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Blue Jeans by Versace Review
Versace’s Blue Jeans is nothing revolutionary like many other scents, but it delivers what its target audience wants. It is a fresh mix of oriental notes that can come off a little too strong for us in the beginning, and is definitely not a subtle wear. Later on it reveals a clean, smooth quality that is likeable but honestly feels too youthful. The drydown is the highlight, where the musky quality of the notes gives the scent more depth. Blue Jeans is not too bad, but not that great either.
Very lively floriental
Clean, smooth and cozy
We find the drydown to have a likeable musky, powdery quality
Very easy to wear
Smells somewhat cheap to us
Feels juvenile and might put off men with more trained noses
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Blue Jeans by Versace is intended to be worn by men, and while with a focus on spices and citruses. It was designed by Jean-Pierre Bethouart, and was introduced to the market in 1994. The top notes include anise, bergamot, palisander tree and basil. The heart has rose, jasmine, heliotrope, sage, iris and lily, while the base has iris, vetiver, patchouli, sandalwood, musk, amber, vanilla and tonka bean.