Victoria's Secret has launched Very Sexy Dare, the latest flanker to their popular Very Sexy fragrance for women, originally introduced in 2002:
Experiment. Mix things up. Live without limits. Very Sexy Dare is an uninhibited blend of sparkling blood orange, lush purple freesia and warm grapefruit wood.
Additional notes include bergamot, pineapple juice, tamarind nectar, hazelnut leaf, yellow jasmine, lily, nutmeg, white peony, sandalwood, musk and tonka bean.
Victoria's Secret Very Sexy Dare is available in 30, 75 and 100 ml Eau de Parfum. (via victoriassecret)
Other recent launches from Victoria's Secret: Isle of Pink, Very Sexy Now 2008, Dream Angels Heavenly Kiss, Back to Pink.
What I thougt about the regural Victorias Secret sexy fragrance was “too much but nothing much”. It hit my nastrals with too much florals with some spices no woods and candy-like accords so I am not even gonna try this one. The only thing I like from their sexy like was the nail polish:))
By the way how many sexy versions are they gonna have? Sexy, Sexy Dare then what? Super Sexy, Sexy night, Sexy Sex and the City, Sexy Angels…. Just reissue Breatless!
I would say the flanker possibilities are endless…these must sell very well.
And must sheepishly admit that I've never put a single VS fragrance on skin, only smelled on paper.
I tried this one and I actually LIKED it. It's got a fresher citrus note than most VS scents and it fades to a gentle musky wood. Not bad at all. The drawback is the name, of course, as in someone asking you at work “What are you wearing?” Maybe I could just make something up….My b-day is coming up and I'll probably wait and see if anyone gifts me with it, but I'll probably get a bottle one way or another.
Agree — I'd rather lie about the name, LOL…
I personally hate flowers so if a cologne smell like flowers i wont give it so much attention….
But som bout this cologne som i cant quite get ma hands on
Sounds like it's more sweet fruits than flowers…
It’s actually a woodsy citrus floral… almost a edge of masculine. I like it, but think they will eventually get rid of it.