by Nazia on Feb 13, 2017
This is a full garden, with every type of flower imaginable. At the forefront is a sour grapey tuberose, with powdery narcissus and a bit of buttery ylang ylang. But something about it is not buttery enough, maybe the aldehydes are making it too thin and sharp. It's pretty, but I almost feel that there are TOO many flowers in here, all competing with each other and not quite in harmony.
Old school floral
by lls on Jun 10, 2016
This is a full-bodied, old-fashioned floral, with a somewhat skanky base. It smells a bit like someone sprayed on a heavy perfume instead of showering. I can't decide whether I really like it or not, but I can't stop sniffing my arm, either. Unless you just dislike all florals, well worth experiencing.
by Alishia on Jun 10, 2016
This was my grandmother's "fancy" perfume. I can't really be objective about it because of memories. Its a pretty white floral, but she was notorious for dousing herself in her perfumes so much, it should be illegal.
Boring White Floral
by Jessica on Jun 9, 2016
I received this sample in the white floral collection sampler. It was my least favorite of the collection. This fragrance is chock full of the most beautiful delicate white floral scents, and it is completely underwhelming and unnoteworthy. It has a cheap, alcohol scent at first, and all the fragrance notes are the same. It's like fragrance mud. All the notes are competing at the same level.
Aldehydes and Narcissus
by Laura on Jan 15, 2016
This started out strongly with aldehydes and a little jasmine thrown in. I hate aldehydes, but stuck it out to see what happened. The strength of the opening reminded me of Sung and Narcisse. Thankfully, the aldehydes faded and allowed some narcissus and other mixed florals to appear. I found the narcissus to be the most prominent note in the mix, so if you're not a fan or are just curious, start with a small sample.
by Stephanie on Nov 20, 2014
If you want to smell like a garden, you'll like this one. I like either a very delicate floral or one that is a mixture with other types of notes. Ultra feminine.