Sunday, March 22, 2009

Tom Ford White Patchouli


Tom Ford's colognes for men, like his clothes, are elegant and masculine. On the other hand, Tom Ford's perfumes for women can be quite strong. It made me wonder about using one of TF's woman's perfumes as a masculine floral. So I experimented with Tom Ford White Patchouli

TFWP struck me as having a couple of similar notes as Jean Paul Gaultier Fleur du Male; mainly the orangey florals. I like it, but just a heads-up: White Patchouli is not for the weak. It has a presence. All it takes is a light spray on your chest, then let it diffuse through the fabric of your shirt… it's heavenly.

6 comments:

Jacek said...

I bought it already:)

James said...

:)) do you LOVE it!?

Jacek said...

Yes! You know it:)

Carla said...

Hi james, thanks for dropping by my blog and for your sweet words about my photos. Very Kind. I would love to try this perfume, I love original smells. Keep blogging, your blog is great. Carla

James said...

:))) Thanks Carla!

Anonymous said...

I'm intrigued . . . I love women's fragrances on men and will have to give this one a try. Thanks for all the great postings . . . I don't have the time or patience for spritzing attacks at sephora and really appreciate your commentaries. Keep them coming!