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  • n. Plural form of vetiver.


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  • I tried it at Montreal once and was immediately smitten… I also smelled a few other perfumes there: Vetiver pour Elle, which I had hard time not buying on the spot as well and my boyfriend loved too – he seems to be really into the vetivers I like – i.e.

    My First Day in Paris

  • It's certainly one of the more interesting vetivers out there; the dance between heat and chill is especially delightful. $125 for 50ML

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • In the same way I am happy to have multiple incarnations of my beloved iris, I am pleased to have both of these vetivers on hand.


  • Ooooh- there are such great vetivers out there for you!


  • I do like the note, but...there is no need for that many vetivers on the market, as far as I am concerned :

    In Which I Infiltrate Chanel

  • I can think of a few other vetivers Route du Vetiver, Guerlain Vetiver, Etro Vetiver that are 'pure vetiver' smelling, but only VE takes this smell and adds something akin to the smell of sunbaked diving goggles.

    You Gotta Have Friends...

  • Their descriptions, in which vetivers sleepwalk through bright and textured corridors of lemon verbena, do overstep the mark of ridiculous, but I digress.

    Dark Tuberoses: Heroine, Narcotic and Trapeze by Strange Invisible Perfumes

  • It's not as smooth and woody as the Sri Lankan vetiver, but it has the typical underlining clean/earthy/sweet that makes vetivers so charming.

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • Up until than, I thought it was only chemicals that made commercial vetivers smell so fresh and lemony.

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • The following will give you some idea of how vastly different vetivers are from one another, and perhaps lure you into the world of soil, wood and greenery that vetiver evokes so whole heartedly.

    Archive 2007-02-01


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