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MCMC founder Anne McClain was inspired by a free-spirited friend to create this ethereal perfume. Part of The Stories Collections—a group of scents inspired by McClain’s personal experiences—it’s the embodiment of feminine flair. The top note of vanilla quickly translates to a honeysuckle when it touches skin. The lasting note is peach, and its lightweight essence personifies the story of Phoenix.
My boyfriend really didn't like the smell of this but I kind of like it. It is a little overpowering, in my opinion, at first but it is growing on me. If you let it absorb into your skin it smells better I think.3
I'm usually a lover of spicy smells, Phoenix is a tad too much of a sweet smell over the spicy for me.3
It smells fresh and clean. It didnt give me the "I have to own this perfume" feeling. Also the fact that my sample was dried out. I am just okay with this product. Not planning on buying.3
I was expecting this to smell wonderful, as most of my samples have in the past, but as soon as I sprayed it I immediately had to shower because it smelled so awful!1
The initial peachy nose was beautiful and summery, but it faded into a faint scratch and sniff sticker smell. I couldn't get that out of my head.3
This is one of the most offensive perfumes i have ever encountered. I can't imagine what the creators had in mind. Beware!1
I love peachy/food-y scents, so this was super perfect for me. Not too sweet and it doesn't last all day, but it's a lovely light scent and I'm considering getting the full size!4
I love the story that goes along with this fragrance, and couldn't wait to smell it. Wow! It has a delicate earthiness, and it really got nicer the longer I wore it. Love!4
I thought this fragrance was very unique; i don't have anything like it in my stash!! Fresh with a slight hint of a woodsy note. Dries down nicely and has decent staying power4
Perfume is definitely subjective but this scent was not for me, nor apparently for my co workers. My office mates could smell it on me and they thought it stunk.1