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Woody Oakmoss by Dossier

Dossier Woody Oakmoss dupe of Chanel's  Coco Mademoiselle
Gender: Women
Release date: 2022
Brand: Dossier

Key Notes of Woody Oakmoss

What Does Woody Oakmoss Smell Like

Dossier Woody Oakmoss perfume opens with a bright, citrusy scent which comes from the top notes of bergamot and orange. There is a hint of sweet, juicy peach that adds a touch of softness to the sharp citrus. As the perfume starts to evolve, the middle notes come to the forefront with an intense floralcy coming from the jasmine and rose. The earthy, woody scent of patchouli also makes its presence felt in the heart notes, adding a rich, grounding effect to the floral bouquet.

As the top and middle notes start to fade, the base notes of oakmoss, vanilla, and vetiver come together to create a warm, resinous, and slightly sweet aroma. The oakmoss adds a deep, green woody scent while the vanilla lends a subtle, comforting sweetness. The vetiver, a classic base note, lends an additional layer of earthiness to the fragrance.

Overall, the perfume presents a sweet and citrusy opening, transforming into a rich floral-woody scent with a comforting warmth in the dry down. It's a scent that combines freshness, sweetness, and warmth in a way that feels both familiar and new. The scent journey of Woody Oakmoss can be described as starting off bright and zesty, maturing into a rich, floral heart, and ending on a warm, woody note.

Review of Woody Oakmoss

Dossier's Woody Oakmoss, a perfume inspired by the much-coveted Chanel's Coco Mademoiselle, is an attractive option that's worth the attention of fragrance enthusiasts. Priced at $29, it offers an affordable alternative to the pricier, $105 Coco Mademoiselle, with a similar scent profile that's quite remarkable for its cost.

This scent does a commendable job in capturing the subtly sweet citrus twist of orange, a prominent feature in Chanel's version. The concentration of 15% allows the fragrance to linger, yet it's not overpowering, striking a comfortable balance that suits its feminine target audience.

While it's clear that Dossier put effort into the recreation of the iconic chypre structure, this dupe isn't an exact replica. The floralcy in Woody Oakmoss is more pronounced, which may be a plus for those who favor a heightened floral touch. The warm ambery base complements this nicely, adding a depth that makes the scent suitable for evening wear.

Notably, Dossier's Woody Oakmoss holds its own as a stand-alone perfume. Its multifaceted nature – simultaneously sensual and sophisticated – makes it more than just a Coco Mademoiselle copycat. The perfume has a character that, while reminiscent of Chanel's classic, leans towards its unique interpretation.

The vegan, cruelty-free, and clean ingredients are a welcome addition and will appeal to the eco-conscious consumer. However, while Dossier's version is impressive for its price, it doesn't quite match the longevity and sillage of Chanel's Coco Mademoiselle.

In conclusion, Dossier's Woody Oakmoss is a worthy contender if you're seeking a more budget-friendly alternative with a similar scent to Chanel's Coco Mademoiselle. It doesn't perfectly mimic its high-end inspiration, but it delivers a charming fragrance experience all its own.

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