Nicely soft, light fruity-floral for summer. Not remarkable but very wearable. A nice ladies aquatic, very pretty. Not a lot of personality though, so this is a good one for those days when you need something feminine without attitude
I'm not good at describing scents note by note but I'll say this is indeed a sharp, intoxicatingly sweet, unique(IMHO), perfume. I actually love it which is funny because the first time I smelled it I was passing by quickly; saw it, turned back, grabbed it, took a quick whiff and said ew. A month later it was in InStyle mag so I rubbed it on my wrist and couldn't stop smelling myself so I knew I had to get it. My DH actually got it for me on Army base so it was around $20 cheaper than retail and I've been wearing it almost daily since October. Jimmy Choo perfumes are some of the only perfumes that actually last all day on me so I'll definitely repurchase when this runs out but keep for fall/winter, cooler weather and/or evenings out.
Fresh and citrusy and only slightly spicy, and unique. Almost hit it out of the park for me.
An ugly bottle for a tiresome little perfume. For something that bills itself as an "ultra-modern white floral" it smells very 2000-ish and is indistinguishable from a hundred other white florals (mainly sheer tuberose) with fruit and musk. There are some cucumber/watery notes that make it smell very dated and cheap. So synthetic that it brings to mind air freshener. The sample Sephora sent me is going straight in the trash.
This reminds me of Miss Dior Cherie (the original). I tested it for about a week and finally figured out where I smelled this before.
It's not bad, just a bit too young for me and not what I was looking for.
White flowers, slightly spicy and mildly fruity. I can detect jasmine (which I don't like but it is very mild), and some pink pepper which is adding a touch of spice to this fragrance. It is a very nice, balanced fragrance although I can't help feeling that I have smelled fragrances similar to this before. I do get the merest hint of Hypnotic Poison when I smell this so it's not exactly anything new. As much as this is wearable, sweet and feminine, this just isn't unique enough for me to go out and buy it.
From Fragrantica - Top notes encompass passionate strawberry combined with tangerine and pink pepper adding exciting and cheerful note to white floral notes in the heart. The white bouquet is composed of tuberose, jasmine and white lily on a base of heliotrope and blond wood.
I really liked the opening of this scent, it had so much potential. But the drydown was terrible on me, it became a very strong, musty scent similar to bug spray and it started as light and fruity and pretty. So no bueno for me.
Work at a perfume counter, saw we got this in yesterday when I was off. I love the bottle and the color of the fragrance. I sprayed some on, and as someone else mentioned, it seemed "futuristic" and kind of sharp (not in a bad way). I had a hard time teasing out different notes. All I can say is that it starts out brightly clean with a touch of flowers, and becomes powdery after it has dried down.
Not at all offensive, but unremarkable.
I've got to say that this is a VERY unique fragrance, but I absolutely love it. It starts out sweet and fruity and later becomes a slightly powdery, but spicyish scent and that is the unique part to me. There is definitely tuberose somewhere in this perfume so if you don't care for tuberose, you will probably hate this. I have been asked what I'm wearing and complimented on this fragrance. I know it's not for everyone, but I find it very edgy and new and certainly NOT like anything from the 80's..
I'll be honest -- I'm both confused at the reviews here and the notes listed in this fragrance.
I was reading Marie Claire when I happened to find an advert of this. I opened it noncommittally and rubbed it onto my wrist, and I was very pleasantly shocked.
I don't get strawberry, pink pepper, or... well, any of those notes, really. It smelled like a collection of sweet flowers clinging to some unidentifiable creamy base. It eventually faded into a soft, sweet, powdery scent that lasted for quite some time.
I loved it, but I wouldn't buy it. It's not complex to me. It doesn't smell like what it's supposed to (not on me, anyway), and I'm not going to pay that much money when I could get something that does it's job.
It certainly is NOT disgusting, however.
FYI, most fragrances with any kind of "sweet" or "gourmand" base turn into vanilla/cream/powder on me, so it's probably just me. Test before you buy, kiddies.