Delicious Closet Queen

Eau de Parfum

by Etat Libre d'Orange

Delicious Closet Queen Sizes Available:
50ml $90
0.7ml sample $3
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Here's what other people are saying about Delicious Closet Queen...
Moviegoers of a certain age need only one sentence to understand this one: Ladies and gentlemen, Victor/Victoria in a bottle. Masculine, feminine, both, neither, with some genuinely arresting transitions between phases (leave it to this house to nod toward a note that durian?!) -- Etat Libre d'Orange is as usual having a grand time. Beautifully multidimensional throughout. You must try this.
By   - editor from Seattle on 1/4/2016
Something about this reminds me of being outside in the summertime just as the fireflies are starting up. Maybe it's the violet leaf accord. A soft leather. Very charming. I bought a bottle!
By   - Artist from Omaha on 2/13/2014
Well, Ive tried this twice and each time all I could smell was something like powdery old lady perfume. I wanted to like it, but it just didnt jive with me.
By   - from bellevue, ne on 8/20/2011
I'm surprised at the official description above and the comments below that mention the word "masculine": to me, this is not a masculine fragrance at all. Don't get me wrong --I love this scent--, but it might not be the right fragrance for men with a limited sense of what men should smell like. The rich, rich florals are "delicious" and beautiful, but the delightful name does tell you what you're getting. It's a little frilly, and very pretty.
By   - Professor from Indianapolis on 11/25/2009
Very nice: mildly sweet but woodsy going on. It becomes a little schizo, where sharpness and sweetness never quite meld, with consistently sharp, dry "male" notes playing against plum blossoms, much like Balenciaga's "Rumba," with a minty note. Lasts well.
By   - words, music & software from near SF on 11/18/2009
Ralph Lauren Polo Sport.
By  on 10/13/2009
This perfume succeeds like a temptation:perhaps one does not yield to it,but has already succumbed to the paradox. I mean, it opens, if not with a blast of masculinity, as the other reviwer said, in a certainly assertive manner - then buttery iris comes in and stays and the effect is like craving: it is feminine but, wait - there is leather, there is greeness and is, well, manly, but then again, there is geranium at heart and strawberries and...The perfume, at once jubilant and mannerly, works more than well. How can it be? I don't know if Nathalie Feisthauer is a genius, but she is surely generous!
By   - translator from Athens on 10/9/2009
This is a softer fragrance that one might expect. It is discreet, as one might expect, as well as somewhat mysterious in the basenotes. It is difficult to pin down the notes. It starts out with a blast of masculinity. That is just its cover. It then becomes a unisex, wonderful fragrance. I could easily wear this. It is feminine AND masculine enough that it does not turn me off, whereas extremes of either of these results in a massive blackout of power, interest and desire. A seducer. I only wish the persistence and sillage were greater.
By   - ret. from cols. on 5/15/2009
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