Ineke Field Notes From Paris

* Field Notes starts with a juicy orange blossom and sweet patchouli.

* Although this is listed as a feminine, I definitely can see guys wearing it.  It reminds me of the better Chanel masculine fragrances – like a sweet cologne.

* The orange blossom stays present throughout the fragrance.  It starts to get a little soapy when the sweet patchouli is joined by tobacco and leather.

* Once it gets past this phase, Field Notes is different every time I wear it.  Sometimes I get wood and amber with orange blossom in the base.  Other times I get more tobacco with a touch of tonka.

Summary: Field Notes From Paris is an orange blossom fragrance that is full-bodied but not overpowering.  This would be a great office scent as it feels like a classic masculine with a modern twist.  It lasts through the work day and the base notes will go on into the evening.  This would make a great gift for college graduation (or even father’s day). It’s very wearable and a bit unique – just like the person you would probably be buying it for.

Ineke Field Notes From Paris is available from www.Ineke.com and from select boutiques.

Disclaimer:  Sample provided by Ineke.  My opinions are my own and I am not financially compensated for this review or any others. Image from www.Fragrantica.com

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5 Responses to Ineke Field Notes From Paris Fragrance Review

  1. Undina says:

    Field Notes From Paris is my favorite perfume from the line. I agree with your description of it but wanted to add that those base notes will not only gowell into the evening but might also survive a cold water wash in your washing machine (haven’t tested with a dry cleaning though).

    • admin says:

      Wow.. I didn’t realize the longevity was so strong. Ineke was such a sweet person when I met her at Elements. Which of her fragrances from the sample pack do you recommend that I test next?

      • Undina says:

        Sorry it took me so long to come back and reply: usually I do it within a week.
        My second favorite in the original line is E. But all other letters are not bad, in my opinion, for that price range. I can’t do G though – it doesn’t play nice on my skin.

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