Which Gucci Bloom fragrance are you?
If there's one scent that captures the essence of being a sexy, modern millennial. It's Gucci Bloom. There's a reason the original was nominated for our Buro Beauty Awards 2018. From the dusky pink, matte bottle to the clean, elegant print on the white label to the box lined with the whimsical, floral toile de jouy print, everything screams Gucci in the best way possible.
Since the launch of Bloom last year, the brand has released two additional version: Gucci Bloom Acqua di Fiori and Nettare Di Fiori. The former is a fresher, green version that's perfect for hotter months, while the latter is a more intense essence that completes the trio. All three of these exquisite juices were created by master perfumer Alberto Morillas. Stumped as to which scent is right for you? Check out the three scents below in greater detail.
If you love receiving big bouquets of flowers, millennial pink everything, clubbing with your friends and endless adventures.
Try Gucci Bloom
Smells like Teen spirit in the best possible way, this is a scent that is modern, fresh and unerringly sexy. Notes include sambac jasmine, heady tuberose and Rangoon creeper. Fun fact: The last flower is commonly found in our region and gives an almost powdery, floral touch to the fragrance. The result is almost sex in a bottle. Wear this if you want attention.
If you love hours spent reading by yourself, listening to shoegazer music and communing with nature.
Try Gucci Bloom Acqua Di Fiore
Smells like a lighter, fresher, more aquatic version of the original, thanks to green galbanum and dainty cassis buds. A quieter and more subtle juice that is the equivalent of an early morning scent.
If you love leather, lace, candlelight dinners and horror movies with a plot twist.
Try Gucci Bloom Nettare di Fiori
Smells like an intense chypre floral version of the original. The notes of rose and osmanthus are intensified and mixed with an enigmatic blend of patchouli, musk and ginger for an intoxicating brew. A great scent for the evening or for crisp, winter nights.