Gap Coconut Tuberose by Gap Perfume. This light and carefree fragrance from Gap is a fun blend of floral and citrus accords.
Gap Coconut Tuberose, introduced in 2007, opens with its primary note of tuberose, which is romantic and tropical but not cloying or overpowering. The sweetness of the tuberose is balanced by the bright tartness of lemon and other citrus fruits. Coconut lies subtly at the base of this perfume, contributing an almost vanilla milkiness. The combination is youthful and
cheerful, and it is best suited for casual occasions, such as a trip to the beach or a weekend picnic.
The Gap, Inc. was founded by Donald and Doris Fisher as a clothing store that catered to teenage and young adult consumers. In 1974, just five years after the store opened, the brand began to sell its own label of clothing. Since then, the company has expanded its offerings with additional brands like Old Navy and Banana Republic. Its first fragrance was released in 1994.
The Gap, Inc. is an American clothing retailer founded in 1969 by Donald and Doris Fisher and is based in San Francisco. Capitalizing on the counter culture of the late 1960s and early 1970s the store originally sold Levi’s and other items that appealed to the youth market and did not begin to offer their private label clothing until 1974.
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