Arrived on the market in February 2009, Dreaming Pearl is a flanker to 2007’s Dreaming and was reportedly inspired by pearls, which in Hilfiger’s vision represent “an iconic symbol of timeless elegance and grace”. Given that I’m in general a fan of Hilfiger’s feminine fragrances (I already bought 2 for my wife, one of these being, of course, Dreaming!) I figured it out that Dreaming Pearl could not be far from the original creation. And I’m glad I was not wrong.
Dreaming Pearl is described in the press release as “a limited edition fragrance collection inspired by the traditional and modern elements of the most classic of jewels”, and with this image in mind I attempted to detect the ingredients employed for shaping the olfactory structure of this fragrance.
Dreaming Pearl starts off with a blend that contains pink pepper and black currant, meant to awake your senses and prepare the terrain for the next phases. Sensual notes of freesia, white peach and tuberose are found in the mid development and for the final part, the dry down, the composition encompassed warm and more personal accords of musk, amber and sandalwood.
The bottle that contains Dreaming Pearls preserves the perfectly cut shape that replicated a cube from its predecessor, minus the red band used for decorating the bottle’s neck, replaced for this occasion by a delicate string consisting of two pearls. Overall, Dreaming Pearl is an ideal perfume for the spring time period of the year, which once applied over your skin is able to embark your olfactory senses into a pleasant voyage.
Tommy Hilfiger Dreaming Pearl Perfume Details
- Dreaming Pearl by Tommy Hilfiger is available in 50 and 100 ml Eau de Toilette Spray and complementary products in the range, such as: 200 ml Body Lotion; the lasting power is below average (1 to 6 hours) and the sillage is good.
- Olfactory Group: Floral
- For: Women
- Year Introduced: 2009
- Recommended Wear: Day
- Dress Code: Casual