Flora 1966 by Gucci Perfume. There is an air of casual refinement and boundless opportunity to the Flora 1966 fragrance.
Gucci's success in the release of the 2009 Flora fragrance prompted this chypre excursion into sophisticated femininity. Musk, vetiver and patchouli are the lasting impression of this mixture, with a scintillating spicy citrus overtone of energizing bergamot, counterpoint by bourbon pepper. Inside this layered and subtle experience is a pure heart of peony and rose. The
result is a durable scent that attracts at rest and comes alive on the dance floor.
This perfume is an ode to the Flora print created by Gucci for film legend, princess and consummate style icon Grace Kelly. The packaging and bottle are classic and impressive. A field of black is lightened by gold accents and type. This is a bottle that would serve as an impressive gift and a perennial centerpiece in the fragrance collection of nearly any woman who requires luxury and elegance.
At the end of the 19th century, Guccio Gucci worked at exclusive hotels in London and in Paris. Impressed with the luxurious luggage of the guests, Gucci returned to Florence, where he set up shop and produced and sold the type of fine leather goods that he saw during his time abroad. The offerings of the early Gucci store were simple and only included leather items such as luggage, accessories, handbags, and shoes. In time, and based on their...
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