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We associate the warm months with lightness, greenery and ubiquitous, blooming flowers. If you were planning to buy a new eau de toilette, this one will definitely interest you. The bottle is intriguing, and its floral scent is simply unforgettable – it will also remind us of summer in autumn.

The powder-pink bottle with delicate flowers looks like the epitome of lightness in itself. Although it first appeared on the market five years ago, it has already gained a cult status, and many women would not trade this fragrance for anything else – especially during the warmer months.

Eau de toilette that is perfect not only in summer. What does it smell like?

It is fresh, sensual and extremely feminine. It smells of sun-warmed flowers, and some say the fragrance is also “romantic”. Gucci Bloom Acqua di Fiori Eau de Toilette was created in cooperation with Alberto Morillas, who is a legendary perfumer, and when creating the fragrance, it was inspired by flowers that are supposed to embody femininity, beauty and strength.

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  • Top notesi.e. the ones that we feel immediately after spraying ourselves with perfume, are blackcurrant flower and galbanum.
  • Heart notesi.e. those that we feel for a few hours are: tuberose, jasmine and Chinese honeysuckle.
  • Base notesthat is, those that accompany us the longest are musk and sandalwood.

What can I say, in theory it is not surprising that this fragrance has already gathered so many loyal fans. However, will you check how it works in practice on your sun-warmed skin?

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