Lanvin • Marry Me EdP • Fragrances
|Would buy this product again.||92%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black, Straight, Fine Eyes: Black
Wow, this is as floral as you can get!
I get why this was named "Marry Me!". I picture wedding day, flowers everywhere, excitement, love in the air, that sort of stuff.
This smells great! It's really nice and romantic. But romantic in a we're-out-on-a-daytime-date-in-public kinda thing. Not the we've-been-together-for-a-while-cuddle-cuddle kind.
However, This is my mom's new perfume. Ha! At 60, she has no business wearing something that says, "Marry Me!" But she loves it and I love it on her. I think the name might pose limitations on potential buyers since I think this can be for a lady of any age :)
She came upon this because of me and I'm looking forward to the day she buys this on her own and the cashier person looks at her in a weird way. :P
I have to say, though, that even if I think the name is limiting, it had the opposite effect on me as some of the people below. Got me curious. :)
Age: 25-29 Skin: Oily, Fair Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
Yes, everyone's commented on the oddity of the name. And certainly, the name doesn't quite fit with the fragrance - i don't believe this is something would marry on their wedding day, maybe a nice scent when a girl is being proposed to. It's a shy floral scent with a freshness and woody base notes. However I find it a fun and sweet scent which is not too overpowering (unlike most overly sweet scents) - it's got just the right balance.
In short, I'd describe it as a sweet dolly scent but for someone older than a teenager. It's a romantic date scent and invokes a happy and romantic environment.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I have no idea why you guys don't like the name of this beautifully made perfume.
I wouldn't think about a better name except maybe "Bouquet" and that would automatically make me think about a wedding, a bride and a a groom. so "marry me" isn't far away from that.
It's a simple and yet beautiful perfume. I can smell bitter orange, a different kind of jasmine, white musk, roses and magnolia. maybe just a little bit of cedar and amber.
packaging is simple but somehow i wanted it to be more simpler like the Chanel perfumes because of the name.
affordable, lovely, young, fun and fresh for everyday use.
I bought the set and I'm totally gonna buy the same set over and over again.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral Hair: Red, Curly, Medium Eyes: Brown
Love this, it will be on my list for my future wedding!!!!!!!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Tan, Warm Hair: Brown, Curly, Fine Eyes: Brown
Currently in my top 3. Sure I'm into floral fragrances anyways but I think Marry Me is somehow different, it feels kinda...I don't know, sparkling? A great mixture of jasmine and fruit! And I'm not even a jasmine fan, duh. I think this one, though, is really well-balanced. It sorta makes you feel fun, happy, and young. Reminds me of champagne fizz and peaches, don't ask...
Bottle: Not much to point out here. Minus one lippie for that :(
Age: 44-55 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
I am reviewing the Love Edition..it is very soft, very pretty, light, nothing wrong with it really, and perfect for spring...still not that different from most fruity florals out there...and overpriced also...
just pleasant, nice...for everybody!! I like it but I dont love it!!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium Eyes: Other
I have tried it on a paper in the perfumery sooo many times...! Usually, I sprayed it on a paper and put it in my pocket for later to smell - I just lose all sense of smell if I try to smell perfume without it airing out a bit. It had also received so many good reviews, and I decided that I want to buy this. I was almost ready to purchase (from fragrancex.com - they have it for a really nice price - $34.05 + discount code for 2.5 oz), but wanted to smell this in the store again, and luckily, this time I actually put it on my arm.
OMG, this smells pretty bad on ME! What would you expect in a pretty little bottle with a pink bow and "Marry me" on? I expected it to be passionate, delicate and feminine, like on the paper I took home from the perfumery after many hours. What do I get? Strong, cold, even somehow masculine and invasive... Yes, after a day or so it now smells OK on my jacket arm, but I can't forget the horrible impression I got after putting it on my skin - it made me cry inside - it smelt awful!
To me this smells really cold - if I was to give it a colour, it would be royal blue. This makes it one of the perfumes I would like to smell only in the summer. Second thing: there was initially so many bitter notes in this; it reminded me of the taste of bitter grapefruit, although there's none of that in there, but there is Tunisian orange. This bitterness lasted for about one hour, then some floral notes began to appear, mainly jasmine on me. This lasted for about 3 hours, and then it was nearly gone - really bad lasting power. And the masculine notes stuck for the whole time...!
