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Analyse Adverts For 'Notte' by Bvlgari and 'Be Delicious by DKNY

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´╗┐Ananya Makharia Analyse 2 print adverts. How effective are they in selling their products? Both Advert 1 and 2 are of a set of perfumes for men and women called 'Notte' by Bvlgari and 'Be Delicious? by DKNY respectively. Although both adverts are for perfumes for men and women, the presentational and psychological techniques used in them differ greatly, creating a very different reaction from their target audiences. Advert 1 is targeted at men and women in their 20s to late 30s, but primarily to women who may be buying the perfume for themselves or for their partner. It is an eye-level, MCU two shot of a glamorous looking model in her early 30s in a classy, expensive looking dress standing close to an attractive man around her age. ...read more.


This advert is extremely effective as it appeals to the passionate and sexy side of a woman, who aspires to look attractive to men and have a good relationship. It works well psychologically by making women in that age group subconsciously compare their own lifestyle with the idealised one presented in the advert. Another technique that makes this advert effective is that it taps into the fears of women in that age group of not having the party lifestyle and being single, especially as society expects women to be settled down by the time they are in their late 30s. Advert 2 is also targeted at men and women in their 20s to late 30s, but primarily to women; however it is presented in a completely different way to advert 1. ...read more.


This advert is effective as it recognises a woman's aspirations of being natural and herself, while still being loved and attractive to men. Another way advert 2 is effective is that it taps into the fear of nature-loving women that they won't be loved by men for being outdoorsy and therefore need a feminine aspect to them, which this perfume provides. In my opinion, advert 1 is the most effective as it shows the idealised partying lifestyle which most women aspire to have. The advert represents most women's desires of feeling beautiful and having a passionate, sexy relationship. It focuses on its target audience well, as it successfully taps into the fear of women not having that perfect lifestyle and being single. ...read more.

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