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Tommy Girl by Tommy Hilfiger Review
If you’re intrigued by Tommy Girl, then you’d be disappointed to know that it isn’t quite the sensation that the brand intended it to be. It’s not bad, don’t get us wrong, but there’s not much on here that would make us sing of praises and prefer it over the next ‘90s clean fragrance. To its credit, it is light and fresh, the tea complementing the flowers and the fruits nicely. But we don’t think there should be any expectations on its power. Tommy Girl is rather soft and fleeting on the skin.
Bright and clean, especially with the opening
Feminine and delicate
The tea, although light, blends nicely with florals
Easy to wear
We think this is light scent that is also lacking in staying power
Not distinct enough from its contemporaries to be memorable
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Meant to be a feminine addition to the casual scents of the decade, Tommy Girl by Tommy Hilfiger is your typical young, floral and fruity fragrance. It was created by Calice Becker on behalf of the preppy brand and released in 1996. It was a first for the brand then, which has released the feminine fragrance about the same time as its women’s collection. The notes are made up of blackcurrant, mandarin orange, apple tree blossom, camelia, lily, mint, honeysuckle, violet, grapefruit, rose, lemon, magnolia, jasmine, leather, black tea, cedar and sandalwood.