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In January 2012, Jimmy Choo had released an EDT counterpart for his first- ever fragrance, Jimmy Choo EDP. Jimmy Choo EDT is the fresh and light counterpart of the bold, warm, and thick EDP version.
Top note is composed of green notes, ginger, and pear-it's invigorating and smells totally fun. Heart note is made up of Taif Rose and Orchid, giving it a soft, semi- powdery scent. The base note is comprised of Cedar and Vibrant Woods, leaving you with a sparkling and fresh trail. This perfume smells clean and soapy-it even gives me this feeling that I've just stepped out of the shower, and the scent of my favorite floral- fragranced soap still lingers on my skin. However, staying power is pretty bad: It only stays for around 2 hours on me and then it fades off completely-The fresh base note is unsuccessful in keeping the perfume intact on my skin. Overall, it is a good perfume, but not mind blowing in my opinion.
Usually, a particular perfume's EDT version would somewhat remind you of the EDP, but not with Jimmy Choo: The notes are pretty much the same except that Patchouli was omitted in the base note of the EDT version and replaced with Cedar and Vibrant Woods, but both versions still ended up smelling totally different. What this means is the Jimmy Choo fragrance line caters to a wide range of women with varying scent preferences, and the EDT is not just a diluted version of the EDP-at least there's a positive aspect in it!
Going back to the EDT, I think it's good for those who are looking for a fresh floral perfume with a grown- up appeal.