Oscar de la Renta • rosamor • Fragrances
|Would buy this product again.||56%|
Age: 36-43 Skin: Very Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I think this may be discontinued? I have not seen it in ages. I really love it. It's probably a big snore to all the perfume snobs but hey, it smells good, what else can you ask for from a fragrance? It's very subtle, unoffensive - just a light floral with a slight peppery or musky edge. The kind of fragrance you'd wear to work or on a date when you want to make sure you aren't suffocating those around you (hello, attn all Angel wearers! I am talking to you - you are killing the rest of us!)
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Black
I LOVE this product. Perfume in my opinion is a personified scent of who you are as a person. I am the most comfortable wearing this a as perfume. It's not too aggressive in scent, yet not too mild and meek either. I would have to say my boyfriend loves this feminine and alluring scent, and its definitely a KEEPER! ;)
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
My take: it's a light, sorta smells vaguely like roses but a cleaner/muskier/slightly soapier version (not too soapy). Does not smell "old lady" or "classic" or even "modern rose," categories into which I typically divide rose scents. It's a "nice" fragrance, a day fragrance that you could wear to the office or a crowded place and not be offensive. Definitely not a sexual, sexy, come hither scent, but more of a shopping with an old friend at the mall kind of scent. The bottle looks like Avon, circa 1972. Cheesy, IMO.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Normal, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Other
Wasn't fussy on the perfume but for some reason the body lotion smelled good on me and this was the only way I could incorporate this fragrance into my life. However, after the bottle was used up, I never did buy this again. The scent really isn't that original.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
This is my wear everyday favourite perfume; I first smelt it when they were promoting it in Myer over here. It was the first perfume I ever contemplated buying full price! (wasn't on SNet at the time)
In the end I managed to pick up a bath gel, moisturiser and 50ml EDT for AUD$80 odd.
I have to say that it is one of my favourite perfumes, if not my favourite. Others have described it below better I can, so I'll just say that it is a light slightly florally gorgeous scent which doesn't fade (a la EA green tea!).
Its a smell I love catching a whiff of throughout the day, and always makes me happy when I smell it! Definitely worth a try.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Hazel
2 1/2 lippies. On me Rosamor is a VERY VERY light woody floral with what smells like a bit of orange blossom and musk. If Rosamor was a little stronger I would've gave it 3 lippies. Actually Rosamor would be good for layering over a bit more heady scent. Not bad, but not bottleworthy for me.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
When I first smelled Rosamor, it was at special Saks event in the early summer and the scent was sprayed on a strip. I thought it smelled heavenly, and almost reminded me of the Lacoste pour Femme I had recently re-discovered. I thought it would be something I could wear any time of year, any time of day. So I snatched up a small bottle of it and finally tested it on my skin, where, in absolute disbelief, I became nauseated, sickened. Despite being very light and soft, it is very dense... It's really ON your skin. You can almost feel it... it's weird. It does smell good, and I'd bet I might like it on someone else if sprayed LIGHTLY (I'm thinking this is one of those perfumes you spray in the air and then walk through... it is just too "dense" when directly on my skin). What's interesting about it is that it smells light, warm, floral, and kind of clean, all at once. That's how it reminds me of the Lacoste. But the lacoste is more wearable, for me..
