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Ombré Leather - An entry fragrance into the leather theme
In the opening of the fragrance you smell right away the leather, which is a very natural leather.
By this I mean, for example, the typical smell of a leather jacket, a high-quality leather belt or but also the leather upholstery of a brand new car.
Sometimes the fragrance goes for me clearly in the masculine direction, the other day again in the feminine direction.
The reason for this is probably the jasmine note, which adds something floral to the fragrance and thus makes the fragrance very wearable for women.
That the fragrance is classified as unisex, is therefore logical.
Later, the jasmine note gets for my sensation more and more in the background, as the patchouli / patchouli and the amber prevail against this with a "we-are-now on the row mentality".
On my skin, the longevity is about 10-12 hours, which is really quite satisfying.
The sillage I feel as "good" to "very good", as especially in the first 2-3 hours the fragrance projects between one and three meters.
I would use a maximum of 4-5 sprays, so that the fragrance does not disturb your fellow men and also yourself too much.
Even with a usual workday it is well portable, however, I would use even less sprays there.
As a season, the autumn and winter is perfect, because the fragrance comes through the leather, the amber and the patchouli / patchouli dark and mysterious over.
In the spring, I would only wear it on the cooler spring days.
In summer, I would avoid Ombré Leather altogether because the scent can come across as too heavy, too offensive, and too overbearing for that.
For me, Ombré Leather is above all a very good entry fragrance for people who want to dive into the leather theme and have leather as a main note in a perfume, because it is not too expensive, but still smells very high quality and is very well received even by people who are not too concerned with fragrances.
You get namely every now and then from strangers a compliment for this fragrance and often the tenor is that you smell "unique" and "different" than the majority of perfume wearers.