Gianni Versace Versus Perfume Review: Unluxurious, Delicate Peachy Rose

Versace Versus Perfume For Women Review

Versus Versace perfume opens bright, sweet and fruity with lemon and fleshy peach. The sparkling citrus and the sweet side are equally divided, until the rose comes out. It’s not your typical fishnet stockinged rose though: the layer of vinyl is substituted by the sweet peachy and the citrus fruity notes of the start. It’s a strange couple what you have there, but it blends quite well: it’s delicate and sweet, but still with a sexy card to play, especially […] Read more »

Versace Pour Homme Perfume Review

In the very opening, Versace Pour Homme Eau De Toilette offers very quick and fugacious aquatic notes, and then goes classic, amber-clean and laundry-detergent. There are citrus notes as well in the background (more present on the blotter though), and also a spice that makes it slightly powdery.   It feels quite classy, with a style that reminds of Ferrari Black (where the spice is a bit more aggressive), which is from 1999, whereas this one is from 2008. And […] Read more »

Perfume Versace Versense

Just like Acqua di Gio, another Italian fashion/perfume house with a fragrance inspired by the Mediterranean sea, but with less herbs this time. It was created by Alberto Morillas and Launched in 2007.   This Versace Parfum opens with quite natural, not too sour citrus: lemon, grapefruit, mandarin. Not long after the start, light florals like lily and jasmine mix jump in, and the result is a pure and discreet fragrance, so thin you can see through it. That doesn’t […] Read more »

Versace Bright Crystal Perfume Review

Bright Crystal starts with pomegranate and yuzu, a citrus fruit from East Asia. You’ll love this opening: the two types of sourness those fruits put together produce a smell that is clearly citrus, but different from the usual, similar to orange but without asperities.   Florals are there though (peony and magnolia), and start to come out after about 15 minutes. The transition will be slow and enjoyable, with nothing dense nor aggressive. After all, with a name like that, […] Read more »

Versace The Dreamer

The Dreamer Versace  starts quite sober, with gentle, almost feminine florals, but with a dry note there, which gives a masculine touch.  As it evolves, the dryness reveals itself in a distinct note of amber. Again, think of this with a gentle touch. Think of Cool Water by Davidoff, but with a way less hairy chest, practically shaved. Amber came and went on my blotter, but the balance remained quite stable throughout, with the florals at times more powdery and […] Read more »