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Chelsea Flowers Bond No 9 for women

Chelsea Flowers Bond No 9 for women
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Chelsea Flowers is a female perfume introduced in 2003 in a translucent bottle, which was created by the designers of Bond No 9 house. The perfumer nose is Laurent Le Guernec. This perfume contains notes of peony, tulip, hyacinth, magnolia, rose, musk, sandalwood, vetiver and moss. It got its name from New York’s Chelsea Flower Market, the large flower sale spot. The holiday 2008 edition was introduced in Swarovski All Stars collection in 50 ml bottle, covered with the finest tiny Swarovski crystals, emerald green colored, reflecting light the best. Apart from this one, the collection includes two more perfumes: Eau de New York and Chinatown. The price of this edition is 650 dollars.    

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Peony Tulip Magnolia Sandalwood Musk Hiacynth Oakmoss Vetiver Rose

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Miss Dior Cherie
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Something Blue
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Chelsea Flowers Fragrance Reviews

Pink_Ruffles
Pink_Ruffles

Call me crazy but Chelsea Flowers rather reminds me of Miss Dior Cherie 2005! But a lot more floral. Such a happy spring fragrance!

Apr
13
2014
A.M.H.2
A.M.H.2

The only three reviewers I agree with are Carla, Catherine, and CourtrightHer. This is one of my favorite Bond no. 9 perfumes! And I already invested in a bunch of 'em! This fragrance is so feminine you have no idea. It is truly one of those "feel good" perfumes. I understand and believe that perfumes do react differently to different body chemistries, but this on me is devine! It lasts on me 12+ hours, which is really wonderful and you might say proves to be of great value as well. I get compliments everywhere I go when I wear it, that's why I keep a picture of it on my mobile to show it to whoever asks me what I'm wearing. Brilliant idea don't you think? For me this is definitely a keeper. I will repurchase over and over for sure. And honestly about the price, in my opinion if it makes me feel so good, uplifted and beautiful, and lasts forever on me, and showers me with compliments! Then it's definitely worth the amount I'm paying for it! Don't you think?

Oct
02
2013
mamasgotguns
mamasgotguns

I sampled this yesterday. I didn't like it enough to keep on all day and intended to wear it long enough for it to settle, then wash it off. Well, I didn't have to, it faded all the way on its own. That was 3 hours. And the sales clerk did three full squirts on me.

While I like the way it smells, it is not what I want my body to smell like. It is how I want my home to smell.

I tired 2 others that didn't impress me. For $160, I expected a lot.

I am going to go back to try one more, Texas. I must, the bottle alone is worth the risk!

Jan
22
2012
Jillzilla
Jillzilla

This was a high-pitched, almost green floral on me. I love peony and magnolia, so this should have worked on my skin, but I think the hyacinth is interfering quite a bit. Much too screechy!

Aug
25
2011
Vamy69
Vamy69

This was just way too "Rosey" for me. I am all for a good clean floral but this was just not it in my opinion. I really could not get any of the other notes to develop on my skin. It really bummed me out because I love Peony, Magnolia, musk and sandalwood. I would have never known any of those notes were in this fume if I had not read the notes because it was an overwhelming Rose overload on me. I think there are plenty of other florals out there that are far less expensive and smell way better.

Mar
24
2011
CourtrightHer
CourtrightHer

The top and middle notes of this most excellent floral takes me back to my childhood. I've tried to scent out what it is that evokes that memory but have not sussed it out.

So, that being said I like this, a lot. Not my fave Bond but it is up there.

Do not get as much rose as some reference here. And, it last and lasts which other Bonds do not on me.

Very fem and I do like wearing it.

So, I do recommend it for the right girl (and if you are a man enough guy willing to wear it).

Oct
16
2010
Catharine
Catharine

Hmmm...the reviews below are curious to me in that this lasts and lasts on me. I love its clean, bright, green/floral, spring feel. It can be a bit too bright, so I apply it lightly--again, that light application lasts on me, and I get compliments about how lovely and clean it is. Chemistry is all. I love this and wear it frequently during spring and early summer. (I'll admit that I wear my fragrances for me--I avoid huge sillage, so when this softens I feel that it's at its best.)

Oct
05
2010
sofiii
sofiii

Chalsea Flower starts with some really good quality of rose + poeny combination, which is floral, light-spirited, inoffensive and femine. There's something fresh and dewy there to make the opening really summery and optimistic.

Later on, I experienced a weird irretating phase, Chelsea Flower makes me feel that there's too much of something 'fresh', that makes this perfume kinda 'aquatic',lush, crispy green(as in fresh, not the Floral green perfume kinda green) and cliche as some mass-produced relatively much cheaper floral perfume. After the weird phase, I can smell some well mixed magnolia and old-fashioned rosey scent. Somehow this smells like some generic handwash in a good way. It is quite feminine, but kinda too lack-of-a-backbone to be a niche.

The dry down is slightly drier, warmer, sweeter and woodier. I like the dry down the most, however it's just nothing interesting here in the bottle. I do agree with some reviewers below who mentioned Chelsea Flowers smells like conditioner.

I wouldn't recommend this to anyone, unless you want some really expensive generic and occassionly irretating(maybe it's just my body chemistry), conditioner-smelling thing.

