This is a beautiful and fresh fragrance. I was quite surprised at how drastically different the EDT was from the EDP. The EDT is shower and springtime fresh; while the EDP is heavy and bold. I like both but prefer the EDT. It's a scent that you could wear any time of the day or night, or occasion. I initially received a sample of this from Nordstrom and fell in love the minute I sniffed it. I had an upcoming funeral to go to and didn't want anything loud or heavy, and so I put some of this on. I remember asking my husband if he could smell it when we got in the car and he said he could smell it but it was a very nice and clean smell. I then put in a bid for a 3 oz bottle on ebay and won it for $71, which I thought was a bargain for a brand new bottle because it retails for $108.00.
If you like clean, soft, floral scents, you have to get some of this. It's absolutely lovely.
I love the EDT. I found the EDP to be heavier and more serious. This one is crisp, fresh and beautiful. It does smell rich and elegant but it is light. It's a beautiful flower scent. Lasting power and sillage is just average. This is one of my better perfumes. I find that this one could be used for all seasons and occasions and day and night. One of my favorites.
This is orange blossom done right! I did not like the EDP as it was too rich and thick for my aquatic fume loving self. Somehow this winter has me leaning toward warm florals instead of caramely sweet goodness. This is a beautiful floral, lighter than the first but still has a "presence". This is my new signature scent. My last was L'eau d'Issey and that was a long time ago. I almost didn't want to review this because I don't want the world to smell as good as I do right now, but I will share because I hate to have someone hold back a great scent from me. Enjoy!