Alfred Sung Sung - Opinios Reviews

Sung perfume for Women by Alfred Sung

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  • Date Added: 15/12/2014
    Sung perfume has been my signature fragrance for so many years.. it always gets compliments until this day. At first you will notice the potent lily but once this settles the warm florals are absolutely gorgeous in the dry down.
     by Lily
  • Date Added: 20/10/2012
    I remember my best friend from high school had this on her vanity back when everyone else had Sunflowers and Tresor on theirs. I used to snoop around in her collection as our tastes ran similar. Sung was my favorite in her collection. I believe I even used up her bottle and tried to offer up a rancid bottle of Primo (Kmart’s answer to Giorgio Beverly Hills) in exchange. She was a true friend—she forgave both my overindulgence with her bottle of Sung and my reparations in the form of an insult-in-a-bottle. Fast forward about fifteen years. I had long forgotten the name of my friend’s emptied bottle but I knew the scent immediately. It was about time for a long overdue reunion. Sung is a very verdant white floral that I cannot help but associate with white lace. To be exact, I smell lily-of-the-valley first and foremost, sweetened by other white flowers and grounded by woods. It dries down smelling of soft and powdery white flowers, a real gem among rocks for white floral lovers. It has real tenacious staying power and it is quite the sillage monster, a quality many contemporary fragrances lack. It is as precious, as romantic, and as much an anachronism as lacy gloves. It is a fragrance that may seem a bit out of place these days but it will endure fads and whims of the present and find its place among the classics.
     by Rosamund
  • Date Added: 20/10/2012
    This is my signature fragrance. I will weep bitter tears if it ever goes out of production. My first husband died of cancer in 1987. At the time, I wore Oscar de la Renta and he had used Pour Lui. It may sound odd, but my fragrance reminded me of him (I guess because he loved it so much on me). I began to search for another scent that I liked as well. It proved to be more arduous than I expected. So many fragrances smelled great in the bottle, but mundane to horrible on my skin. Or I liked them for the first hour or two, but not the subtler tones that came out later on. Finally, I received a sample of SUNG in the mail, with my Macy's Charge Card bill - and I was hooked! I still love the scent, though I may be a bit desensitized to it after all these years. I do get many compliments and requests to know the fragrance I am wearing. In the summer, I switch to PURE. It is lighter, but still wonderful on me. Pure is becoming more difficult to find, it seems.
     by Annie
  • Date Added: 20/10/2012
    A favorite 20 years ago when I was much much younger. At the time, Obsession, Misha and Maxim's were my fall and winter scents - Sung and YSL Paris ruled over summer and Spring. As others on here have written, it now seems to fail for us more mature types. I remember it having such a cooling effect on me, and the muget was almost all I noticed. I specifically thought of it as a "cold, pale purple" scent, despite it's crisp black and white packaging and nearly clear juice. Perhaps that was the orris? "Ah yes, white flowers." my mother said approvingly. So, perhaps her words influenced my olfactory perceptions. In any case, I took a spritz again recently, after at least a decade without it, and found Sung now to be so artificial and loud, with only a vague ghost of the cooling, feminine joy that I remembered it providing. Now, can someone tell me if I'm simply off my rocker, or does Sung have some noticeable similarity to MPG's Jardin Blanc? (with J.B. being the far more complex and more natural-smelling of the two)
     by Clair

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