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DSQUARED She Wood EDP100ml ( Tanpa Tutup )
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DSQUARED² She Wood arrived on the market in September 2008, after the very successful edition for men, He Wood, presented last season.
She Wood was created in cooperation with perfumer Daphne Bugey, and is composed of three accords: light, intensive and woody ones.
The creation was started from the base of the perfume for men and was shaped by adding notes and aromas of a fragrance for women. This is not a classic girly perfume, but can be categorized as a unisex. The fragrance aims at women who like using perfumes for men.
The top notes incorporate lemon, neroli and jasmine, the heart hides violet, heliotrope and musk, while the base is composed of cedar, vetiver and amber.
The perfume is available as 30, 50 i 100ml edp.
Comment dr Fragrantica :
I find She Wood starts out by having a lot in common with a fine NZ Sauvignon Blanc (minus the alcohol). They share the same slightly skanky (delicious!!) fresh cut grassy notes admist a clear watery green bouquet of lemon and herbaceous neroli. She Wood is a refreshing take on citrus greens which I normally dislike with some zest.
She Wood becomes more aquatic in nature during the heart. The violet is like a Monet painting, blurred and watery. I suppose the hyacinth adds some depth to this stage as it is suprisingly robust for an aquatic.
As the waning citrus encounters the waxing cedar in this composition I noticed an alarming 'piddle' aroma however it was relatively short-lived and I don't think it detracted terribly from the experience. Cedar is not very prominent otherwise.
The later drydown does not speak strongly of woodsy notes, unless the vetiver is of the underwater mermaid variety. It lacks earthiness yet is somehow still grounded.
Combining my most hated notes of citrus, herbaceous greenery & aquatics, this perfume has impressed me with its complexity and even found me liking it! A truly bizarre and pleasurable perfume, you will get hours of entertainment trying to figure this fragrance out.
She Wood smells like an idea of walking through the woods: not quite realistic, but recalling a certain set of scents that isn't normally found far from trees. I smell wet wild violets (nothing like the powdery, candied, deep/low-pitched aroma typically signified by the note "violet"), clovers, vetiver--the murky water left by recent rain! I didn't smell a strong citrus opening--there was a bit of "freshness" but the vetiver and wet violet components are quite dominant.
I like it fine, but I wish I had applied my sample of Diptyque L'Ombre dans L'Eau instead!
well this is a light woodsy scent, not aquatic at all..although I can see why it would be called aquatic..it is quite harmonious in the composition, and airy almost ..I get the violet, it is present., the woods also are in the background, quite discreet....overall it is very different from most scents out there..I am glad I bought it!! it is very harmonic, very nature like...very well done!!
reminds me of Essentials, by Angle Schlesser..althoug it is lighter..I dont get the comparison with Light Blue..Light Blue is citrusy, uplifting,a very summery scent!!
It smells similar as Guerlain L'Instance. More woody then aquatic. Maybe I'd like the latest version of She wood (She wood Velvet Forrest) better. But never the less it's warm and comfy. Good enough!
Oh, as I like perfume make by Daphe Bugey ( Kenzo Amour, Indian Holi,Inside), because there are unussually subtle, but distinct, warm, very femine, original. Such is She Wood too. My nose feels in it violets, lemon, cedar, on background - note of raspberry and very delicate powder. Smell is unusually nice, girlish. It's possible to compare it for simple, but pretty flowers summer dress. I very like summer flowers dresses. I very like She Wood