Il Mondi Odore Perfume Reviews

Il Mondi Odore Perfume Reviews

Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Tuscan Soul by Salvatore Ferragamo

Calabrian Bergamot, Citrus fruits, Petitgrain.
Magnolia, Orange Blossom.
Iris, Fig.

If an economical and realistic citric fragrance is on your to-buy list for the warmer months, then it would behoove you to give Tuscan Soul a sample wear. 4.2 ounce bottles are going for the price of 4 samples from LuckyScent. This a pretty good deal since this is a near perfect summer citrus for either gender. It wears close, but that's what makes it perfect for hot weather or if you simply want to knock around and smell extremely fresh and pleasant without concern for offending the sensitivities of others.

Tuscan Soul is joyously uncomplicated and may be one of the better simplistic scents you will stumble across. The opening is a combination of elements that give me the impression of fresh orange and lemon. The accord is soft and lucid, with room to breathe and yet surprisingly full smelling.

It possesses a large personality without the throw normally accompanying a substantial opening. It's a fairly neat trick if you ask me and it's this quality that makes it a perfect choice for summer. Within 10 minutes, a tea like aspect surfaces that has hints of herb and also some wood. I originally thought there was a subtle implementation of sandal here, but it must be the version of petitgrain used to suggest tea and woods. They are tuned so quietly that if  you're wearing Tuscan Soul and have no inclination to dissect it, you may not ever notice it. To be honest, this scent is tailor made to just wear and relax, have fun or do both. The more I sample it, the better I like it.

I suppose what I respect most about Tuscan Soul is the hang time the citrus rendition possesses. It may evolve just a bit and change it's tone, but it remains recognizable as the opening accord for an extraordinary amount of time. Normally, citric tops are a flash in the pan, but this one lasts a few hours on me.

After the first few minutes, this fragrance stays close enough to be considered a personal space aroma. People will be able to notice it if they are in normal talking distance, but they will get whiffs and not waves of scent.

Summing up Tuscan Soul, it's a unisex gem for warm temperatures. Orange, Lemon, hints of Tea and Woods form a very polite and full bodied alliance. Sillage is very moderate and longevity is between 3 to 4 hours on my skin. Big thumbs up from Aromi for Salvatore ferragamo's Tuscan Soul.

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