by Kaitlyn on Mar 27, 2019
This smells of honeysuckle to me though i don't see it in the notes! It is a lovely summery floral
by Heather on May 14, 2018
It started off smelling a little old fashioned but the more I smelled it the more I liked it.
by Denette on May 19, 2017
Michael Kors by Michael Kors is a warm, almost beachy tuberose! I don't have anything like it in my collection, and I love tuberose. I get great longevity, but unfortunately, I don't wear it often as I get a sort of metallic note. I don't detect as much when I only spray on clothes, but it is still there...the only reason why I did't give it five stars.
Great longevity for such a floral
by Leanne on May 18, 2017
This is a very blended floral. I have trouble picking out the individual flower notes. However the longevity is really impressive on me, especially considering that it is all blossom.
White Floral Overload...
by Mary Carole on Feb 16, 2017
So let me start out by saying that if you LOVE white floral then you will love this one. I usually don't mind some floral notes but from the moment I applied this one the fragrance got stuck in my nose and throat, extremely overwhelming. I ended up with a headache. The fragrance never transitioned for me so I was stuck with this overbearing slightly sweet white floral fragrance for most of the day. With that said, it has longevity...but please apply sparingly for those of us who are not fans of that much floral overload! This one is not a bouquet of flowers...it's the whole floral shop!
by Carolyn on Jan 25, 2017
I so wanted this to be part of my collection, a real disappointed.
by Kim on Sep 8, 2016
This brings to mind So Don (Diptyque)...Obviously its the tuberose...but unlike So Don, I find this scent reaches up and starts plucking at my nose hairs :( It never seems to get past the sharp white flowers...a smoother dry-down alludes me...and I was so looking forward to the cashmere wood :( Oddly enough I get a hint of powder in this...?
My favorite! Compliments galore!
by Jessica on Jun 9, 2016
You can smell dozens of perfumes and maybe they're not quite right for YOU. There's just that one little note that throws the whole thing off for you. The fragrance is perfectly ME. I order dozens of 1ml samples based on note details and scent reviews, and I knew this fragrance was THE ONE as soon as I smelled it on my skin. I can't pick apart scents and tell you which notes pop for me, or if it has more tuberose or gardenia. All I can say is that it is an exquisite bouquet of light, white floral, and fresh. I am not a lover of vetiver or incense. They don't pop out at me at all in this fragrance, which means that as base and/or heart notes they are matched and blended nicely with the other notes that I find more pleasant and they have been used to compliment the floral scents expertly, rather than overwhelm them which can sometimes happen with incense notes. I often see the word sillage misused in these reviews. Sillage does not refer to how long the scent lasts on your skin, but rather how far away the scent emanates from you. So, can you smell the fragrance in the next cubicle over, overwhelming the elevator, or after a person has walked away? Imagine how large the cloud of fragrance around you is. This fragrance does not have a strong sillage. It is an intimate scent, one that people will notice when they are close to you, but not one they will be smelling from 5' away. The fragrance lasts a long time on my skin. After a couple hours I become used to the scent and can't smell it anymore, but my husband can smell it 8 hours after applying and loves this scent. I love that the cashmere woods fragrance base is used as one of the base notes. I really believe this in combination with the floral heart notes is what makes the scent so darn appealing at dry down. I get more compliments on this fragrance than any other I've ever worn. I know there are scents that are designated day/evening/casual/summer/winter/etc., but I wear this scent year-round. Occasionally I try new scents, but I haven't found any that quite compare to this one.
by Tatyana on Jun 8, 2016
I'm not a big fan of white flowers and when I wear it I get a strong sour smell that I don't like.
by Amber on Jun 8, 2016
I still smell this on people from time to time. This a very dominant tuberose perfumee. I love it but cannot wear it too much because iit is strong.
by Gwendolyn on Jun 6, 2016
This is my favorite perfume. It used to be Chloé but this has replaced the #1spot on my fragrance list. It smells wonderful. This scent is good for year round wear. The floral spring like scent is refreshing for all occasions, and it lasts all day. Great product!!!!
Perfect white floral
by Alishia on May 9, 2016
I love Michael Kors. Every single one of his perfumes smell beautiful on me and seem to last forever. I can't wait for my sample to come in since my other bottle is empty. Do yourself a favor and if you like this one, try his other scents. You won't be disappointed.
For Tuberose and Gardenia Lovers
by judith on Mar 23, 2016
I love the heady scent of this perfume but it is a little on the strong side, the pro to it is that is long lasting. It dries well and if you are a lover of tuberose, gardenia, and jasmine this is a good scent.
by Alicia on Feb 17, 2016
A strong, heady floral, where tuberose is the queen. I am very fond of tuberose, and I can wear this with pleasure. Nevertheless, there are too many better tuberoses in the market, including less expensive ones, such as Madonna, Truth or Dare. As far as tuberoses go I find Michael Kors an undistinguished commonplace.
by ASHLEY on Dec 19, 2015
Cashmere woods make this a pleasing scent for any time of day.
by Tamara on Jul 30, 2015
I don't know why, but this reminded me of honeysuckles from when I was a kid. Clean, fresh, and floral. I liked it! My boyfriend did not. He said it smells like bar soap.
White Floral Fabulous!
by Laura on Jun 26, 2015
Ah, I love this fragrance!!!! It is a gorgeous floral scent showcasing tuberose without the heavy sharpness of the tuberose in Fracas or the odd nose-tingling notes and vanilla in Truth or Dare. Michael Kors' blend of tuberose with lily, freesia, osmanthus, and peony is perfect. I'm not a fan of incense or vetiver, but I don't even notice them in this one. This is a little heavy - like I find of most Michael Kors perfumes - and the lasting power and sillage are quite good. It's neither too sweet nor too musky and dry. Just perfection! One thing to note though - if you can't find this or you're not a fan of the large price tag, try "Kim Kardashian" by Kim Kardashian. There are a few minutes of some orange blossom and mandarin top notes, but after a few minutes, the fragrance is almost identical at a much more affordable price!
by Nazia on Mar 22, 2015
Lovely :) Wasn't expecting much out of this one, I feel like many modern tuberose scents are weak, but this one is quite lovely. If tuberose makes you feel queasy (as it can for me sometimes) spray with a light hand.
Fresh out of the shower
by Stephanie on Nov 10, 2014
I have been looking for a fresh out of the shower scent for a long time for daily wear. Usually, All the other ones I've tried either smell like a flower or fabric softener, which i don't want. This one fits the bill perfectly for me - it truly does smell fresh and clean, it reminds me of expensive shampoo. It's long lasting to boot. Simple and classy - a new favorite.