Calvin Klein Women Review

Calvin Klein has never let me down in the past, but I drifted away from their fragrances after the 90s when my beloved Obsession had a bit of a reformulation that lightened it’s intensity.

That amber colored, sultry, incensey juice was a must have for me. I remember spraying it on me when my boyfriend, at the time, and I would go to his mom’s house to steal food. Good times.

Anyway, when I saw that Calvin Klein had a new fragrance out called Women, I was curious, but I didn’t run out and grab it. Fast forward a month ago when I saw that Scentbird had it. I had to put it in my queue. Yesterday I got it and I wore it last night and this morning I could still smell it.

I was shuffling around the kitchen this morning and was like “Mmmm, what smells good?” I finally realized it was me. It was Women.

This is a very clean light and natural scent that is perfect for summer. It’s a white tee-shirt, jeans, wet hair and sunglasses, driving with the top down kind of scent.

The notes are as follows:

TOP NOTES: Eucalyptus, Black Pepper, Bergamot, Grapefruits, Lemons.

MIDDLE NOTES: Orange blossom, Magnolia, Jasmine, Hedione, Raspberry.

BASE NOTES: Cedar, Olibanum, Ambroxan, Cashmere, Violet, White Musk.

I, personally, like it a lot. Will it be one of my must have perfumes like Obsession? Probably not, but it’s still nice pick me up summer scent for this year. I will be using this baby. I reviewed in on Fragrantica and will be uploading a review on my YouTube channel Trish Delish soon! Go subscribe!

Published by Trish Marlena Sword

Blogging about movies, fashion, skin care, beauty, hair, travel, food, mental health, trends, dogs and other musings. Glamour is letting your inner glitter sparkle on the outside.

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