Classic Vintage Fragrances for Women Launched in the 1980’s

April 24, 2009

Classic Vintage Fragrances for Women Launched in the 1980’s
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A Lot of people with great noses might agree that the classic perfumes are truly the best and most new women’s fragrances are echoes of ones past gone. The days of big hair, heavy metal and leg warmers influenced an unforgettable vintage scent that can only be reminisced with one whiff. Good thing these fragrances have stuck around! Some of us wore these fragrances or remember a crush from their scent. For others, our parents rocked them!

Lets explore the world of 1980’s fragrances for Women!

Giorgio Beverly Hills by Giorgio Beverly Hills: Giorgio Beverly Hills was introduced in 1981, and was characterized by delicate notes of gardenia, rose, sandalwood and orange blossom. It is said to bring into your mind the swaying palms and sandy beaches of Beverly Hills Rodeo Drive. This was the perfume for any great fan of the hit teen drama Beverly Hills 90210! It leaves a lasting impression with the sophisticated fragrance of Giorgio Beverly Hills.

Passion by Elizabeth Taylor: Launched in 1987, this luxurious floral-oriental fragrance is a true a classic fragrance. With rich warm blends of spices and musk, Passion was worn. You wanted to be noticed and remembered!

Joop! Femme by Joop!: First launched in 1987, this fragrance has a blend of jasmine, lily of the valley and cedar, making it perfect for women who held the “power of love.”

Animale by Parlux!: Another launched in 1987, Animale is considered a mysterious and exotic yet warm scent that sets the mood. With intense notes of Neroli, Bergamot, Hyacinth, Coriander, Jasmine, Rose, Ylang-Ylang, Pimento Berry, Sandalwood, Vetiver, Oak Moss, and Patchouli, this seductive scent threw women in a frenzy and men “Hungry like a Wolf.”

Lou Lou by Cacharel : (1987) A fine fragrance that contains bergamot, apricot, marigold and is accented with vanilla, musk and sandalwood making Lou Lou perfect for daytime use.

Caesars Woman by Caesars: (1987) This fragrance is classified as a luxurious, flowery fragrance. The feminine scent possesses a blend of orange flower, rose, musk and sandalwood. It spun those boy “right round.” Oh they were cute “smoking in the boys room.”

Tuscany Per Donna Perfume: Created in 1985, Tuscany Per Donna for women is an elegant, oriental, woody fragrance. Notes include Honeysuckle, Ylang-Ylang, Amber, Mandarin, Rose and Jasmine.

Obsession by Calvin Klein: (1985) Obsession for women is classified as a refreshing, oriental fragrance. Notes include Vanilla, Amber, Orange Blossom, Oakmoss, Citrus, Warm woods, and Moss. You are his “obsession.”

Ysatis by Givenchy: (1984) A dreamer fragrance of being multi-faceted. Ysatis is sensual, loving, sophisticated but also energetic and efficient. She as an irresistible ability to disturb, fascinate and bewitch.

Lutece by Houbigant: Launched in 1984 with a sensual and romantic theme. Lutece by Houbigant Perfume for Women is a fresh and smooth fragrance made with the finest ingredients for a long lasting scent.

Society by Burberry: (1982) This antique fragrance is refreshing and renewable. This Citrus-Fruity fragrance is perfect for daytime wear.

Niki de Saint Phalle by Niki de Saint Phalle: (1982)This fragrance is one of a kind for its unique floral and crisp combinations, a scent that may as well define a very complex yet confident woman.

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