Just Right for a Tuesday Eau de Parfum
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"I find myself reaching into my shave den and reading the notes for, say, Hallows, Leviathan, or Night Music and going, ‘Well that’s lovely, but just a bit much for a Tuesday.’"
We gave this some thought. Okay, a LOT of thought. And then we had an idea.
"Perhaps we should make a scent called 'Just Right for a Tuesday.’"
Thus was born the concept for a light, crisp fragrance that’s at home anywhere. One perfect for the office, for a luxurious gala, or for anything in between. Partly inspired by the gloriously refined powerhouse violets of the Roaring 20s, Just Right for a Tuesday is plush but surprisingly light. A perfumed glove for the aristocrat in all of us.
Green Fig, Black Pepper, Lavender, Nutmeg
Violet, Iris, Rose, Allspice
Vetiver, Benzoin, Rose, Ambergris Tincture
Made in the USA. Expected wear time: 6-8 hours.
Packaged in a beautiful printed spray vial and elegant box.
Directions for Use
Truly wonderful scent!
I think the nail was hit square on the head with this scent. I received a sample about a week and a half ago with an order I placed and I’ve worn it every day since. It’s nicely balanced and smells great without punching you or anyone around in the face. In terms of wanting to make a ubiquitous scent, this is it. When it’s described as crisp I agree. The overall impression is that violet, but the green fig watts fairly present as well. There is a bit of smokiness, and I mean just a bit to wrap it all together. Wonderful!
Another solid keeper
Let me start by saying I’m an absolute sucker for anything Art Deco, so the concept and packaging appealed to me immediately. Also speaking of the packaging, I’m a big fan of these smaller boxes and vials. It’s a nice amount for someone who likes to have a lot of variety in the rotation so you don’t have to purchase a large bottle. Even still, the attention to detail in the artwork is clearly evident. On to the fragrance itself. The opening surprised me. The fig and pepper come together in this sparkling herbal note that reminded me of Villoresi Acqua di Colonia. The composition is different, but they are both bright and bracing (less so in Just Right for a Tuesday, but that fits the direction of the fragrance better) The lavender keeps it nice and balanced and prevents it from getting too green, which fig leaf can do sometimes even though I love it. Moving forward, the lavender for me is the last holdout from the bright opening, which is nice, because it works well with the violet that starts coming through. I don’t get too much rose in the middle, or spice. The violet takes center stage on my skin and I’m ok with that. A little later the rose shows up to the party, and the fragrance settles in here while mingling with the ambergris. Which, by the way, could really be missed if you aren’t paying attention. This isn’t to say that’s a bad thing, quite the opposite. It should really be complimenting and amplifying other facets of the composition, and it does so here. I though the patchouli was going to be undetectable on my skin, but after a while, I can pick it up towards the end of the life of the fragrance. If you are a fan of violet or florals in general, this is one you should seriously consider. That being said, if you are a fan of fragrances in general, you should seriously consider anything from the B&M house.
Great and unique scent.
Perfect for any day!
I absolutely love this fragrance. The violet is beautiful. It reminds me of Chowards violet gum and mints. My wife is enamored by it and can’t keep away from me when I wear it.
Just as it’s named, the scent is just right for a Tuesday. Not too heavy, not too light. It’s just right for a normal day’s wear.