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Fath de Fath by Jacques Fath Review

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Fath de Fath by Jacques Fath Review
Fath de Fath is a gem from the 1950s that was brought back to the Jacques Fath rotation in 1993. The original is distinct from the reformulation as it is a more potent concentration. This is not executed through the sillage, which is gentle and warm, but rather through the staying power which makes bringing along a bottle to be futile. To us, this floral fruity combination is not anything you haven’t had a whiff of before, but it can be relied on as a subtly sophisticated fragrance.
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We find this to be creamy, besides being sweet and fruity
Is warm and powdery
Very potent in terms of staying power
Not a very unique fragrance
Smells dated for some
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Fath de Fath was first introduced to perfume lovers in 1953. Jacques Fath categorizes it as a chypre and floral fragrance meant to be enjoyed by women. In 1993, it was reformulated. The fragrance which is a mix of fruits and florals was the sixth perfume to be added to the Jacques Fath collection.

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