by michelle on Jan 15, 2016
I like this one but on me it's a little too much raspberry and not enough vanilla. Easy to fix though, just add a layer of original Pink Sugar!
Hold the sugar...
by ASHLEY on Dec 20, 2015
I prefer the sugary pink to this basic pink.
Too much "woods."
by Betsy on Dec 8, 2015
I mistakenly bought this one, intending to have chosen the original "Pink Sugar."
This fragrance is extremely similar to the innumerable fruity-woodsy scents which Bath and Body Works has been releasing over the last few years. (Nowadays, most of Bath and Body Works's products smell like this one, and it is a big reason why I don't frequent that store like I used to.)
The woods smell is unpleasant to me, but my 5-year-old daughter likes this one. I'm not sure if it's the sweetness here that she liked, or the fruitiness, or the fact that the word "pink" is in the title. : )
by Nazia on Oct 11, 2015
This is so unique! It's very strange, transparently fruity and sweet with strawberry/vanilla, but also green, herbal, and woodsy at the same time. I really do like this, because it is so unlike other things that I've smelled. I really love the sweet, dusty, almost herbal touch of green notes mixed with licorice here, it's not your typical sweet perfume. Very nice.
by K on Jul 19, 2015
I love sweet and gourmand fragrances. A few I've worn: Comptoir sud Pacifique Vanille Abricot, Philosophy's Fresh Cream, and a sadly discontinued Thierry Mugler fragrance called Eau de Star. While I'm not crazy about Pink Sugar itself- there's an 'off' note in it that turns it funny on me- I am really liking Simply Pink. Yes, it *is* sweet, like strawberry shortcake with vanilla whipped cream sprinkled with powdered sugar on top sweet. And that's what I was hoping it would be. For me, a spritz of Simply Pink is an instant pick me up. I moved recently and have been desperately homesick and pretty down. Simply Pink makes me smile with its delicious berry-tinged pure vanilla innocence. Silage is moderate to poor but this isn't a pricey scent so reapplying throughout the day is not a big deal. What I also like about Simply Pink is that there are no lurking heavy florals or peppery notes to interfere with its sweetness. It just is what it is- the berries seem to become a bit more pronounced after the dry-down, but the notes stay pretty much the same. I like it very much. Would be a great fragrance for a teen. That said, I'm far from my teen years, and Simply Pink works for me. There are no weird plastic Barbie-doll skin or artificial cheap scented candle notes either. Just- dessert. Yummy!
I love sweet fragrances
by Colin on Jun 3, 2015
Simply Pink is similar to Aquolina's Pink Sugar but with a few improvements. The burnt sugar note is absent and Simply Pink has more of a licorice and sweet vanilla vibe.
I'm a sucker for sweet fragrances and love to smell Simply Pink on a woman.
by Carrie on Jun 2, 2014
Reminds me of an old pipe. Sweet and smokey. This is a warm scent. I would consider it more of a winter scent or evening