I admit that I’m not much of a Lacoste fanatic, mainly due to the fact that, most likely their fragrance style doesn’t suit me. However, Style in Play is the first fragrance from Lacoste in which I perceived something different. Introduced in 2004 as a masculine fragrance belonging to the woody floral musk olfactory group, Style in Play was developed by perfumer Annick Menardo.
Back in 2004, when I tested the perfume I discovered an ideal fragrance for the active man, represented by a person who is leading a lifestyle infused with adrenaline. To match the description, a couple of energetic ingredients were employed with the result being a pleasant fragrance for the athletic activities.
Style in Play opens on a green facet, brought by the combination of green apple with thuja. Then, as the perfume passes into the mid development phase, the green accords are vanished and the replacement comes as a woody floral accord. The ingredients present in here are: pine tree, cedar and jasmine. After a couple of hours, the base begins to diffuse a personal facet, in which a blend of white musk, vetiver and patchouli is present.
The bottle that holds Style in Play evokes dynamism and serenity. The transparent glass has groves on the sides and is topped by a silver stopper, while the packaging box preserves the color scheme that includes red and grey hues, offering a sensation of movement and energy.
Lacoste Style in Play Perfume Details
- Style in Play by Lacoste is available in 75 and 125 ml Eau de Toilette Spray and complementary products in the range, such as: 50 and 100 ml After-Shave Lotion, 75 ml After-Shave Balm, 150 ml Shower Gel, 150 ml Deodorant Spray and 75 ml Deodorant Stick; the lasting power is average (6 to 10 hours) and the sillage is good.
- Olfactory Group: Woody Floral Musk
- For: Men
- Year Introduced: 2004
- Recommended Wear: Day
- Dress Code: Casual
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