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Style Pastels Tender Green Jil Sander for women

Style Pastels Tender Green 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 Sander 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. Tender Green is a floral-green fragrance, which wraps your aura with green tea, bitter orange and Sambac jasmine. The perfumes will be available from September 2008, in the amount of 50ml.

Perfume rating: 3.85 out of 5 with 75 votes.

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Tea Bitter Orange Jasmine

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Style Pastels Tender Green Fragrance Reviews

Tussa
Tussa

It is all what main accords say it is, just all wrapped in gentle powder, so do not expect just another light fresh scent, it more serious than that. I do not agree it is laundry scent, even if was meant positively. Generally, I like Jil Sander, and this one is no exception. It was blind buy and I am happy with it. It is not the one that will knock you down, but very nice keeper, very Jil Sander. I think it is wearable even in colder weather since it gives quite warm feelings. Very good silage and longevity

Jul
10
2016
jenniewebb
jenniewebb

Strong green aquatic laundry scent, sharp and long lasting. This is a modern, super-clean scent that would cut through humidity on the hottest of days. Despite the sharpness it is not shrill or screechy, and I get only an impression of citrus without any actual fruit and no tea notes. The jasmine sits squarely amid fresh greenery that smells like it's been through the wash. On first wearing I was mildly impressed, but I've become more and more fond of this each time I've worn it. It's unlike anything else I own, definitely a keeper.

Feb
10
2015
mslady
mslady

A great blind buy. Starts as a pretty, airy cloud of jasmine with a nice spike of green tea underneath. I get the bitter orange - it's a curious note and gives the scent an edge. I like this very much, but as other reviewers have said, only wish it lasted longer.

Apr
11
2014
amanda
amanda

Just got one 50ml bottle after years that is seemed to be disappeared from the shops. And what! It was also discounted:D so I must had to get one and as I remembered I still like it, though the lasting power is not very strong. Its a good composition, neither of the mentioned notes can be recognized outstanding(by me at least) and its really pastel. I don't always like green scents they get sour to my nose, but this one is very unique and pleasant. for everyday use!

Jul
18
2013
Kysyona
Kysyona

If only this had more staying power!!! - this is a PERFECT green pastel: it lives up to its name 110%. Sharpness of green notes is subdued under the bountiful powderness and a drop of vanilla sugar is mixed in to rule out any "unisex/cologne/aftershave" associations. It is like looking into a lush spring garden through big windows of a veranda, bathing in the first sunrays wrapped in a thick shawl or a good old pashmina with that first cup of tea/coffee (choose as applicable) of the day and breathing this amazing energy in. For me this is a scent of being inside a clean, cosy and sunlit house/apartment with a view to die for. For an outdoorsy feel this fragrance lacks water, it is a dry green instead of wet green, like, say, Fidgi or L'Air du Temps, and much softer from the start if compared to Miss Dior ( also a dry green but one with a good olfactory kick in it when just having been applied ). I could easily see myself being a life-long addict of this: it makes me feel like I am a fairy, an elf, a nymph - something ephemeral in a way, because powder in this scent is rather like a levitating dry mist than a dense choking veil. What stops me from buying this perfume by a dozen is a) price ( rather high, considering point B) and b) the sillage and longevity are not something this scent can boast about. Both are relatively limited, and therefore I am treading carefully here. 1 bottle at a time with one eye on the budget and other million perfumes I can't wait to try.

May
14
2013
schuindaye
schuindaye

I love this so much, feels so fresh and clean.

Nov
04
2012
yvonnejo
yvonnejo

Got this one yesterday.It smells great to me. Bitter Orange goes first and this smells a little same as L`Occitane's The Vert (I hate that one, too much orange notes in it).And then jasmine. Green tea stays behind the two notes above. Absolutely fresh for summer. The only question is it can not last for long,2~3 hours maybe.

Jul
24
2012
Perfumenut1
Perfumenut1

This was the first Jill Sander fragrance that I purchased and appealed to me as it's described as a green floral and in part due to the tactile, unique packaging. It's quite an unusual fragrance it's slightly sweet but at the same time green with a tea note apparent in the dry down. This is a 'grown up', sophisticated scent, which does have the Jasmine powdery note but doesn't smell dated. I must admit, when I first got it, I just thought another waste of money, but my DH said it was quite nice and after trying it a second time, I'm appreciating it more and actually quite like it. It's longevity isn't too bad, which is good for me as not many do on my skin and with the bottle being opaque it protects the juice, which is nice touch.

