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Updated on February 7, 2011
Jessica Simpon's perfume line includes Fancy, Fancy Love, and Fancy Nights
Jessica Simpon's perfume line includes Fancy, Fancy Love, and Fancy Nights | Source

Jessica Simpson's Fragrance Line

Jessica Simpson is a Texas-born singer, actress, and fashion designer who burst onto the music scene in 1999 with the song “I Wanna Love You Forever.” She went on to have seven Billboard Top 40 hits, cementing her popularity with the MTV reality show Newlyweds: Nick and Jessica. America fell in love with (and loved to mock) the star’s ditzy blonde personality; she is also a beauty icon, known for her voluptuous curves.

In 2008, Jessica Simpson launched her first perfume, called Fancy, and after its success debuted two new fragrances on the market, Fancy Love and Fancy Nights.

Jessica Simpson’s Fancy perfumes are sensual, warm fragrances that are ideal for women who want a sophisticated but still youthful and girlish scent. Fancy perfumes make a great gift for others or for yourself, and all three of the bottles have a lovely design inspired by vintage perfume—perfect for prettying up a vanity.

 

Fancy, the original Jessica Simpson scent

Fancy, by Jessica Simpson

Jessica Simpson’s Fancy perfume is the first in her fragrance line and its sweet, feminine scent was a hit from the moment it debuted. Fancy has warm, creamy base notes of sandalwood, vanilla cream, toasted almonds, and red fruits, with floral middle notes of gardenia and jasmine and sparkling top notes of apricot nectar, pear, and amber.

Its sweet smell is lasting but not cloying, and many fans have called it a “dessert” of a perfume. Jessica Simpson’s Brigitte Bardot add campaign showcased her sex appeal and her girly, loves-pink style, and the Fancy bottle reflects that as well—the Fancy bottle is a dreamy shade of rose pink, embellished with scrolling gold curlicues.

About Fancy, Jessica Simpson said, “I wanted to create a pretty fragrance, one that I could be just as comfortable wearing on the red carpet or every day with my favorite jeans.”

She succeeded—Fancy is perfect for day or night if you love sweet, girly scents.

Fancy Love, by Jessica Simpson

Following the success of Fancy, Jessica Simpson released Fancy Love a year later, in 2009. Fancy Love is a more mature scent with deep base notes of patchouli, musk, and amber, with middle notes of peony, plumeria, lotus, Turkish rose, and jasmine. The crisp top notes include pink champagne, peach blossom, and bergamot (a citrus orange).

Fancy Love is more subtle than the original Fancy and thus a bit sexier, and its vibrant, warm-yet-crisp scent is one that men enjoy, too (on you, not to wear themselves!). After its release, Jessica Simpson said, “Fancy Love is fresh and pure, like a timeless piece of white lace – it’s always pretty and innocent. This fragrance has a hint of passion because after all, a girl has to be a little flirty sometimes.”

The Fancy Love bottle is an opaque milky-white with gold lettering and a rounded gold cap, simple and elegant.

 

Jessica Simpson's third fragrance, Fancy Nights

Fancy Nights, by Jessica Simpson

Fancy Nights is Jessica Simpson’s most dramatic scent, and was released in 2010. Fancy Nights’ exotic fragrance comes from base notes of oakmoss, sandalwood, vanilla, and amber, with middle notes of Egyptian papyrus, patchouli, and red rose, and top notes of bergamot.

Fancy Nights is very different from the other two Fancy perfumes—it has a spicy, woodsy scent that is heavier than her first two perfume debuts. Many women who like Jessica Simpson’s other perfumes have not enjoyed this one, but if you enjoy scents like Shalimar you will likely love Fancy Nights.

Encased in a luxe emerald green bottle with a gold cap and gold scrollwork, Fancy Nights has a feeling of old-world elegance.

 

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