Hot Couture by Givenchy is given in a tall glass bottle with defined edges on both sides, carrying a simple yet elegant and transparent cap with tiny, red hearts detailing its thin neck. The liquid itself, is light pink which is clearly visible through the glass giving off a pretty and delicate essence. It's advertise that this fragrance is to be bursting bouquet of raspberry pearl, transparent jasmine and white musk. However, there's nothing hot about the scent Hot Couture. The remains of the spray is similar to an after taste of chewing gum left on your taste buds once you spat it out. The scent of roasted, rotten petals seems to cling to the outer part of your nose while an unidentified scent haunts you. Think bad body odour after you worked out, on a hot summer day.
If you're looking for hotness in a perfume, keep looking.
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