Disclosure: Contains press sample
American fashion designer Vince Camuto recently (December 2014) released a new fragrance to usher us into Spring- Bella Vince Camuto. On the heels of the immensely successful Fiore and Amore fragrances, Bella captures the seduction of beauty complementing Vince Camuto’s celebrated floral fragrance collection. Keep reading for a full review!
Bella’s bottled is designed almost identical to Fiore and Amore. The only difference is the orange ribbon around the neck of the bottle.
With the very first spray of Bella, you are sure to catch the top notes of peach nectar, pear and Italian Bergamot. Pear was most prominent for me, and it was such a beautiful and refreshing surprise.
Middle notes are described as strawberry flower, nectarine blossoms and jasmine water. You definitely catch the sweet strawberry flower notes, and the nectarine. I had a hard time catching the jasmine, which is great because I am not a big fan of fragrances with heavy jasmine notes.
The bottom notes (I like to call it the dry down) is described as woody base palette of Solar Musk, White Amber, Sandalwood, Blonde Woods and Caramelized Woods. The dry down is so warm and sexy, not your usual drydown for a spring fragrance, but the mixture of the florals and the creamy woods is a dream come true.
Overall, I love this fragrance. From the bottle design, to the notes of the fragrance, I’m in love.
Bella Vince Camuto 3.4 oz / 100 ml Eau de Parfum retails for $78.00. Bella Vince Camuto is available at major retailers nationwide right now.