Downtown by Calvin Klein…Why Do People Buy and Wear Those Things?

My immediate sense was one of pleasure. This is a scent that hugs you and just makes you feel comfortable. Unfortunately, it’s similar to many others on the market today. Is it the pear or the plum again that makes it another common scent that’s flooding today’s market? Come the dry down, the pepper mixes in delicately to make this a soft fragrance perfect for any age, wearable to the office and perfect for day wear. It’s a good relaxing perfume, one to go to sleep with, to spritz your pillows and dream. There’s a fruity composition to Downtown and it makes the name a misnomer for some who might have been expecting something else to live up to this name. But, people should learn the name and the face that pushes the fragrance shouldn’t matter about what’s truly in the bottle. What is important is how a perfume reacts with your chemistry. If it makes you feel good, then it works. Downtown works as another fruity blend of 2013, adding the pepper with a dose of musk. If you don’t already own this type of fragrance, certainly give it a trial run. If you do, sample it and see if it’s one you’d like to add to your stock. Nothing special, nothing to write home about, nothing to remembered by. Just something comfortable, like an old favorite sweatshirt. Regardless, another one chalked up to the perfume annals of Calvin Klein.
Top Notes: Italian Lemon, Bergamot, Tunisian Neroli, Pear, Plum.
Middle Notes: Pink Pepper, Gardenia, Violet Leaf.
Base Notes: Texas Cedar, Incense, Vetiver, Musk.



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