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I only ever sprayed it the once as it was too heavy. To me, It's a very long lasting scent and it's one of those that lasts on your clothes until they get washed.I haven't smelled this for many years as when i got down to the last drops, i gave the bottle away to a collector. It's one of my fave bottles as its very shapely and feminine. I can't remember the actual notes in this but i know i'll never buy it or wear it ever again as it's just not for me.I've been wearing Classique since the early '90's and I just adore it so much. I have no preference between the EDT and the EDP - I love them both and the lasting power is fantastic.Gaultier created a masterpiece and it is a true classic of perfumery! Second - my first impression is not vanilla; it's white soap.These are scents my grandmothers (both of them) tended to wear so I generally associate these kinds of smells with that age range, no, it's not a bad thing, it's just not scents I find myself particularily attracted to. As a perfume lover I had to pick it up and tried to get some juice out of it. This perfume goes with pretty mini dresses and cocktail dresses high heels and make up lipstick and nail polish. I used to wear this perfume daily and it is glorious and sensual. Gaultier reminds me of how perfume can really evoke memories of people, places, and experiences...or bad. I'm not sure if the current recipe is a bit sweeter than it was in years past or if my tastes have changed. I remember this fragrance fondly but can't imagine wearing it now.. As this fragrance is timeless ageless and non offensive. When the parfum is dry smell like vanilla and amber. This used to be my signature in my late teens/early 20s and back then I always had lots of compliments about my scent. what did I reach for the instant my sense of smell came back? Based on general comparison ranks among other fragrances. Baseadas em ranques gerais de comparação entre outras fragrâncias. It's just got this awesome cola note in there that makes me keep sniffing my arm. I have yet to find another perfume out there that can fit this tall order. On me, this smelt very synthetic, I could detect orange and musk, but it dried down to a buttery smell that used to turn me right off. People call this very powdery, and that's usually a red flag for me because Guerlain Shalimar Parfum Initial-type or YSL Manifesto-type powder makes my nose itch rather uncomfortably. I mean it completely morphs into a different scent. The scent does sometimes have a little bit of a playdoh vibe, but it's not overwhelming. Things I don't smell in this: rose, tuberose, CINNAMON? It rises in sweetness (ylang and tuberose without the creaminess and smooth edges). Iris and orchid yes but this is NOT a powdery soft scent. In the dry down, I would call this an ass-kicking fruity floral with some nice musky depth.I often find these scents too strong and even tacky on my skin, as my skin generally is better with fruity gourmands. This may seem unkind but one day I smelled this perfume on a very foul mouthed, aggressive and 'cheap' woman who frequented a bar I used to go to sometimes. My bottle is getting passed on a someone who loves sugary scents. Brought 2 of these bottles of this because it smelled amazing on paper. I got samples of this and had to purchase a large bottle immediately. Warm a little spicy this parfum has so much I love! At the time it felt sexy, sophisticated and intoxicating, but then I suppose it would compared to Tommy Girl, which I had loved prior to that point. A small number of perfumes have done this on me, so it must be something in my chemistry. And I'll say that initially it does smell powdery..baby powder. It was in this new stage that I realized that I've smelled this scent so many times on different people..young and beautiful mothers. And finally, another thing the scent smells like is Juicy Fruit chewing gum. , plum, and pear Classique is a fitting fragrance for a classy lady. I've had this perfume since my military days back in 2007 and the juice inside is still superb. There is fruit here but I wouldn't call it a modern fruity floral. I cannot see myself wearing this often but as a collector with almost 500 bottles, I am glad that I tried and have it among my bottles.I think I can smell a bit of something like jasmine too.
But I just dabbed some on my hair, and I can't believe how nice it is, slightly powdery, clean smelling, softly sweet vanilla floral with a hint of something citrusy.
