In no way a bad fragrance and infact a realistic everyday choice but it lakes anything really special (except in terms of price). Overally floral (top notes are Anise flower and Candy apple) at first it does settle to a softer vanilla and musk. For once I quite like the bottle design (but not the flowers!) and overll I think that this is a possibility.
On my skin this fragrance is somewhat sour and masculine
Beautiful bottle with purple orchid design and Beckham plaque. Longevity is good
Very generic and somewhat masculine finish
We all seem to be drawn to the ever present Beckham brand name and I am no different. I was attracted to try this perfume as it has a beautiful bottle with purple orchid design and the Beckham plaque. I was quite amazed that this scent is so generic. The top notes on application are fruity apple and Star Anise (for those of you who are unsure this is aniseed). Apples and Star Anise are a marriage made in heaven in cookery but in a scent it has a slightly bitter, almost masculine edge to it. On dry down you get some florals and vanilla, amber and musk which are always a nice combination in the right measures. On my skin this fragrance was quite sour and masculine and I was left disappointed on this occasion. The longevity is good but the scent overall is lacking. I guess even the Beckhams can't get it right every time...
I really had high expectations of this scent being from the Beckham range, but I was shocked when I had a smell of it and it was so cheap smelling.
It was like it was a copy of something and I did not like it.
The bottle looks fab and I must say, massive let down.