Trying to find the right fragrance can often feel like a bit of a minefield. But if you’re looking for a powerful woody-aromatic scent, Lacoste Match Point Eau de Parfum could be a top contender. Read on to discover all about this addition to the Match Point collection…
This Fragrance Smells Like…
Opening with a bitter shot of zesty lemon balanced by warming black pepper, Lacoste Match Point instantly awakens your senses. This initial freshness is met with an invigorating blend of gentian absolute and spicy cardamom before the scent mellows into the ultra-earthy and comforting woody tones of patchouli and vetiver.
What’s The Story Behind This Scent?
Created by master perfumers Bruno Jovanovic and Jean-Christophe Hérault, Lacoste Match Point EDP was inspired by the game of life; as in sport, you need to take chances to achieve greatness. The range is a nod to the iconic sporting fashion house and Rene Lacoste’s sporting achievements, which is evident through the choice of fresh, green scents.
You Will Love This If…
If you’re already a fan of the Match Point collection, this Eau de Parfum offers a deeper aromatic scent that has a more vivid contrast of citrus than the original Eau de Toilette. If you’re looking for a longer lasting, more prominent fragrance and you already enjoy the freshness of the Eau de Toilette, then you’ll love this scent.
This Perfume Smells Similar To:
Match Point Eau de Parfum reminds me of a sportsman dressed in iconic fresh-white tennis gear, fuelled by the tension of the final match point on a vivid green court. But, the court features natural, crisp grass as opposed to artificial turf.
Is Lacoste Match Point Eau de Parfum Unisex?
Due to its rich aromatic and woody notes, this fragrance is targeted toward men. However, the light citrus start is universally appealing.
What’s The Longevity Like?
Lacoste’s aftershave offers an impressive longevity for an Eau de Parfum; it still lingered on my skin seven hours after application.
What’s Special About The Bottle?
Match Point’s sports-themed inspiration is evident from the first look. Its dark green ombre glass mimics the increasing tension felt during the final Match Point. Plus, the unique concave base mark represents the impact of a tennis ball hitting the ground, while the green cap mirrors the pattern of a tennis racquet. The bottle is finished off with the Match Point label, tying it into the rest of the collection, which features a white line as a nod to the tennis court.