Red Jeans by Versace
Have you ever robo-tripped? This kind of smells like that. A sticky, saccharine kind of cough syrup that comes in a chic tin can and takes you on a powerful journey. Red Jeans is a classic 90s fruity floral with peach, apricot, fressia, and some other sweet shit. It was marketed as your casual go-to fragrance just like a pair of... JEANS! Like many other perfumes at the time it was supposed to be care-free—just like the girl power shelled out by Spice Girls, etc. What I’m really getting here is the plastic fruit realtors put in homes to stage them for buyers to bite. This scent is top heavy on synthetic fruit to entice you at the beauty counter but when you get home none of the basenotes described exist.
A historical throwback with notes including peach, apricot, fressia, black currant, violet, water lily, and rose. Basenotes are musk and vanilla but I’ve never sniffed em’ here. In real life you will smell like Baby Spice’s lipgloss.