Princess Grace Grace de Monaco 1998

Princess Grace / Grace de Monaco by Fabergé
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Princess Grace is a popular perfume by Fabergé for women and was released in 1998. The scent is floral-powdery. It was last marketed by Unilever.
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Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesMandarin orange, Orange blossom, Pot marigold, Ylang-ylang
Heart Notes Heart NotesJasmine, May rose, Tuberose
Base Notes Base NotesAmbrette seed, Iris, Sandalwood, Tonka bean, Vanilla

Ratings

Scent

8.2 (43 Ratings)

Longevity

7.4 (37 Ratings)

Sillage

6.5 (33 Ratings)

Bottle

8.4 (47 Ratings)
Submitted by Chanelle, last update on 10.12.2019.
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Various presentations - for every purse?
I'll start with the flacon design. On the photos you can see versions in an unbelievably noble-looking design, presumably made of crystal glass, surrounded by an outer structure that obviously resembles a Faberge egg. Chanelle has described them in detail in her commentary. Yes, these versions are certainly worthy of the timelessly elegant and beautiful Grace! And then there's the green bottle with the gold cap. I have the latter in my collection. Unfortunately, the upper part of the bottle is made of plastic, so it looks a bit cheap in real life. Is this the version for buyers with an average purse? However, the prices for vintage bottles are not that cheap here either...
But then I also have a little extra, as you can see on the last picture, in a circular crystal flacon. Unfortunately, the content here is probably no longer 100% intact, think that some of the top notes have already evaporated. Therefore, my text on the fragrance largely refers to the EDT or EDP.

"Princess Grace" seems to me to be flowery with a very moderate sweetness and a very slight tendency in the soapy direction. The powdery note is more pronounced in the extract, at least in what remains of this perfume. Princess Grace" isn't chypre-like to me, and I can't detect any fruity notes either. In spite of the actually quite intense notes of white blossom, it's not a perfume that quickly overdoses. In fact, neither jasmine, orange blossom nor tuberose are pushing themselves into the foreground, they harmonize quite well with each other.

I think "Princess Grace" is therefore well suited for evening occasions where the perfume should be noble and not at all obtrusive.
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