Here are the notes: pink rose petals, peony, lychee, woods, pink musk.
I am happy that I did not read the notes prior to purchasing because I am not terribly fond of lychee, and I have no idea what a "pink musk" might be, I probably would not have bought it, and that would have been a shame.
This is indeed a "pink" fragrance. It had the Amazing Grace element of being fresh, clean, subtle and perhaps a fragrance extension of your shower gel. But there is an overlay of rose. Rose can be tricky. This is not an ox feller rose like Tea Rose, it does not remind you of those Rosewater and Glycerin soaps and hand lotions from back in the day, and it does not smell of room freshener circa 1973. There is no winery, browning petal element to this rose, and there is no indole that might suggest a white rose.
This rose is softer, a bit powdery, a bit fruity, sweet but not cloying, and fresh. Perhaps you will be reminded of wild beach roses, but this is more soft.
Here is the best part. 12 hours later, I can still smell it on my wrist.
This would be a great summer floral. This is the type of fragrance that is good for work, good for running errands, good for weekend days, and marvelous to spritz on before bed. No, it is not rated X, but it is cozy and comforting. It is similar in mood to Amazing Grace but is less soprano and more alto.