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Gucci Bloom Eau de Parfum by Gucci Review
Bloom is an apt name for this Gucci release—the waft of Gucci Bloom initially feels subtle but it slowly opens up to become richer and sweeter. It is not the result of a single flower but a combination, mostly of white blooms but also of the Rangoon creeper. It is feminine and easy to wear despite its mentioned ingredients, and women from all walks of life would love to spray this on anywhere and anytime. Thankfully, its decent performance and sillage will keep one smelling fresh for many hours.
Can be worn anywhere, anytime
Blend of white flowers managed to be kept at a tolerable level
Sillage is pretty good, and so is longevity
Does not feel old
The mix is nothing too special or unique
By 2017, Gucci Creative Director Alessandro Michele already had two fragrances under his tenure: this, and Gucci Guilty Absolute Pour Homme. Each featured an exclusive, natural ingredient; Gucci Bloom showcased the Rangoon creeper. The vine, which traces its origins in Asia, has been combined with white florals such as jasmine and tuberose, and further supported by woody accents. Michele worked on the Bloom with legendary perfumer Alberto Morillas and the Italian fashion house released the fragrance in three sizes: 30, 50 and 100 ml.