It takes quite a bit for me to waver from my favorite fragrance. But every so often a new perfume comes along that strikes my fancy like crazy. This week, that number was GUCCI Bamboo. OMG! I kind of went crazy spraying this baby, so keep reading and I’ll tell you why. That’s why it’s our Friday Fragrance Find of the week.
Here are the details for GUCCI Bamboo Eau de Parfum Sray $115:
Gucci revisits one of its most recognizable icons: the Bamboo—reinterpreted in a modern way. Taking inspiration from the symbolism of strength and elegance, this alluring fragrance translates the essence of today’s multifaceted woman. The modern Gucci woman shares Bamboo’s characteristics of confidence and poise. The fragrance is soft and intense at once to exude power and femininity.
Italian Bergamot, Casablanca Lily, Ylang Ylang, Comoros Sandalwood.
Strong. Elegant. Feminine.
Why it’s such a find:
Let me just say Gucci Bamboo is an outright sexy scent. It’s not too often that I fall in love with a fragrance before I get compliments on it, but that was the case with Bamboo. There are only a few notes in Gucci Bamboo, but the combination is phenomenal.
The initial notes are warm and lovely and the dry down is equally as wonderful. The sandalwood keeps Gucci Bamboo warm and sexy while the Italian Bergamot and Casablanca Lily add just enough citrus and floral to balance the bottom notes. The best part of wearing this scent is not just the reactions it elicits, but the way it lingers. It penetrates my clothes and lasts for hours. I love when I wake up and I can still smell Bamboo on my skin.
I can’t ignore the gorgeous Bamboo bottle. From the “bamboo” cap to the faceted bottle, this is a fragrance that you will want to display on your vanity.
Gucci Bamboo is the perfect scent for you BFF or your mom!
Pro: Captivating, sexy, alluring, lingering, warm
Buy Again: Yes
Packaging: 5 Blings
Overall: 5 Blings
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