This came out in 1990...
by Mary on Jun 30, 2018
The year I graduated high school. Very strong and bold...longevity and sillage are better than average. Very pretty...spicy floral not for the shy. A classic.
by Ruth Synnove on Dec 26, 2017
Was surprised at how good this was. I have another idea of how perfumes made in the 90's should smell, this is really modern. Suitable for all ages, maybe not teens.
Better than average
by Leigh on Oct 26, 2017
Certainly worth trying, classic and classy. I prefer the Tresor Midnight Rose to Tresor, but for daytime wear, it's delightful.
by Hope on May 17, 2017
This scent is pretty and one I might like, if it weren't for a lady with whom I once worked. Her scent filled the entire restaurant, and she could be smelled a mile away. I'm assuming she sprayed too much... hopefully... otherwise, steer clear!
by Amber on May 15, 2017
So unique, I find it very hard to describe. Its definitely one of those perfumes you have to try.
by Mary Carole on Feb 13, 2017
This was my go-to fragrance in high school. I hadn't worn it in almost 20 years but immediately loved it again the moment I put it on! It has this unique peachy, rose, sandalwood aroma that dries beautifully!
by Sydney on Dec 24, 2016
It's a very unique scent and I'm undecided on where or not I like it
I di not like
by Jaclyn on Dec 7, 2016
I was shocked, I thought I would like this :(. Masculine, older, strong.
by Tatyana on Jun 7, 2016
This is my signature fragrance. I love everything about my Tresor. It changes from some sharp notes in the beginning to that absolutely magical aroma that I can't get enough of. It makes me feel so powerful, confident, and feminine.
by Alicia on Feb 11, 2016
This might be the perfume that once launched a thousand fragrances. It is a floral with many well blended flowers, and reigning among them a peachy rose. This is not the fruity floral omnipresent today in the market. It is not a gourmand, not particularly sweet, not particularly modern, neither old fashioned by any means. It has vanilla but it is restrained.It has heliotrope but not its cloud of powder. Its vetiver is present but not assertive. Instead, once the florals have subsided, you reach a bed of amber and sandalwood. This perfume was a crowd pleaser twenty years ago. Too many are used now to sweet fruity florals that this treasure might disappoint them. My hope is that they will dare to find classics like Tresor, its beauty unblemished.
What a Perfume!
by Nazia on Oct 20, 2015
This is a lovely, real perfume, in the style that I love - florals transitioning seamlessly into a warm, sweet drydown. The opening is very big and grand, and too much of it could easily give someone a headache. I smell a lot of lilac and rose, some peach. This floral bouquet persists for some 4-5 hours, with different flowers probably coming to the forefront for different people. The drydown is lovely, I have smelled it before in other scents that were probably copying this one - warm peach and apricot, sweet and delicious. I applaud this scent for staying coherent and having something different to say come drydown - I find a lot of modern scents have lost this quality of change. For me, this is a scent to be dabbed, or if sprayed, perhaps not close to the face, because the florals can be a bit strong and get to my head at first. All in all, lovely.
love it or hate it
by Brenda on Jan 23, 2015
I've always liked this fragrance and bought it when it first came out. However, some of my friends despise it so it may be one that interacts strongly with body chemistry. Try it for yourself and see.
It is a treasure
by Stephanie on Nov 14, 2014
The name means treasure in French. I got this perfume years ago, and has stayed in my collection through a few weed outs. It's unique, seductive, sexy, sophisticated, and classy all at the same time, without being overbearing. Not your typical sweet scent that they want to call sexy these days. This has so many layers, you can't quite typify it, which is why I love it.