There seems to be some confusion about the name of this perfume. My bottle definitely calls it "Women" - plural. But it's on MUA as "Woman" and I've seen it elsewhere on the internet referred to as "Woman" but I'm pretty sure we're talking about the same thing. I guess "Woman" sounds a more likely name for a frangrance than the plural.
I have the eau de parfum, 30 ml. It comes in a chunky square bottle, the perfume is pink, and it has a round glass screw top lid.
One of the appealing factors was the size of the bottle - I like something small so it's not too heavy to carry in a handbag. I did test it before I bought it, along with 2 or 3 other fragrances. I tried them on a paper spill each and kept returning to them throughout the day. I liked Women best and it seemd to be longer lasting than the others. It's described on Fragrance Direct (where I often buy my perfume) as "gentle, elegant aromatic blend of peppercorns, cedar and vetiver and a subtle bouquet of freesia, lily of the valley and geranium give a warm, distinctly English floral fragrance. "
When I came to wear it on myself I was immediately disappointed. It didn't seem to have any kick - very wishy washy and faint. During the course of the day it mellowed into something rather nicer and did seem to last reasonably well.. However, I have been wearing it every day since and now I just don't seem to be able to smell it after the first 5 minutes at all. I often seem to get this with fragrances. It may be just me - as I've got accustomed to the fragrance I can't smell it anymore. No idea if anyone else can catch it - I haven't received any comments at all. I doubt that I shall buy it again as it seems a waste of money under the circumstances.