Tom Ford perfume 5 Must Have Perfumes (80% Unisex)
Tom ford’s White Suede
Review: The overall scent is very pleasant, giving a soothing and joyful feeling. White musk remains calm throughout the fragrance, giving a simple and clean impression to others. No one would dislike it, at least not reject it. In the later stages, it does have a body scent-like quality, merging with one’s own body. It can be understood as a very comfortable scent, not deliberate or season or style-specific. However, it pairs exceptionally well with white clothing, and the transparent bottle design is exquisite. The scent is simple but the more you smell it, the more you love it. It is a simple fragrance that stands the test of time. Personally, I find it more appealing than Chanel Les Exclusifs 1957.
Tom Ford Soleil Blanc
Review: A must-have for those who love creamy fragrances. Two words to sum it up: milky and creamy, without being excessively sweet or cloying. I love it from the top to the dry down; it’s very loyal. When sprayed on a coat in winter, it brings warmth and makes the cold winter feel cozy. When sprayed on the body in summer, it gives a cute and protective feeling, making you feel desirable. If you love creamy scents, this is a complete winner. Layering this fragrance will easily last for 2-5 days. After using up the bottle, I really want to get the 250ml one. Truly a favorite.
Tom Ford Oud Wood
Review: A woody fragrance that features a rich oud and a hint of tobacco. It exudes a sense of stability, reliability, and mature masculinity, but not the kind associated with older men. The opening is slightly heavier, creating an initial sense of distance. The middle notes gradually soften, providing comfort and reassurance. Oud Wood fully showcases the gentle side of a man with a cold exterior. It’s warm, slightly rogue, and enticing.
tom ford lost cherry
TOM FORD’s perfume is known for being “made for seduction,” and this fragrance takes it to the extreme. The top notes are sour cherry, alcohol, and bitter almond, as if touching a wine glass filled with ambiguity and unspoken desire. Tom Ford’s latest release in November features a prominent cherry scent, sweet yet not cloying. Sisters who love cherries will become addicted to its aroma.
Tom Ford Neroli Portofino
Review: Full-on orange blossom and citrus fragrance, with a strong soapy feel. If you like citrus scents, this is the one to go for. It has a decent concentration among citrus fragrances and gives the impression of a fresh atmosphere. It’s like breathing the fresh air of nature in the mountains. It’s more long-lasting than Chanel Allure Homme Sport’s citrus notes. Suitable for men and a must-have for the summer. It gives a dry and refreshing sensation.