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Very helpful Review8
Chanels Basic Model
I recently took the liberty of making two purchases: a new car and a new everyday perfume. As I made my selection, the friendly saleswoman recommended the Chanel and Diors Sauvage. In the shop, the two were olfactory indistinguishable, even an outbreak in front of the door only mixed in some french fries with hot from the nearby snack stall.
So I chose the Sauvage by pure chance to give it back the next day. What a hideous soapy water, I apologize to all friends of this product for the hard word. But. Pure industrial soap!
Now it went to the Bleu de Chanel and yes. Yes! Relaxed. Slightly hypothermic. The quick citrus opening flies away and gives way to a pleasing, high-quality fresh scent. I do not want to repeat the ingredients again, the perfume as a whole looks rather synthetic, but not unpleasant. A slightly sporty note can be discerned.
What the car mentioned at the beginning has to do with it, I explain immediately: it is the simplest, entry-level motorized vehicle of a Bavarian manufacturer.
Of course they rush by, all the highly bred Czechs, French and Japanese, everyone has a light years better price-performance ratio, scream: look, I also have this Hofmeisterknick, also I have this edge and this button and also I am wild. And I am cheaper, faster, yes just better.
Well, the Bavarian in me would say (I am Saxon), but I sit quite well for that. Classic with rear drive, classic with beautiful lines, well dressed.
The Chanel is a classic basic model. Others can do many things better, louder, or because of me more unusual or cheaper.
Chanel's here. Unobtrusive, it accompanies solid through the day and presents quite good durability. Never intrusive, fine elegance is the new punk.
Who wants to hit on the proverbial shit, uses then evenly the Antaeus from the same house.
After many years of Gucci Guilty my personal judgement for the "little" Chanel is very good.