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Tommy Hilfiger Women's Perfume 1-1.9 oz (28-56ml) price

  • Tommy Hilfiger Tommy Girl 50ml EDT Women's Perfume

    The Tommy Girl Eau De Toilette is an iconic, fresh fragrance inspired by wildflowers found across the American landscape. Uplifting and effervescent, the scent opens to top notes of Apple Blossom, Mandarin and Blackcurrant for a distinctive fruity twist, flowing into a glowing cipher heart of…

    $33.31 - $60.43
  • Tommy Hilfiger Tommy Girl Brights 50ml EDT Women's Perfume

    The house of Tommy Hilfiger prepared two new versions of its classics Tommy from 1995 and Tommy Girl from 1996 named Tommy Brights and Tommy Girl Brights. These new flankers are characterized by energy, vivaciousness, freedom and youthful spirit which implies openness, confidence and friendship.…

  • Tommy Hilfiger Freedom 30ml EDT Women's Perfume

    Freedom for Her by Tommy Hilfiger is a floral green fragrance for women. Freedom for Her was launched in 1999. The noses behind this fragrance are Annie Buzantian and James Krivda. The fragrance features ginger, melon, jasmine, lily-of-the-valley.

    $54.95 - $58
  • Tommy Hilfiger True Star Gold 30ml EDT Women's Perfume

    True Star Gold by Tommy Hilfiger is a floral fruity fragrance for women. True Star Gold was launched in 2005. The nose behind this fragrance is Christophe Laudamiel. Top notes are kiwi and red currant; middle notes are lily and melon flower; base notes are honey, juniper and agava.

  • Tommy Hilfiger Tommy Girl Jeans 50ml EDC Women's Perfume

    Girl Jeans by Tommy Hilfiger is a floral aldehyde fragrance for women. Tommy Girl Jeans was launched in 2003. The nose behind this fragrance is Steve Demercado. The fragrance features orange, honeysuckle, peach, grapefruit and lily-of-the-valley.


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Whether you're classy or edgy, prefer the subtle notes of flowers in bloom or the high-spirited fruity scents, there's a fragrance for you. Perfumes even make an excellent gift. The ancient Egyptians began using perfumes and we have continued that to this day. Fragrances can be inspired from anything — from Burberry's trench coat to the scents that capture seasons or a garden. When selecting a perfume, look for the 'notes' — top notes are smells perceived immediately, middle or heart notes mask the initial impression of the base note (which can be unpleasant at first, then become more pleasant) and the base notes, which appear after the top and middle notes have dissipated. Perfumes even come in various dilutions — parfum or extrait, esprit de parfum, eau de parfum, eau de toilette and eau de cologne, in decreasing dilution.