Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Today's Special: Tom Foolerey


Today is the day that I give you my absolute lock on the gift to give Her that she will be sure to love. The gift that will have her girlfriends all-a-flutter, over how romantic and sexy the gift is, and the gift that every woman wants, because it's how every man wants his woman to smell. The scent of a woman is a powerful thing, indeed.




The signature scent in designer extraordinaire Tom Ford's Fine Fragrance collection, Black Orchid. The mix of fine top notes of Black Truffle, Ylang, Black Currant and Fresh Bergamont, balanced with a delicate combination of Patchouli, Vertiver, Vanilla and Sandalwood at the base give this sensuous fragrance a lasting impression to everyone who wears it.

The alluring power of Black Orchid left My Guy, who hardly ever comments on a fragrance I am wearing, to actually stop me on our way out one evening and inquire what fragrance I was wearing. "Woah, I really like that," he said. Which left me feeling sexy and fabulous all evening long. Mission accomplished.

The perfume retails for $138.00 for the larger 3.4 oz spray and $92.00 for the 1.7 oz spray and can be found at most fine department stores like Nieman Marcus, Bergdorf's and Saks Fifth Avenue or on line. If Black Orchid is not for you, Tom Ford has created over 16 sensuous and tempting fragraces to please every nasal pallette. Look to his Private Blend Collection for the perfect scent for you.

This is no Tom Foolery. Black Orchid or any of Tom Ford's luxurious, unique scents are the perfect gift for that special woman. You can thank me later.

9 comments:

the walking man said...

Not to be a smart ass but I honestly have had so many broken noses over the years that my smell is impaired and I am not giving that kind of a present so some other guy get's to enjoy the my wife scent.

I am too old to keep breaking noses, his not mine.

Cheryl said...

That's a really interest ad..

The Peach Tart said...

I am so lusting after this fragrance.

SkylersDad said...

I like my wife to smell like bacon!!

madtexter (corey james) said...

Not to be curt, but is that ad any indication about how...

Oh, never mind. I don't want to get myself in trouble here.

Reminds me of my day at the mall yesterday, trying to swerve to avoid the perfume nazis at Needless Markup.

Joker_SATX said...

I had half a million responses and they all left me just like that......


Happy Holidays to you!

Elenka said...

I don't know about you, but the ad could be, well, different. That might be appealing to some, but not to me. And I'm certainly not a prude, but somethings....well....shouldn't be in our faces, doncha think? I am anxious to smell it (the product) tho. We don't have those stores in Maine, so I'll have to wait til I visit Boston or New Jersey.

Cora said...

Okidoki. I just stopped by the read while the kids are eating snack and my nephew totally saw that top pic and said, "what's THAT?"

Eeep.

I'm playing dumb now. "I dunno. Whatchoo talkin' 'bout, Willis?"

*snicker*

Jim said...

[sigh] . . . as Harrison Ford so accurately put it to Anne Heche, in "Six Days, Seven Nights," women don't need to worry about all of that stuff --- scent, clothing, technique, breast size, butt size, hair, make-up, etc., etc., etc. All they really need to do is show up, and by that he meant show up interested.

I'm sorry, but the rest is all window dressing.

XO
[I'm not saying I won't buy some, but ;-) . . .]