This is an absolute fall/winter fragrance and I can't wait to wear this. My teacher has a lot of objects for us to copy and do some excercises, and I found this beautiful bottle. This delicious cake is good to wear to parties and to wear on dates if you are single girl. Fruit in this parfum is peach plum juicy and deep mandarin and bergamot. Out of 100 fragrances that I couldn't smell for days, this was the one I wanted to smell again first. Classique is as close to the perfect women's fragrance as I've ever come across. very good projection, just a light spritz on the wrist and I could smell myself walking in the street wrapped by this lovely sent, smelling right on the wrist was a bit soapy but in distance wonderful..... almost 2 hours later I feel a slight nausea and i think is the perfume cause i don't want to smell my wrist anymore :-/... There's also a synthetic grape component to this scent (synthetic in the best way), which I usually associate with jasmine or orange blossom, so that makes sense.
A Strongest notes: Sandalwood, Vanilla, Ginger, Orange Blossom I'm going to rephrase my previous review because I seem to have offended some people, which wasn't my intention: Classique is a perfume that has a lot of things I hate: White powdery florals and strong wood notes. It looks like someone forgot it a long time ago, and it still smells! This is very sexy not in provocative way but in a girly way. Then I smell flowers beautiful rose and iris flower. I have to say the first hour of this fragrance is not my favorite though, it smells too much like powdery bar soap but once it settles this is gooood. I remember seeing it in the bathrooms of grown-up beautiful women in the 90's when I was a kid. It's feminine, mysterious, sexy, classy, clean, & slightly powdery. maybe it's too sweet for me, longivity not sure but after 2 hours is a lot lighter, anyway who loves sweet this is sooooo beautiful, i'll have to try this in autumn maybe, for now this will stay in the " i really want this" list :-) 09.6/10.0 - Scent(Top)/Aroma(Topo) 09.6/10.0 - Scent(Mid)/Aroma(Meio) 09.7/10.0 - Scent(Base)/Aroma(Base) 09.6/10.0 - Uniqueness/Singularidade 09.6/10.0 - Longevity/Longevidade 09.5/10.0 - Sillage/Rastro 07.1/10.0 - Versatility/Versatilidade 08.8/10.0 - Presentation/Apresentação -------------------------------------------------------------------- 09.6/10.0 - Total Personal notes! The juice (if you can find a vintage EDT version) is simply outstanding and one of a kind. Amazing how they spiked the old juice with some serious mojo. For some reason this always reminded me of Coca Cola. At first you get a strong vanilla followed by the sweet citrus. Then after about 5 min the bottom note has an interesting slightly bitter ending. I so wanted to love this, but sadly could never make myself get more than a fifth through the bottle. This is not a sour or fresh or sharp or green orange blossom scent. I was afraid the anise will smell too much like licorice, which is not my favorite, but I actually can't really isolate it from the other notes. It goes on a floral with a really odd bandaid harsh note that quickly fades.
My grandmother actually gave this to me and told me to "give it a try", so I reluctantly did. It's not harsh or tacky, it's elegant and incredibly well crafted. All i could smell was star anise which i hate the smell of. While this is sweeter than I usually enjoy, it is clearly very well done. I will probably try to get a sample to retry several times and then formulate a better opinion. I picked it up again last Christmas for an absurdly low price and got happy spritzing it again. One spray is enough, 2 is the absolute maximum :) I wore this in 2000. He said he smelled like me because my smell faded on to him. When we broke up I would purposely spray inside his car with it when he left his windows down so he would think of me. Just my two cents so don't say I didn't warn you lol!! Also it puzzles me: in my part of the world I don't "smell" elderly people!
There are mild spicy/woodsy notes that give it just the right amount of warmth, which blends beautifully with the sweetness of the florals and vanilla. Whilst I still love it, it hasn't born up well with my memory of it. I got this for a very cheap price, under half from it's normal price so I bought it. Looking back I do not regret it doing it because he would always call BUT I WOULD NEVER ANSWER. Perhaps it's a cultural thing in some part of the world?