Bobbi Brown Bobbi’s Party Eau de Parfum Review

Bobbi Brown Bobbis Party Eau de Parfum

I wasn’t sure what to expect from Bobbi’s new Party Parfum but I was thinking along the lines of Lush Snowshowers or perhaps a little Philosophy Bubbly, you know, sparkling, effervescent…that’s my thoughts of a party fragrance!

Turns out Bobbi’s Party Eau de Parfum is none of those things but it is interesting and quite unique to say the least.

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Violet notes your BFF? Well, Bobbi’s Party is for you! This is dominated by the crisp freshness of violet leaves. I find the violet leaves overtake the fragrance and create a warm, inviting base for the other floral notes in the blend. I personally love violet so I was unexpectedly surprised upon first spritz having gone into that initial mist without knowing what to expect from the fragrance at all.

You’ll get a mellow, powdery dry down that features rose petals and touches of sandalwood but the initial violet leaves remain present here but are a touch more softer.

For some reason it reminds me a touch of Lush Bathos, don’t get the wrong idea though they are entirely different fragrances but the strong violet just gives me Lushie vibes.

I personally love this one but it probably won’t appeal to everyone. It is a heavier floral, best suited for evening wear. If you’re going into a purchase blindfolded and expect something of a sparkling party blend it might prove disappointing but if you’re looking for a sophisticated, glamorous floral fragrance, Bobbi’s Party is your girl!

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  • 11/16/11 9:28 Christina:

    I happened to be in Nordies when the BB counter got all of the new holiday items incl this and the SA let me test it. Oh my gosh, I thought it smelled horrible – reminded me of old lady smell w/ funeral home flowers mixed in. I couldn’t get home and wash my arm and change my shirt fast enough.

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    • 11/16/11 9:42 the Muse:

      yup, it’s DEF mature and not for everyone Christina ;-D I normally don’t like florals, but this I liked, thought it was unique but I do get the funeral home vibe LOL morbid but true!

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