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Privilege Parfums Privilege for women

Privilege Parfums Privilege for women
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Privilege by Parfums Privilege is a Floral Fruity fragrance for women. Privilege was launched in 1986. The fragrance features jasmine and exotic fruits.

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Jasmine Exotic Fruits

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Privilege Fragrance Reviews


This perfume has floral, green-fruity, aldehyde, and powdery musky facets. It reminds me of Calyx, another 80s green-fruity scent. There is something sharpish and bright about Privilige as well that gives it distinct sillage. The dry-down is lovely. An affordable gem well worth seeking out. Very pleased to hear the reformulation is good, I may need to seek a FB!


I have the vintage as well as a newer version and they are very similar. They did a great job with the reformulation on this one! There is something so lady like about this perfume and a very expensive feel upon the first sniff (but it is NOT expensive). I bought my first bottle at a department store (possibly Dillards). It is a feel good perfume that is not shy and has resilience. It was one of my first Floral Fruity fragrances back in the late 80's but unlike many of the floral fruity or gourmand fragrances today, this one really lasts! Bonus: The dry down is really spectacular and continues to linger for many hours.


This was my first perfume love in the 1980's. Someone walked by with it on and I was instantly smitten and ended wearing it for many years.
Later, I moved on to other things but purchased an old bottle on ebay. Like the reviewer above, I found it to be surprisingly inexpensive.
This absolutely smells like an expensive perfume. It's classy and bright, without being overpowering. Other perfumes come and go for me, but this will always remain a mainstay on my perfume tray.


Privilege was a favorite of mine, still is except I'm a fan of layering and you can't get the soaps, cremes, shower gel or perfume anymore except for a spray. I loved because it smelled EXACTLY like the tiny wild tulips I grow every spring. Not a fragrance for everyone. Not fruity at all, more soft musky floral. The dry-down is warm and fresh like a spring day when the humidity is high and you can smell all the flower scents carried on the breeze.


I'm by no means an expert nose, but I was quite surprised to see this fragrance listed as a Floral Fruity. I would probably classify it as a Floral Aldehyde. I don't really get a "fruit vibe" at all, and to my nose there's more to this than just the jasmin and fruit notes listed here. But what they are, I am clueless to say! [Hangs head in shame!]

It's a fragrance I wore in the 80's, and I think it's a good representative of that fragrance era... not a 'soft-spoken' fragrance, it has great sillage and is very long lasting. It's bright but not overly sharp, certainly not creamy or what I would consider warm. Yes, it's a "power fragrance". It's one I liked a lot and always gathered many appreciative compliments from when I wore it. Don't readily remember where I first discovered it, but am thinking more drugstore v. department store. Even back then, though, it wasn't widely recognized or popular.

Several months ago I was looking at the offerings on an internet site and was surprised to see it listed, and for a reasonable price, so decided to treat myself to a new bottle. To my recollection - some 20+ years later - it smells the same as I remembered it, and it's just as lovely as it ever was. It reminds me quite a bit of a somewhat 'brighter' Van Cleef and Arpel's "First". Top notes through the dry-down are wonderful. Still smells way more expensive than it is.


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Privilege by Parfums Privilege 4.13 out of 5 based on 26 ratings and 5 user reviews

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