By Crystal Schwanke
The sexiest Givenchy perfumes for women and colognes for men are sultry and unforgettable. They're the scents that linger on the night air, with hints of spices and wood, sometimes florals, even fruits. They wrap you in warmth when you're in their presence, and envelop the wearer in an aura of mystery. You just want to know more about them.
Givenchy Hot Couture: Obviously something with "Hot" in the name has to make the list. This one is sexy in a girlish way, thanks to the huge burst of raspberries. How it goes from giggly and school-girlish to sexy, though, is all in the pepper and musk, with some sandalwood thrown in.
Givenchy Amarige: This is a love it or hate it fragrance, but if you love it, you're aware of the shocking sex appeal a huge floral bouquet of ylang-ylang, tuberose, mimosa, and gardenia, surrounded by rich fruity scents like plum and mandarin and warm woods can have. A little dab'll do ya-this one has incredible sillage and lasts all day.
Givenchy Organza: This is one of the classic Givenchy perfumes, a spiced vanilla masterpiece that doesn't veer too far off the "sexy" course into gourmand territory. There's honeysuckle, gardenia, tuberose, spices (including a somewhat prominent nutmeg), cedar, vanilla, sandalwood enterwined with green notes and a hint of intriguing nuttiness. It's a warm, cozy, inviting concoction.
Givenchy Pi Cologne: Pi is one of the sexiest of the Givenchy colognes, and it's almost a unisex scent, so your girlfriend won't mind if she picks the scent up on her clothes, hair, or skin. It's a mix of herbs (rosemary, basil, and tarragon) and citrus, freshness rooted in almond and vanilla warmth. This romantic scent lingers in the air and on your skin, clothes, and sheets.
Givenchy Pour Homme: Givenchy colognes aren't all unisex. By contrast to Pi, Pour Homme combines notes of cedar, citrus fruits, vetiver, coriander, and lavender. This is a clean and fresh "man's scent," so to speak, and it lasts for hours. If you prefer your scents to be on the fresher side, but still appealing to women (or ladies, if you love nothing more than cozying up to a man who smells fresh, clean, and outdoorsy), this is the one to consider from Givenchy.
Givenchy perfumes and colognes have been around since the first one, L'Interdit, entered the scene in 1957 (the first cologne, Monsieur de Givenchy, came two years later, in 1959). They're not shy, they know what they want, and they're often incredibly sexy and irresistible. What is your favorite Givenchy fragrance?
All of these Givenchy perfumes and colognes are available at discount retailers like 99Perfume, and eBay (though results will vary from day to day there).
You will find some, like Amarige, Pi, and Organza, in department stores like Macy's (online and brick-and-mortar locations).
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