I Profumi di Firenze • Mora Selvatica • Fragrances
|Would buy this product again.||66%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown, Straight, Fine Eyes: Green
I had high hopes for this, but I can't identify the blackberry or strawberry in this at all. I get the citrus and white musk, which smells like lemon scented dish soap bubbles on my skin. I think that the berries might add a bit of sweetness as it dries down, but the scent is overall very light on me, and I don't think I'd ever smell this and think of berries. Lemon dish soap. :(
Age: 44-55 Skin: Normal, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
I agree with my fellow Perfumista, the lovely HelenVanPattersonPatton, that this is a pretty scent that won't blow anyone away. I find this to be so well-blended that it's difficult for me to detect any of the notes individually, but the end-product is a lovely and quite wearable summer scent that is inoffensive and just plain nice. A little pricey at $99 for 50 ml, but this would be perfect to wear on a day when you just don't know what kind of mood you're in. Notes are listed as strawberry, blackberry, citrus and white musk. This smells nothing like Trish McEvoy or Philosophy Falling In Love. To me this is a more well-rounded and sophisticated scent. I'm becoming fonder and fonder of it as it wears throughout the day.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
Mora Selvatica is wild blackberry, wild strawberry, citrus and white musk. While some are going to immediately yawn at this, I quite like it! Yes, there are many, many, maaany berry-and-musk combos out there. The reason I love this one so much is because I've finally found a fragrance with strawberry as a listed note and I can actually smell the strawberry (my favorite fruit since childhood)! I love JHAG Miss Charming, and the strawberry is detectable in that one as well; but on me the patchouli dominates and sometimes I just want...strawberry. The citrus and musk are very subtle, which is also something my chemistry tends to have trouble with; I'm very particular about musks. Don't get me wrong, this isn't going to blow anyone away on the fragrance board. Still, it's fun, summery, playful; it's well-blended and doesn't have a plastic undertone like some of the other 'summery' fruit and musk scents. This would be a perfect starter scent for a young perfumista-in-the-making.