Perfume can be quite expensive, so we hunted down a Tiffany & love perfume dupe! This is a fragrance that embodies the spirit of freshness and love. It has a citrusy character, with tart grapefruit and fresh basil as its main notes. The scent also contains notes of mandarin orange, rosemary, cedarwood, and musk.
Tiffany & Love is a very nice, fresh, and aromatic fragrance. It's not overly masculine, but it does have a masculine edge to it. The scent is soft and sensual without being overpowering or too strong for the wearer or others around them.
The top notes include bergamot, lavender, and violet leaves, which give off an aromatic feel without being too heavy on the nose; they are followed by middle notes of rosemary leaf and geranium.
Also, which add more depth to this aromatic blend, before finishing with base notes of patchouli leaf (a type of plant), cedar wood oil (another type of plant), musk, and vetiver root extract, which gives off its earthy aroma throughout each stage until fading away completely after about two hours' wear time.
Citrusy, grapefruit, basil, neroli—it can be unisex since it also has a underlying woodsy scent. It's a very clean, fresh scent with a slight musk.
After a few minutes of smelling Tiffany & Love, I noticed that the citrus smell became stronger and mixed with the cedar base. It reminded me of another perfume…
Dolce & Gabbana Light Blue! They don't smell exactly the same, but they are somewhat similar.
Light Blue has a lemon-apple smell with watery flowers and a cedar base. Tiffany & Love smells crisper with leafy tones of vetiver and basil, but it still has a lot in common with Light Blue.
Even though I like Tiffany & Love's soft smell, I prefer Light Blue because it's smoother and has more undertone smells. It's also more feminine. Sorry grapefruit, but I like the sweet smell of lemons better. (I've never been a fan of grapefruit).
I noticed, Light Blue also lasts longer than Tiffany & Love. Tiffany & Love becomes soft after only an hour and disappears completely after four hours. I don't think that's worth the price, so DB Light is worth the cost.
The Tiffany line does have a fresh and transparent approach to perfumery, and Tiffany & Love fits right in, representing the brand's DNA while still standing out with its unique character.
I really like that it has an aromatic scent profile, which isn't often found in women's fragrances, and it doesn't become too masculine or sweet. However, there are some downsides to consider, such as how it doesn't last long for a scent at this price point and its close similarity to Dolce&Gabbana Light Blue.
As Tiffany & Love dries down, it feels like an unsuccessful version of DB's Light Blue (maybe similar to a Light Blue Basil Splash?), and it makes me want to wear the Blue instead.
The fragrance has a mix of scents that include top notes of basil, grapefruit, neroli, cedar, vetiver, and sequoia.
It has a transparent aqua color impression and smells like springtime to me—as if I were sipping wine at an Italian villa in sunlight.
Described as “A tribute to modern love, Tiffany & Love fragrances share a common hero, blue sequoia. This vibrant woody note unifies the two scents, honoring the many ways love brings two people together. Created by renowned perfumers Honorine Blanc and Marie Salamagne,
Tiffany & Love Eau de Parfum for Her is a floral, woody scent. The fragrance opens with a burst of bright and sparkling top notes, beginning with blue basil–a botanical ingredient developed exclusively for Tiffany–paired with grapefruit for an aromatic crispness.
The sweet floral bouquet of neroli is at the heart of the fragrance, with a woody blend of blue sequoia. Vetiver and cedar-wood are at the base, creating a faceted and feminine scent. Personalize this bottle with custom engraving to make it the perfect gift.”
It reminds me of not only Dolce & Gabbana Light Blue as well as Chanel Chance Eau Fraîche. This fragrance is a spring-to-summer scent and can be worn casually during the day, making it perfect for weddings. Many women love this perfume for their special day. Whereas; Tiffany on average is $123 for 1.6 fluid ounces
Neroli is more floral than either of those other two fragrances, though, which makes it perfect for days when you want something lighter than most other perfumes on the market today.
So, budget-savvy scent-sational besties! Who says you need to shell out big bucks for that luxurious Tiffany Love Perfume experience? We've discovered three fabulous dupes that give you that high-end feel without the eye-watering price tag.
Feeling dreamy? Coach Dreams (around $72) awaits you at Ulta and Macy's. Go on, treat your senses to affordable elegance – because sometimes you can have your Tiffany and wear it too! 💋🌸🛍️