How to pronounce Italian Perfume Brands


10th March, 2015

In the latest of our pronunciation guides, we show you how to say ten Italian fragrance houses.

Please let us know in the comments, which pronounciations, you wish to see in the future, and don't forget to check out our French Pronounciation Guides here.

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      • MysteryBuff40 | 17th March 2015 15:57

        I think the current pronunciation of Dolce & Gabbana is boycott, if I read the news correctly.

      • MysteryBuff40 | 17th March 2015 15:57

        I think the current pronunciation of Dolce & Gabbana is boycott, if I read the news correctly.

      • MysteryBuff40 | 17th March 2015 15:57

        I think the current pronunciation of Dolce & Gabbana is boycott, if I read the news correctly.

      • furrypine | 23rd March 2015 15:01

        Italian names are pretty straightforward, next time do one on Arabic brands! :)

      • Grant (article author) | 23rd March 2015 18:16

        Good plan.

        I have Spanish, German, Japanese and more French and Italian recorded. Once I've caught up with those, I'll move on to Arabic!

      • RedRaider430 | 23rd March 2015 19:46

        There's nothing funnier than hearing a Texan trying to pronounce Italian fragrance names.

        Thanks, Grant!

      • stadion | 24th March 2015 22:40

        We are smelling perfumes my friend, not boycotting them... one day someone my not like something you say and boycott you