I know this fragrance is not a new one but I like it very much. It is sweet but not overpowering. If you want an old stand-by, try this one.
It's a 4 on the right body chemistry (dark, mysterious, inviting, red and velvety) and an honorable 2 on myself (wrong chemistry, bitter, piercing, scary). I recommend trying before buying. The bottle and the box are to die for though.
Chloe Narcisse is a floral perfume...plumeria,orange flower,apricot,marigold...rose,jasmine,narcissus,spices...sandalwood,balsam,vanilla,musk...Chloe Narcisse smells like a sweet bouquet of flowers,very pretty...the bottle is lovely,it has a frosted tulip for the cap and comes in the prettiest box with flowers on it...Chloe Narcisse is my happy surprise!
Gorgeous bottle (tulip-shaped cap) but I cannot rock this scent to save my life. It is a very deep, musty narcissus smell-- heady and a bit fecal on my skin. In general, I don't do well with heady, musty flowers like narcissus, jasmine, and tuberose--they turn to poop the minute I put them on. Others can wear Narcisse beautifully though.
This didn't work on me. A friend's mom had it and I loved the scent so much -- even sniffing the bottle was out of this world. So I got a small bottle for myself and wore it a few times and it was just rank. I recall washing my wrists profusely in my work bathroom one morning because I simply could not stand it anymore. Too bad because I remember smelling it for the first time on her and it was so intoxicating. :(
I have used this fragrance for about 15 years. I get compliments on it all the time. It works great with my body chemistry. Floral and pretty. Not too heavy. Scent lasts a long time.
Wore this when it was first introduced in the early 1990's...I love many florals and this one in particular as long as they aren't sweet and loud. I have smelled narcissus flowers that I grew from bulbs and displayed in my home around Easter time, this smells nothing like that. What I love about this scent is that a little goes along way and in the summer that is for me a good thing as my moister skin causes most scents to fade out fast. I would describe this as floral and green but not at all metallic or leafy, which are two notes I despise. From memory I recall when wearing this I received numerous compliments from men than any other scent since. Very approachable and feminine without being offensive or juvenile. I rarely see this but do at Marshall's and TJ Maxx. Am considering purchasing to rekindle fond memories.
i dont like alot of floral perfumes, but this one is quite nice! it's elegant, simple and just a classy scent. This is the perfume my mommy used to wear =) she had almost half a bottle left, i liked it so she gave it to me, yay!
I remember when this was launched in Macy's in 1992! A friend of mine gave me a bottle, and I loved it then. Just sampled it at a perfume discounter's recently and it smelled just as good now as it did then! It is a very strong scent, so if you like the fragrances of this day and age, you should sample first, and this is a EDT no less. Incredible lasting power.
Anyway, it can be too cloying for summer wear even though it is a floral fragrance. This would be a wonderful Fall-Winter floral. It has a warm dry down that I love, cedar, amber and vanilla, Very unique fragrance. The notes all work well together. Of course it is no longer sold in dept. stores, but can be found at the perfume discounters or on the internet for cheap. This is worth checking out especially if you have skin that litterly eats up fragrances as mine does! Will purchase!
Chloe Narcisse really smells like narcisse flower, its leaves and stalks, I detect also poppy flower, tulips and frangipani. It's very sweet (cotton candy, honey), with almost aseptic undertones (cresols are natural components of narcisse essential oil) green, "rainy" fragrance, intoxicating, mesmerizing, narcotic, somnolent, sweet but poisonous, it smells "80-ties" but without being grannyish, very introvertic, with some dark depth, depressive, with an unbelievable lasting power