You may have noticed that TSNC has been down for a few days – well I’ve been having a nightmare with my old host since the middle of last week, but I’ve now transferred over to a new host and I’m so glad everything is back up and running! I’m now getting back into the swing of things with a new fragrance review. This is Donna by Trusardi…
Trussardi is one of the few brands in the world that successfully combines dynamism and classicism, a continuous search for new absolutes and a lifestyle of effortless elegance. Its fragrances, fashion, design and food all possess the values of a brand born over a century ago under the banner of quality.
Starting with a little bit of background information – Trussardi Donna and Trussardi Uomo EDP’s were originally launched in 2011 to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the brand. Now the Eau de Toilette version of Trussardi Donna has just arrived: described as fresher and more exciting than ever, it’s a must have for fans of the original EDP.
Donna EDT is a sophisticated yet sensual oriental floral scent, created by the famous nose Nathalie Lorson. This is a bold scent, dynamic and refined, yet fresh and confident. It contains a wonderful blend of Yuzu, Citron and Water Fruits giving a luminous, bright and fruity aura in the top notes. It has a feminine heart of Orange Blossom, Jasmine Tea, and Water Lily which makes way for a sensuous base of Cedar and Sandal Woods, Vanilla and White Patchouli.
The bottle is elegant and sophisticated, with a simple shape and minimalist yet chic feel, and the ombré effect on the glass immediately distinguishes Trussardi Donna Eau de Toilette from the original Eau de Parfum.
- Top Notes: Yuzu, Citron and Water Fruits.
- Heart Notes: Orange Blossom, Jasmine Tea and Water Lily.
- Base Notes: Cedar, Sandalwood, Vanilla and White Patchouli.
Trussardi Donna EDT is available from £56.00 for 50ml at John Lewis.
I hope you enjoyed my post xxx
This post contains press samples
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