Ballade A Venise Perfume

Ballade A Venise Perfume by Capucci, A charming blend of dewy accords and subtle floral notes, ballade a venise has a feminine yet edgy appeal . Launched in 1996, this eclectic perfume opens to the top notes of mandarin, orange blossom and marigold to lend a fresh, misty start to your day. The floral core beats to the accords of delicate olive blossom, exotic ylang-ylang, jasmine and passion fruit, filling the heart with an intense, sweet bloom. The strong mesmerizing base notes of galbanum ... Read More

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Great Service! I placed an order and did not have to check up or anything. Came to my house in stated amount of days and received what I had ordered. Thanks!
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5.0

Great addition for perfume collection

By Lana

from Russia

About Me Classic Style

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Pros

  • Great Smell
  • Great Value
  • Long-Lasting

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Daily Use
    • Evening Use
    • Special Occasions
    • Work

    Comments about Capucci Ballade A Venise Perfume:

    Vintage сlassical flower powder. Long-lasting, not overpowering. Delightful aroma.

    • Gift:
    • No
    • Fragrance Type:
    • Floral, Powdery

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