Not what I was expecting
by DANIELLE on Feb 18, 2018
I'm so glad i didn't blind buy this one. The initial blast is pretty aggressive and loud. After about 20 mins it started to settle into a nice fragrance. Once it dries down, it kinda reminded me of fabric softener. It didn't last long, maybe 3 hours tops.
by Roberta on May 15, 2017
I don't think I've ever tried a Bvlgari perfume that I didn't like. This one is a nice, white flower type of scent with that signature Bvlgari blend of soft florals and light powder.
by Zachary on Mar 4, 2017
Good perfume for women
by Tatyana on Feb 15, 2017
Very retro for me maybe because all I get is tons of powder. As always with the scents that you don't like, the lasting power is huge. I can still smell it on my bath robe after 2 washes!
by Stephanie on Dec 14, 2016
I can't say I dislike this, but I'm not a fan of "perfumey" scents, and this one is. I prefer to just smell great, if that makes sense. This one is just expected and typical. For a scent to make it into my collection, it needs to knock my socks off and also be unique or unexpected in some way. This does neither for me.
A Favourite Floral
by Roberta on Jun 11, 2016
This is a perfect summer floral. Light and slightly powdery with a pretty floral scent that I would describe as "white flowers," although I know that doesn't really mean anything. The scent is pretty and not overly sweet. If you like Alfred Sung Pure and Flowers by Kenzo, you'll probably enjoy this as well.
Not a safe blind buy
by lls on Jun 10, 2016
Sorry, but I have to disagree with the previous review. If you have any sort of musk anosmia, this is not a safe blind buy. I got the merest hint of some of the listed notes, which were then blotted out entirely by a sort of synthetic hum of a scent, which then disappeared completely in less than two hours. My experience is not typical, I know. I got a similar effect from some of the other Bvlgaris, as well as Eau de Cartier. I've given it three stars because I have no idea how it actually smells, and I can't leave the rating blank.
Sweet & Powdery
by Laura on Jun 9, 2016
This is a nice, sweet fragrance that is definitely like Rose Essentielle, without the rose. I find it's also very much like Champs Elysees if Champs didn't have any lilac. It's powdery and sweet and lovely (I'm surprised there's no mimosa in it), but I have the other two fragrances I mentioned, so I'm glad I got a sample of this first as I really prefer the others.
Safe blind buy
by Alishia on Jun 6, 2016
Very nice floral. Dried powdery on my skin but kept enough of the other notes to keep it interesting. If you like florals, give this a try.
Pretty and inoffensive
by Rose on Apr 12, 2016
This is a pleasing, if predictable, rose/violet/iris floral perfume with dewy freshness, not too powdery, though it has an element of make-up powder. It's not too simple either so it has a quite classy feel.
It's feminine and pretty, and works well in spring and summer, though its classic feminine aura would work year round. It's not sensual as such, or mysterious or intriguing, but if you want to smell pretty it's quite lovely.
It's not too innocent either, it could really be worn by women of any age, for absolutely any occasion. It's not in any way innovative, but it's a good update on the pretty, feminine styles of perfume. Utterly inoffensive
by Alicia on Apr 6, 2016
This is an elegant, slightly powdery floral, with a jasmine heart. Proper for most occasions. It will neither overpower nor surprise. A ladylike fragrance
Would wear if it was a gift.
by Kim on Sep 2, 2013
I personally would not buy this scent, but might wear it occasionally if someone bought it for me. Not heavy, but nothing great.