Feb
28
2012
sherapop
sherapop

I am a real sucker for sets, which explains how I managed to acquire the three Jill Sander Style Pastels edps, despite my veritable aversion for pastels. I also cannot, try though I may, break my Russian roulette perfume-buying habits. For inscrutable reasons, given the low probability of success in this enterprise, I do somehow love so much gambling on new perfumes purchased scent unsniffed, often without even consulting any reviews in advance. These quirky features about me have put me in the position of being qualified to write a review of TENDER GREEN, which it is indeed. But is it really tender, or is it rather watery, in the sense of dilute? Upon initial application I identified this as a floral green of the clean green laundry variety. Really very clean, and just slightly sweet in the drydown, TENDER GREEN belongs in the category of perfumes for which I reach habitually on my way out the door knowing that they could not possibly offend. These are scents which are intrinsically inoffensive, the downside of which is that they sometimes verge on the insipid.

Case in point: after running errands for a couple of hours, my ability even to perceive TENDER GREEN becomes sketchy, at best, and my guess is that this is not because I've developed a tolerance to the scent. No, it seems simply to have evaporated away. While it lasts, it smells nice: like some kind of organic green laundry product scented with very light and unidentifiable florality. Or, if you like, “abstract” florals (ahem...). In any case, TENDER GREEN really is totally clean while at the same time being green, a bit like rolling on a very sparse patch of seedlings of grass. Of course, you'd kill them all by doing so, which may explain the poor longevity. Next to the mean greens, this one seems something of a weeny to me. But I'll wear it this summer as the tropical weather descends, which it is bound to, eventually, though this week has turned into Wellies fashion week for me (another example of my set obsession—why, oh why, pray tell, do I own three beautiful pairs of Wellies which, yes, I purchased on the very same day? Oh well, they're coming in handy this week thanks to the rain, rain, and more rain. Green leaves abound, though, strewn about the ground and on the branches of the now fully rejuvenated trees, all beautifully illuminated under the silver gray blanket of clouds which might otherwise have induced yet another bout of seasonal affective disorder... But I digress...

Anyone who likes floral greens will find this one wearable, albeit somewhat weak. On the other hand, anyone who finds the mean and the über-greens to be too much, may well appreciate the “tenderness” of this composition. 5.19.11

Jul
08
2011
Tigerlillian
Tigerlillian

Tender Green is indeed a lovely, fresh scent opening with a very prominent green tea note.

The jasmine sambac in this fragrance is a nice balance and not as heady as other jasmines... well featured in the drydown with some sweet bitterness from the orange to add interest to the note.

Very soft and pastel like and smoothly blended. I thought on opening this might be similar to Guerlain's Les Voyages Paris-Tokyo, but this is much more diffusive on the drydown, where Tokyo is airy and transparent with the addition of violet and cedar and somewhat stronger (which I prefer, however, it's less accessible). In any event, Jil Sander's is beautifully composed.

Jul
07
2011
parfumeguru
parfumeguru

When they first came out, I found the green one the most classy one..it is still is compare to pink and the yellow..
It is just ok overall. It can be a little bitter,I think I like the light remainder of Jasmine in it.

Aug
23
2010
teddito
teddito

This is an intensive summer scent,very green, with great lasting power.Grapefruit note makes it bitter-sweeet and the jasmine keeps it smooth.
However I miss the powderness of the classic Style, so this is a good summer chioce for those who like strong perfumes but don't like powderly scents

Apr
24
2010
rikari
rikari

Absolute green flowery fragrance, which one may say thank you for his strength to the letter of the green tea. In this fragrance can be found the refreshment citrus, but not this capital range of his for the inundation. Nothing gives reasons for it, but I perceive it as powdered one with a cleanness fragrance after all. The denouement will be full when the sambac is a jasmine comes into the foreground, and quasi strokes the green one, bitter one, and flowery one. A lot he finds the time for him because he proves to be a long-lasting fragrance.

Jun
09
2009
Marianne
Marianne

Luckily, I tested them yesterday and I'm impressed, especially by Tender Green. At first, it smells like Green Tea, fresh and spicy, and then the typical Jil Sander Style scent appears. It's hard to imagine because Green Tea and Style are so different, but they are balanced in this fragrance. The Tender Green Pastel is a bit different from the other two pastels because it's fresh whereas the pink and yellow ones are soft, powdery and sweet.

Aug
14
2008

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