- Eau de parfum spray
- New and sealed
- Contains natural flavors
This is still my husbands favorite scent, and I hadn’t worn it in years when my husband suggested I buy it again. Surprisingly, I discovered that I, too, still find it to be a favorite. It is relatively inexpensive, which is a plus, and it isn’t overpowering. Has a nice exotic aroma…………
Strong and doesn’t smell expensive
I thought it would smell way better. Smells like a cheaper perfume for an older lady. I was disappointed. To be fair, I will say I didn’t buy it from Amazon.
It’s my favorite and always will be. It arrived on time and it was sealed properly, which is something you need to watch for in buying any product you wear of consume.
I was afraid this was not going to be real. I am a huge fan of Shalimar and I was so excited that this smells exactly like mine purchased in a department store. I will purchase again.
Classic, Elegant, Timeless Shalimar
Shalimar has been my signature fragrance for decades. For a while in my 30’s I used a less expensive similar alternative, but it was eventually discontinued and I came back to my beloved Shalimar. I never tire of the soft, subtle, powdery vanilla scent and have received many compliments on my scent over the years. I used it sparingly and a bottle can last up to a year. It makes an easy gift giving opportunity for my husband or daughters. I asked my husband for a new bottle for Christmas; though I usually get the eau de toilette, he got me the Eau de Parfum instead, and I’m not complaining! The gift box is so elegant that I hate to throw it away….The official Product Description (below) is quite a work of art. I always feel "calmly intrepid" when wearing Shalimar !"Soft oriental voluptuous, sensual, spellbinding Tonic top notes of fresh flowers and bergamot are calmly intrepid. Like the savvy disorder of rumpled silk sheets, powdery notes of iris, jasmine and rose suggest or promise sensual embraces. The creamy softness of addictive vanilla, the penetrating charm of iris, the balmy roundness of opoponax and the gourmand warmth of Tonka bean orchestrate an intimate symphony of scent for languorous interludes."