Age: 30-35 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
Rosamor is a pale pink fragrance in a classic glass bottle. I purchased the 1.0oz EDT for 30.00. Top notes are Italian mandarin, pink berries and rosea lily of the valley. Middle notes are tuberose, ylang ylang, gardenia, rose and heliotrope. Base notes are sandalwood, vanilla, tonka bean and musks. For me, the first application is too busy-a uneven blend of citrus, wood, fruit and sweet floral with a hint of powder. The drydown is a much softer, light rose floral powder that I really like. Unfortunately, I can't stand the first hour of wearing this and by the time it settles down into something I do like, the scent has almost dissipated from my skin.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
I like this; it reminds me of a toned-down version of Miracle So Magic. It's floral, a little citrusy, and powdery to my nose. I think it's a great summer scent. Very feminine and pretty. The only thing is it seems to go away fairly quickly.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Red, Wavy, Coarse Eyes: Blue
This is gorgeous on my Mom. She sprayed some on her wrist at my behest, it was lovely on her. Soft floral but warm too....very nice.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Acne-prone Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
Rosamor is exactly the type of fragrance I love: a feminine, ultra romantic scent with the right amount of florals in it. The scent is the BEST!!! I love it but unfortunately I wouldn't repurchase because it barely lasts for a couple of hours and I have to spray on a lot to be able to smell something. If anyone has any suggestions for something similiar that lasts, please tell me :)
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
Oh my gosh, I can't believe so many people feel this is just ho hum. I love it. I wanted it for a long time and then finally bought myself a "Mother's Day" gift set at Sears. It came in a beautiful box. This is a beautiful fragrance. Unfortunately, it isn't strong and it doesn't last long but I really, really love it. I just reapply at lunch time. Beautiful bottle too.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
Recently launched in Australia, I tested Rosamor at a department store last month. It reminds me very much of Davidoff Echo Woman but with an added rose note. Pretty but a bit too girlie for me... I generally prefer my perfumes to be warmer with an oriental base note.
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Combination Hair: Silver Eyes: Hazel
I really wanted to like this because I like most rose scents and I love the bottle. But, I seem to have had the same experience as most of the reviewers in that I found this to be just a ho-hum fragrance. The smell is okay but it's so faint and it sure didn't last long on me. I would love for someone to give me the pretty bottle but I won't buy it for myself unless I can get it for next to nothing.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Dry, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Blue
pretty floral pink delicate perfume...roses powdery and pretty to me...comes in a pretty bottle...
Age: 30-35 Skin: Oily, Olive, Warm Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Hazel
Wow, I guess I'm a minority in liking this, oh correction, LOVING this, and that's after I initally thought "hmmph" and "meh" when smelling it first at a dept store. On first sniff it seems like a soft floral (in the bottle) and nothing special. But, smell it ON someone, some sillage. WOW. It smelled fantastic and I had to ask, "What is that!?!" and to my shock, it was Rosamor. A beautiful, powdery rosy floral with a soft woody, musky base. Nothing old smelling, not a weird or cloying tea rose, just fresh, lovely, and I had to get some. I wanted it for a while now, and I finally got it! So happy.
The bottle is very cute and retro. I like it. This fragrance isn't cheap but I think it's well worth it- $68 for the large 3.4 oz size- that's about standard.
Fragrance notes are: Freesia, Lily of the valley, Italian Mandarin;
Gardenia, Indian Tuberose, Heliotrope, Ylang-Ylang, Rose
Sandalwood, Tonka Bean, Musk, Tobacco Flower
Age: 44-55 Skin: Dry, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Hazel
An unoriginal, generic scent, ugly and banal bottle. Very cloying and sharp, sweet rosey/fruity top notes (I have seen hundreds of alike scents in the last year or so), that settle to a slightly powdery, clean/soapy moddle notes and to relatively soft, non-offensive drydown. But the drydown is comfortable (powdery-rosey-soft) only for 2-3 hours. There's another unpleasant surprise after 5-6 (and more) hours of wearing this fragrance: a nauseating, very persistent, headache-inducing musty note in the drydown. Gross! Never again!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Brown, Curly, Medium Eyes: Hazel
*wakes up long enough to write brief review* Yet another mundane, generic, and utterly uninteresting light fruity floral. You probably won't offend anyone with this scent, or provoke any comments (good or bad).
Edit: Just thought I'd add that the bottle makes me think of those old turquoise jars of Avon skin cream my grandmother used to use. They're probably aiming for a 50's retro look. No matter...the bottle is hardly a selling point.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Dry Hair: Brown Eyes: Green
I was hesitant to try this, because I had heard it was similar to Stella. Stella was a sharp nightmare on me. Rosamor is much softer and cleaner than Stella. It has a hint of woodsiness that I like as well. The drydown, while comforting, smells pretty generic, so I would only buy this if it were on sale. I would wear it occasionally though, if I had it.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Fair, Cool Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Blue
I guess it's nice. But it doesn't smell anything at all. The notes are ok, the smell so non-offensive it's almost not there. If I wanted a non-fragrance, I'd go with something clean like Amazing Grace. Boring.