New Scent on the Block: Just Cavalli for Her Perfume

Friday, April 05, 2013 • Permalink • 

Just Cavalli, the clothing and accessory line from renowned Italian fashion designer Roberto Cavalli, has just launched its newest fragrance – Just Cavalli for Her Perfume. Like its fashion label namesake, Just Cavalli for Her Perfume has a youthful, vibrant vibe that is perfect for a night out or any time you want to exude a playful charm.

According to descriptions of the scent, Just Cavalli for Her is a creamy floral with top notes of neroli, which comes from bitter orange blossoms. The middle note is Tahitian tiare flower, with a base of palissander wood accord.

I know, it's all very abstract when a scent is described with the written word. So, try checking out this video. It does a much better job of showing the overall feeling the Just Cavalli for Her fragrance is designed to evoke:


If, like me, you are just as attracted to the look of a scent on your dressing table as to the way it wears, you’ll be interested in the way the lighthearted Just Cavalli feel has translated into the perfume bottle. In case you missed its brief appearance in the video, the pink bottle is accented with gold metallic and a snappy pink python-print collar. It’s girly and sassy at the same time.

The new ads for Just Cavalli for Her, including the video above, are fronted by 20-year-old model Georgia May Jagger, the gorgeous daughter of Mick Jagger and Jerry Hall. I think she was a perfect choice for the job. Georgia has that youthful, playful, sexy look that typifies the Just Cavalli label as a whole.

Looking for a new scent that is playful and fun? Just Cavalli for Her is definitely worth checking out!

→ Buy Just Cavalli for Her, $60.00 - $75.00, at macys.com.

Just Cavalli for her is a sexy and provocative new fragrance by Cavalli. Just fun. Just more. Just free. Just now. Just Cavalli. Discover the Just Cavalli universe with this video.

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Disclosure: Compensation was provided by Just Cavalli via Glam Media. The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of Just Cavalli.