I could use this to spray my clothes... like 24 hours before using them in really hot weather, but I far from love this.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
As other people have said, naff name. It is a pity because when I 1st saw it I passed on it because of the name. However after smelling it on 2 friends...I asked them what they were wearing and it turned out to be this.
Im not the type of person who would normally like a perfume enough on someone to ask what they are wearing...but this I just had to find out. I really like it. It is floral/fresh and good lasting power.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
Its gorgeous and luxury. I couldnt stand any jasmine scent except this one. The jasmine note in this perfume blends harmony with soft peachy note make it smell very uplifting, classy and sparkling without headache or heavy. It doesnt change much till the base, just softer and warmer a bit with tincture of rose and cedar, smell a bit like tea ( in a good way ). It makes me imagine of a bride with simple elegant dress, happy smile on her lovely face walking in a white flowers garden . Marry Me is a name that fit this scent perfectly.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brown, Medium Eyes: Blue
The name is tacky and the typography is a fiasco that makes the bottle look cheap. Apart from those (really not that important) cons I love this scent. Really really really do! A soft peachy floral that screams "no sorrow darling!" loud enough for me to really feel it now and then. I like wearing this scents when I know I'll have a tough day, just because of that fact.
I like how this sparkly girlyness stays classy. No immature teenage-y sugar bomb, just a bright and beautiful scent that makes you smile.
This scent isn't surprising in any way, people won't react as if a horde of unicorns ran through the room, but you will most likely get to hear that you smell really good today. So, it definitely is work safe! A great everyday scent when you don't want to surprise. You go, Lanvin!
Age: 44-55 Skin: Normal Hair: Brown Eyes: Hazel
I think this perfume has an identity crisis. Everything about this scent appears to be so delightfully feminine. The bottle is a cute little blockey cut glass. The pink baby type ribbon around it and the scent itself is so devinely floral and ladylike with its wonderful lilac and hyacinth notes. However, to me at least, Marry Me cant decide if it wants to be a masculine scent. Marry Me is what i like to call a masculine floral. It is heavy on the florals but somehow manages to maintain a masculine showing. Maybe it is the sandalwood...or maybe not but it has some of the sharpness that many men's colognes and fragrances have. I dont mean that in a bad way though. The men's market needs some good florals in its portfolio. The only problem i have with it is that i cant smell it on me after i spray it on. I can spray a ton of it on but it seems like it's all gone in just a couple of hours.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Brunette, Medium Eyes: Brown
Love it! The fragrance you would choose for a very special day :) Romantic, classic, sunny, fresh, soft and very feminine. And very special. I love Lanvin fragrances (Jeannie, Eclat d'Arpege), allmost all are unique and soft. "Marry me" has great staying power. It reminds me Christian Dior "Forever and Ever" but "Marry me" is more serious, "adult". And the bottle - wow, it is perfect!
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Brown, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Brown
I got a sample of this, but it was so small, I could barely make the scent out. :( I said I would re-purchase only because we don't have the Not Sure option (hint, hint). I agree with the previous poster about the name, though. I think it's a pretty stupid name. But the bottle is nice and classy. Reminds me of an old bottle of Balmain's Fille d'Eve, my mother's favorite scent till the company bone-heads discontinued it.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair, Warm Hair: Blond, Fine Eyes: Green
The name is indeed weird. I would expect that it was a man asking "Marry Me!" and this is definitely not a fragrance a man would wear.
And, on the other hand, a girl who is going to choose a frag with this name would expect every guy (or Mr Right) to fall on their knees and go with the proposal??
Not sure about the choice of the name for that frag.
That said, it is a gentle floral for romantic girls. Starts off fresh with hesperidic notes and jasmine tea.
Then a blast of peach and jasmine... it is pleasant, not that fruity /berry mess that is so common nowadays. Then a clasical amber/musk drydown lingers on your skin for a couple of hours. Not a super sillage nor a super longevity, but that's ok. ....The times of Arpège will never come back, that's a fact!
It is elegant and light. Pretty, but not outstanding.
Notes as per Osmoz:
top note: Seville Orange, Jasmine Tea, Freesia
middle note: White Peach, Magnolia, Rose, Jasmine
base note: White Cedar, Musks, Amber