This is a sophisticated, modern perfume with a nostalgic twist. It's very clean, warm and powdery. It smells like face powder, baby shampoo and alot like what you would feel after you've had a long hot bath and you're in your fluffiest, comfiest bathrobe. There is a subtle creaminess in the drydown that I just love (rice is one of the base notes in this scent, and the main floral note is lilac). Great for all year round, all ages, and suits most occasions really. If you want a clean scent that's classy and long-lasting, this is it, it has sillage too. I can still smell it 12 hours later. But if you aren't a fan of powdery scents, give this a miss. On me, the powdery note is only prominent the first hour, after that it smells very clean, warm, floral, dreamy, innocent...think romantic sepia-toned photographs and fresh-faced ballerinas dancing in slow motion...it smells like you've just treated yourself to the most expensive bath in the world. It's unique and different from other mainstream perfumes (probably why it got discontinued). I much prefer Love, Chloe to Chloe edp for example (I found that one boring). This scent makes me feel pampered, polished and is the very definition of a 'good-girl' scent, the way Tom Ford's 'Black Orchid' is the perfume equivalent of the 'bad girl'. It's nice to have both.
The only reason I don't reach for this scent as often as I should is due to the powdery note triggering headaches in me. Not always, but it's happened a couple of times. I wear it happily when my nose is not being fussy.