Aug
22
2010
sherapop
sherapop

A most appealing soapy floral is what Bond no 9 CHELSEA FLOWERS is to my nose. Actually, it seems very close to a hair conditioner floral, though I have not been able to narrow down exactly which hair conditioner. It's not Garnier Fructis, nor Pantene. Could it be L'oreal Vive (the red bottle)? Don't know, but somehow I love the opening of this composition anyway.

In fact, I have what may be an irrational reaction to the initial application of this perfume. Yes, I really think that it smells like some hair conditioner in my past and yet together with the melange of florals--which my nose cannot tease out individually, so strong is the hair conditioner note--it actually induces in me a sense of excitement perhaps not unlike Gwyneth Paltrow's ecstatic engagement with Creed SPRING FLOWER.

But I do not believe that CHELSEA FLOWERS is a facsmile or copycat of SPRING FLOWER. I think that it's closer to a cross between something like SPRING FLOWER and one of the hair conditioner frags in the D&G Anthology series.

Nonetheless, I like it--a lot! The only reason I won't be adding CHELSEA FLOWERS to my collection is because it has the worst staying power of any of the Bond no 9 edps I've tried to date. Given the speed with which I have nearly drained my purse spray, I just cannot justify indulging my irrational fascination with the opening of this fragrance. For it dwindles to nearly nothing in a matter of minutes, leaving me reaching for a refresher again and again...

Jul
10
2010
mocha43
mocha43

Got this as a sample- to me it smells like decent quality rose but it does not develop into anything else. If I want a rose floral, there are a bunch of fine quality rose scents, not nearly as pricey. It lasts about 3 hours on me.

Jun
13
2010
Doc Elly
Doc Elly

It was bound to happen sooner or later. Bond’s samples that are wrapped up to look like candies are pretty and cute, but once the wrapper comes off, the vial is definitely not user-friendly. The stopper is always so tightly wedged in that it’s near-impossible to pull out. OK, I know we don’t want leaks, but the user does ultimately need to be able to get to the product. This morning my battle with the little black plug resulted in breaking the top of the glass vial so that I had to decant into one of my own screw-top (you hear that, Bond?) 2 ml mini bottles. I could only hope that it would not be a waste of a good sample bottle.

The scent starts off light and airy, a little green, a little like tulip stems, and a little like damp spring air, but then the dreaded lily-of-the-valley rears its Medusa-tentacled head and overpowers the little green things. As it dries down, the LOTV eventually subsides and with it are green tea, hyacinth, and some other unidentifiable flowers. The green tea notes provide a nice counterpoint to the florals, and once the tea kicks in I have to say that I really enjoy the scent. In the end it goes back to a watery, green smell similar to the one that was there in the beginning. For a floral it’s not bad at all. The sillage is good, and it lasts all day, longer on clothing. I can imagine that if you like hardcore florals this would be a good one to try. Just don’t attack the stopper of your bon-bon with a pair of pliers.

Apr
26
2010
Aalia
Aalia

Lauds-The scent is dainty, fine, sensitive, sophisticated. I thought "Chelsea Flowers" should be called "Scent of Peace" instead. The scent made me think of water, air, bright blue skies It's both youthful in play with all these springtime flowers and delicacy; yet mature; due to it's overally classy design, superbly crafted composition, and noble stature of niche house.

The floral notes are so true to thier state found in nature. The sandalwood, musk, and oakmoss are truly gentle creatures here.

Laments-It's so soft, so clear, so transparent-I almost could not smell it! It literally became atmosphere after five minutes, thus a good trial for my nose to hone in on those precious petals.

Perhaps it's so refined, and aristocratic, it's only for the rich, to spray, spritz, repeatedly apply, to liberally drain away this precious liquid, to have the consumer's pleasure to purchase another hefty bottle in a beautiful box ? Do we have the story of The Emperor's New Clothes here? Something so valueable yet non-existent..invisible to one's nose?

Delightful and distinguished..while it lasts...

Sep
26
2009
falovalo
falovalo

Very underwhelming for the price. It smells like roses and face powder, very boring and I wouldn't even say it smells nice. I don't smell anything at all that would denote a quality fragrance or brand. I get the feeling that Bond No 9 is a bit arrogant in that they feel that they can manufacture a sub par perfume because of their "name".

May
08
2009
tessture
tessture

A lovely floral. Very Spring with the hyacinth and magnolia, and the base notes are very mild, complimenting rather than overshadowing. Mind-blowingly expensive though.

Dec
14
2008
Carla
Carla

Chelsea Flowers is glorious if you want to feel ultra feminine. The marriage of magnolia and hiacynth give this fragrance a vibrant opening followed by the mysterious green scent of tulips. The gentle warm ending of sandalwood complete this perfect potion. This is a feel good fragrance. Bond No 9 perfumes rock, but because they have over 30 available I took the route of purchasing an array of petits bon bon's before investing in the full size favorites. The exquisite packaging is appealing and the scents that I have tried are amazing! If you love NYC, experience the districts of the city and you'll feel the energy with Bond No 9! Enjoy...




Nov
02
2008

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Chelsea Flowers by Bond No 9 3.22 out of 5 based on 77 ratings and 15 user reviews

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