by Diaghn on May 19, 2017
very citrusy and smells fresh like flowers....would definitely buy the bigger size bottle....lasts long also
Fruity and Fun
by Denette on May 17, 2017
Jimmy Choo Blossom is a girly fruity floral that leans more fruity and less floral. I get a huge dose of juicy raspberry with hints of sweet pea and musk. I tend to reach for this one must during the late spring and early summer. It fun and easy to wear. I get really good longevity from it...lasting almost all day, even during the hotter months. If you like fruity sweet fragrances, definitely give this one a try.
Jimmy Choo Blossom.
by Amber on Jun 10, 2016
This is the most generic and safe of the Jimmy Choo line. I like it but was expecting something different.
by Alishia on May 9, 2016
It has the same feel as the regular Jimmy Chop EDP but without the patchouli and more floral. The raspberry wasn't as prominent on my skin as I thought it would be. I get fruity floral. Lasts a long time.
by Laura on Jan 15, 2016
Okay, maybe they somehow meant "raspberry" blossom, but to me, "blossom" has something to do with a floral scent and that's not what you'll get here. It's definitely a sweet raspberry fragrance, but I don't get much else. It's also a very mild scent on my skin without much projection. Sample away, but definitely try before you buy a larger bottle unless you love raspberry.
For very young adults or teenagers!
by Heather on Jan 14, 2016
Blossom is a strong, sweet raspberry and is a very 'girly' smell. I'm betting on Spring/Summer.
I like this perfume, but that's about it for me. It's a very pretty and girly scent, that I might wear occasionally around the house. I feel as if it is not a mature smelling perfume.
I'd most likely wear this at a daytime party or lunch.
Would I recommend JC Blossom? Yes...to females, 18 and under.
Generic raspberry scent
by Betsy on Jan 13, 2016
I received a free vial of this with a different purchase. I think "Blossom" is a misnomer because that's really not what I smell here. All I can detect are sort of "cartoony" raspberries. The very slight floral notes are probably the source of the sweetness which gives me the "cartoony" impression.
I like cartoons as much as the next adult, so I'm not necessarily saying anything bad.
Besides "Blossom," the original Jimmy Choo for women is the only Jimmy Choo perfume I've smelled. But based on his fame in the shoe world, and based on the very interesting "Jimmy Choo for women," I had been expecting better from "Blossom."