Tis the season of the fox! For living in the heart of a metropolitan area, it always surprises me every spring that the local foxes seem to come out of their intown lairs to go hunting in the dew of the morning. It’s always my delight when grabbing the newspaper on the front walk to see a fox go traipsing down the street. As a city boy, this makes me extremely happy and I have to say that foxes are easily one of my favorite wild animals. So I was thrilled to see that DSH’s latest offering was called Foxy. Let’s see if this new fox on the block makes me equally as happy…
WHAT I SMELL: Foxy opens with a spiced cinnamon and lightly boozy opening. There’s also a anise candied note that reminds me of ribbon candy. The perfume is warm, rather animalic and somewhat wild and feral. After a little while, the feral starts to lessen and the perfume begins to purr as it softens and evens out. The perfume doesn’t develop all that much. Instead, it smoothens to a light and warmed floral amber that covers you in the softest of fur. Yes, when wearing this you’ll definitely be foxy.
From the DSH Perfume website:
A smart, sexy, and playful retro-nouveau animalic fragrance that features the fur accord paired with a spiced – boozy beginning, and a rich, ambery drydown. You will definitely feel FOXY in this!
THREE WORDS THAT DESCRIBE FOXY: stealthy, content, smooth
WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING ABOUT FOXY: No reviews to be found.
BOTTOM LINE: Foxy is a sexy perfume that isn’t complicated, yet maintains an aura of mystery and seductive confidence with the most sublime drydown. Now, this is my kind of fox!
- Bone Rating: 3.5 out of possible 5 bones
- Scent: Animalic
- Nose: Dawn Spencer Hurwitz
- Classification: Unisex
- Expense: Prices and concentrations vary via the DSH Perfumes website. Review based on the Voile de Parfum version.
Sample provided my DSH Perfumes. Opinion my own.