seems pretty nondescript: not at all fruity or sugary or honeyed or vanilla. Not really sure what it is, but I'm afraid that it reminds me a bit of an air freshener that I've smelled in public places. It also reminds me in tiny wafts now and then of one of the toothpastes at the dentist I used to go to when I was growing up.
Although POUR TOI probably sounds pretty boring from such a description, sometimes just what one is after is a less obtrusive presentation of light notes subtly blended. I cannot say that this particular blend will carve a permanent place in my olfactory memory bank, but if I had a bottle I'd wear it when I might have worn Ralph Lauren TURQUOISE, back before I used mine up. I liked TURQUOISE, and I'd consider buying it again, probably before POUR TOI since TURQUOISE does not contain the unidentifiable sweetness found in POUR TOI.
02nd July, 2011 (last edited: 10th July, 2011)
This is a very sexy, womanly Oriental. I am always searcching for the new perfume that is both modern and sophisticated enough to please my classic-loving nose.
Pink Room Pour Toi fills the bill. It also deserves props for being incredibly sexy and elegant enough to wear in proper company; only a handful of scents can claim this: Knowing, Jil Sander 4..
This scent has a bit of a loud opening, but the drydown is absolutely magnificent, and the sillage is the sort I suspect men notice and adore, womanly, tasteful, and sensual.
Better than original Pink Room.