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Style Pastels Blush Pink Jil Sander for women

Style Pastels Blush Pink Jil Sander for women
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Jil Sender presents a gorgeous trio of pastel editions, as olfactive variations of the original composition in cooperation with Coty Prestige. The three new perfumes were created by Bernard Ellena, perfumer in charge of the first, original edition, Jil Sender Style.

The three perfumes arrive in pale nuances of pink, green and yellow and they were named Blush Pink, Tender Green and Soft Yellow. Minimalist bottles with lacquered sides are romantic extensions of the original.

Blush Pink includes neroli, violet, heliotrope and amber, and is constructed as floral-woody with powdery accords.

The perfumes will be available from September 2008, in the amount of 50ml.

Perfume rating: 3.91 out of 5 with 60 votes.

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Neroli Violet Heliotrope Amber

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Style Pastels Blush Pink Fragrance Reviews

kerini
kerini

Ambery floral, soft powdery, pleasant and feminine.

Not special enough for me to hunt it down again once my bottle runs out. Might be mistaken for a really nice fabric softener or something along those lines.

Blush Pink is rather subtle but it holds up well for at least 12 hours and takes several more to fade away completely. Absolutely linear, apart from the slow vanishing of the neroli over the first 15 minutes I can't detect any real development.

In theory I love the combination of heliotrope and violet, here it's only nice. Heliotrope and amber are most noticeable and there may be a hint of cedar in the background.

The only similarity to the original Style seems to be its powdery texture.
I like the bottle. The same minimalistic yet elegant shape, interesting color (pastel pink with a hue of black as already mentioned by the previous reviewer) and a weirdly coarse surface structure adding a tactile component to the package.

Aug
18
2011
sherapop
sherapop

I really love the packaging and bottles of the Jill Sander Style Pastels collection. Happily, the designer had the good sense to use not true pastels but green, yellow, and pink pastels to which a touch black was added, thus producing hues that just manage to participate in the oh-so-trendy palette which has held sway among fashionable folks for quite some time now and which I noticed just the other night was used in Michelangelo Antonioni's 1964 film "ll deserto rosso" in a brilliant presentation of industrial waste as aesthetically breathtaking. By now, of course, this palette has insinuated itself in the consciousness of hoi polloi and is everywhere on display. You know what I'm talking about: one woman I recall referred to the über-trendy green of this palette as “snot green,” and anyone who has suffered one of those horrible pneumonia-like flus in the midst of winter knows that she speaks the truth. But I digress...

The bottles of the Style Pastels collection are geometrically perfect. They line up in a trio to produce a multiply interpretable sculpture of sorts. The vessels themselves appear to be made of a hard plastic which has been covered with a matte ceramic facsimile. In fact, upon clinking it emerges that only the caps are plastic (though still hefty)--the bottles clink when clicked, so they are actually constructed of glass. Anyway, I love the texture and the overall effect. Even the boxes are beautiful. Sadly, the only thing that I'm not entirely crazy about are the contents. BLUSH PINK, in particular, is not a very appealing perfume to my nose. Each time that I wear it I am reminded of my orthodontist's office back when I was a pre-teen. This is a linear generic floral composition with a decidedly non-perfumic demeanor. It really smells to me like an air freshener or perhaps a “Feminine deodorant spray”. I cannot say for sure in the latter case, since I've never actually purchased any of that product, but I've smelled plenty of air fresheners in public places and offices such as that of my orthodontist. I finally took a peek at the fragrantica.com data on this collection and discovered that the perfumer was Bernard Ellena. What a disappointment this was to learn, as I have truly loved some of his creations. In this case, he appears to have agreed to work with the pastel concept, and the results were perhaps predictable. Désolée. 5.21.11

Jul
08
2011
Norgirl
Norgirl

this is a quiet delicat, feminin and georgas , perfume . The bottle to me is not very interasting , and to be honest i did not think i would bother so much for this perfume . I have had a little bottle for quite sometime . and now desided to try it properly. and boy was i surprised:)
This is so soft , feminin and delicios.The Neroli have a little touch of honey smell to it, just a tiny bit , and in comes the Violets and Heliotrop , Very gental again , note anything overpowering the other notes ,a beautifull blend of violets and almonds by the Heliotrop.The Amber is there to , but just as soft and gental as the otherones.
this is a everyday fragrance ,Very subtal,very feminin and Quite romantic i would say. Nothing bold and outgoing whit this one .
Just like a woman walking in the shaddows in the garden dreaming of her lover, romantic and soft

i want a bigger bottle of this one , hope to get it:)

May
13
2011
Marianne
Marianne

It's like Style with hints of Naomi Campbell and Armani White. I think it's the most flowery scent of the three Pastels.

Aug
14
2008

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