Eau de Toilette

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This one starts out sort of zippy light and fun, but on me it dried down to smell synthetic pretty fast.
By   - Business from Boston on 11/9/2020
Another example where I'm not sure I tried the same fragrance as the other reviewers. On me this started out with whiffs of swimming pools (not yucky though?) and clean laundry, but faded to smell too synthetic after too short. Honestly kind of LIKE a weekend, in a way, but not buying myself a bottle.
By   - Business from Boston on 10/28/2020
I am absolutely in love with this perfume. It simply makes me happy. It is fresh, but not dull. It is aromatic, but not noisy. Definitely, I am adding Week-end to my collection. I use this perfume every day to all occasions. My verdict is casual chic.
By   - E-store owner from Toronto on 9/5/2019
Fulfill your lifelong dream of becoming a sexy English professor, and wear this thing now. Or, you know. Get your Ph.D and wear a lot of tweed. The choice is yours, but this option is faster. Weekend is comforting and pleasantly melancholy, like gray skies on a warm day in late summer. Don't be afraid of reviews that mention that this is heavy on the muguet, the herbs keep it fresh enough to work as a masculine. The perfumers over at PdN have my eternal respect, not just for this gem but for their many works of art.
By   - teacher from SOUTH BEND on 12/4/2017
I believe I may be the first male to write a review for this fragrance. With that being said, as other reviewers have mentioned it does have a masculine feel to it. This fragrance is extremely well blended, which makes it hard to pinpoint a particular note. I personally love a well blended fragrance because instead of having a note overpower the others; it really evokes a memory or a setting. When you close your eyes and take a whiff of Week-End it takes you to the coast of Normandy. As if you are on a cliff overlooking the beach, the green grass and golden wheat growing along the hillsides. It is definitely a fragrance worth looking at and picking up a sample.
By   - Writer/Humanitarian  from Boston on 12/12/2016
Summer in a bottle, perfect for men or women or others. The petitgrain may make it skew masculine for some, but I love wearing it, although I have to say that I don't pick up the individual flower notes.
By   - Writer and teacher from Cambridge on 5/24/2016
I'm surprised to see others calling this a masculine fragrance. Not that men couldn't wear it, but to my nose it is distinctly unisex. This does smell like a windswept stand of greenery on a coastline, but along with the salt and sea, there are definitely spicy floral notes. I'd suggest giving this a go if you are at all a fan of green scents.
By   - human resources from denver on 2/22/2016
Like the other two reviewers, I found this fragrance to be fairly masculine--the salty leather notes are what really stood out to me--so I was surprised to see that it was labeled as a feminine fragrance. Not sure if it's just my imagination, but I also perceive a very subtle touch of green apple.
By   - Student from South Bend on 1/13/2015
This is lovely. I find it a sophisticated and yet very wearable feminine summer scent. Just purchased the large bottle after using up my sample.
By  on 6/16/2011
Though not bad, it's decidedly a masculine scent.
By   - from central NY on 5/3/2011
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