I'm not exactly sure what this term refers to. It's so subjective. A sort of juicy depth? Anyway, you might like 'Montale- Red Vetyver.'
Thread: red fragrances for women
my gf says her favorite fragrance she ran out of is lacoste red... there's no such thing right? i mean for women?
there's style in play which is kind of feminine.
then there's Eau de Lacoste L.12.12. Red which i haven't sniffed but don't expect to love.
can you guys recommend me better red fragrances for women? she's fixated on the red-ness.
Looking at the Lacoste fragrances listed in the directory, l'm almost certain she is referring to L.12.12.Red. Just because it's listed as masculine, doesn't rule it out. Many women here wear fragrances marketed to men.
There are more than a hundred fragrances listed with "Red" in the name, with a huge variation in notes from fruity to spicy to floral & probably everything in between.
L.12.12.Red appears to be mainly fruity with a touch of spice & vanilla, so perhaps you need to focus on these notes, & not the name?
"What is this secret connection between the soul, and sea, clouds and perfumes? The soul itself appears to be sea, cloud and perfume..." - from Zorba the Greek by Nikos Kazantzakis.
That's exactly how I perceived it the few times I tested it. Very faint.L.12.12.Red appears to be mainly fruity with a touch of spice & vanilla, so perhaps you need to focus on these notes, & not the name?
There are red bottles, but I don't know about "red" scents.
Try to describe what she already wears.
Maybe Montale Red Aoud? This might be too sweet.
"...her fragrance all in my keeping; softly she comes in the night." Lyrics, Gordon Lightfoot, "Softly."