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Gucci Bloom EDP

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Perfume Description

Gucci Bloom EDP is a feminine fragrance that debuted in 2017. It is the first fragrance developed wholly under Creative Director Alessandro Michele's vision and the nose behind the fragrance is Alberto Morillas.

It was designed to celebrate the authenticity, vitality and diversity of women—flourishing in a natural, expressive and individual way. To achieve this, Bloom was created to unfold like its name, capturing the rich scent of a thriving garden filled with an abundance of flowers. It features notes of natural tuberose harvested from India, jasmine bud extract that was obtained through an exclusive method of co-extraction to impart a fresh green and petal scent on the skin, orris root and Rangoon creeper (Chinese honeysuckle) a unique flower that changes from white to red when it blooms. After being discovered in South India, Rangoon creeper is being used for the first time in perfumery to create a rich fragrance that transports the wearer to an imaginary garden. It embodies the fragrance's concept and name and provides a slightly powdery floral scent.

Gucci Bloom is an Allure Magazine Best of Beauty award winner.

An excerpt from a review by Now Smell This

Bloom begins with a penetrating, slightly fruity jasmine/tuberose accord. The florals start as "buds" (a bit sharp and "unripe") before blossoming to release a rich, sweet perfume. Bloom is not a complex fragrance; it's a mélange of flowers: mostly jasmine and tuberose with a bright note that reminds me of candied violets. As for Rangoon Creeper, there is an interesting floral aroma that turns up in Bloom's base. I've read many articles on Rangoon Creeper, looking for descriptions of its scent but most gardeners rave about its flowers' colors (that change from pink to red) and don't elaborate on the aroma except to say it's "glorious," "powerful" and "aromatic." I found an article that described the flowers' scent as "toasted coconut." And I DO smell a faint, sweet toasted coconut aroma in Bloom's base, where you'll also find whispering indoles (or musk?) mixing with residual white florals.

For lovers of white-flower perfumes, I don't think there's much to dislike about Bloom; I enjoy it and may even buy a small bottle to use as a room spray this winter when my jasmines and tuberoses are scentless memories. Bloom's too feminine for me to wear but my hubby wears it and it smells downright unisex on him. (Try before you buy!)


Gucci Bloom EDP

Gucci Bloom EDP is a feminine fragrance that debuted in 2017. It is the first fragrance developed wholly under Creative Director Alessandro Michele's vision and the nose behind the fragrance is Alberto Morillas.

It was designed to celebrate the authenticity, vitality and diversity of women—flourishing in a natural, expressive and individual way. To achieve this, Bloom was created to unfold like its name, capturing the rich scent of a thriving garden filled with an abundance of flowers. It features notes of natural tuberose harvested from India, jasmine bud extract that was obtained through an exclusive method of co-extraction to impart a fresh green and petal scent on the skin, orris root and Rangoon creeper (Chinese honeysuckle) a unique flower that changes from white to red when it blooms. After being discovered in South India, Rangoon creeper is being used for the first time in perfumery to create a rich fragrance that transports the wearer to an imaginary garden. It embodies the fragrance's concept and name and provides a slightly powdery floral scent.

Gucci Bloom is an Allure Magazine Best of Beauty award winner.

An excerpt from a review by Now Smell This

Bloom begins with a penetrating, slightly fruity jasmine/tuberose accord. The florals start as "buds" (a bit sharp and "unripe") before blossoming to release a rich, sweet perfume. Bloom is not a complex fragrance; it's a mélange of flowers: mostly jasmine and tuberose with a bright note that reminds me of candied violets. As for Rangoon Creeper, there is an interesting floral aroma that turns up in Bloom's base. I've read many articles on Rangoon Creeper, looking for descriptions of its scent but most gardeners rave about its flowers' colors (that change from pink to red) and don't elaborate on the aroma except to say it's "glorious," "powerful" and "aromatic." I found an article that described the flowers' scent as "toasted coconut." And I DO smell a faint, sweet toasted coconut aroma in Bloom's base, where you'll also find whispering indoles (or musk?) mixing with residual white florals.

For lovers of white-flower perfumes, I don't think there's much to dislike about Bloom; I enjoy it and may even buy a small bottle to use as a room spray this winter when my jasmines and tuberoses are scentless memories. Bloom's too feminine for me to wear but my hubby wears it and it smells downright unisex on him. (Try before you buy!)

$3.69

Warranty Information

All sales are final, we are a perfume sampling company - letting you try perfume before you invest in a bottle. Unfortunately, we cannot refund any product that you do not like. If you are new to perfume or wanting to break out of wearing the same scent, try our starter sampler packs so that you can find the perfume that works for you.

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