Fun, fabulous and fearless, Very Good Girl is a bold new interpretation of the iconic Good Girl scent. Evolving Carolina Herrera’s vision of the duality of the modern woman, this irresistible fragrance will walk straight into your heart with its seductive rose scent and red-hot design.
Very Good Girl takes you on a surprising olfactive journey, starting with top notes of playfully mischievous redcurrant and exotic lychee, leading to a seductive heart of rose. Vetiver and vanilla base notes provide a surprising and contemporary finish.
The iconic Good Girl Stiletto conquers new heights with a stunning red-lacquered interior a signature house shade and a symbol of passion, sophistication and beauty.
- Top Notes: Red Currant, Lychee
- Heart Notes: Rose, Lilly
- Base Notes: Vanilla Bourbon, Vetiver
- Gender: Feminine
- Concentration: Eau de Parfum
- Olfactory Family: Floral, Fruity-Floral
- Perfumer: Louise Turner
Very Good Girl changes quite a lot to the original fragrance, using a captivating fruity and acid sensation of the red currant. A sweet and juicy scent of Lychee which mixes with the iconic scent of rose, finally increasing the intensity with a raw woody vetiver and a delicious vanilla note. Far more floral than the original gourmand we first met, this perfume is a middle season option for autumn and spring mostly and then summer although it might not be as strong as the original Good Girl but is definitely not weak, it has a very good duration of 8 hours, decent projection of 2 meters and good sillage.
I absolutely love the original Good Girl and the two flankers that came after, this one even when it’s completely different I managed to loved it too and the art they managed to create with the glass and the red lac is gorgeous, I much prefer this to the old limited edition red velvet that was really hard to keep clean.
Very Good Girl is available in 30 ml, 50 ml and 80 ml at:
- The Perfume Shop
- Lookfantastic (20% Discount applying the code LFEVELIN)
- The Fragrance Shop
- John Lewis
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