took a chance and bought the 21 Bonaparte…hard to buy a scent on line…but I really like the base notes, the ones that matter to me..I tend to go for the "bakery" scents..so 21 was a big change for me..but I liked it…in normal English can anyone describe Vicky Tiel’s 1964 scent…when the host says it smells like "night time on the Riviera" that means nothing to me…thanks
I believe perfume scent is different on each individual. I’ve been using Vicky Tiel’s 1964 perfume all summer long. On me what I notice the most is the middle note of Iris. It is not overly musky. I would describe it as a powdery, soft floral, citrus scent (orange blossom) with a spicy note of vanilla musk. It is not overpowering and good for daytime wear.
Hi! Actually, you will probably enjoy 1964 even more. It is a very gourmand scent so since you like the "bakery" scents, you will be happy. You can smell caramel and vanilla right away. It dries down beautifully. It does have some darker notes at the base, but if you like French perfumes, you’ll be ready for them. Lol about night time on the Riviera! I never know what that means, either. I own multiple bottles of 1964 (granted, I am a bit of a perfume hoarder) and I get compliments on it constantly. I hope that helps a little. 🙂
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