Violet Blonde was released by Tom Ford in 2011 as part of the house’s Signature Collection. Other fragrances from the said group include Santal Blush and Jasmin Rouge. Violet Blonde was made with violet leaf, pink pepper, mandarin, iris absolute, sampaguita, Sambac jasmine, musk, vetiver, cedar and benzoin. The eau de parfum was made available in 30 and 50 ml initially.
Violet Blonde by Tom Ford Review
Violet Blonde is a lovely take on violets. Rather than being overwhelming and strong for us, it impresses a soft and delicate vibe without compromising sillage. The violet accords are complemented by fruity and green notes peppered in. The jasmine in particular stands out as it can be quite strong. We found the scent to be modern, smooth and lovely, overall. Staying power is likewise impressive.
We find that this smells soft and delicate but projects well
Beautiful violet-centered opening
Has a lovely, simple bottle for collecting
Above average staying power
The jasmine note can feel sharp for some
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