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There are two spots that feature prominently in our wanderlust-fueled daydreams: SoCal beaches and Parisian sidewalk cafés. Luckily, we can live vicariously through this refreshing fragrance. Folle de Joie, which translates to crazy with joy, evokes both the relaxed and playful vibe of California and the seductiveness and refinement of the City of Light. The perfume opens with a burst of freshness from a blend of citrus and a light woodsy floral, giving way to hints of cognac. Its middle notes—jasmine and Damascenia rose—give the scent a carefree, summery vibe. Warm base notes of spicy woods and rich leather add a seductive finish.
Ive never been a fan of floral scents, and this one didnt change my view1
This is a lovely scent, but not quite my preference.. but my mother in law totally loved it!!1
the scent was to strong for me . i normally go for the fruity smells and this was more of a musk1
I do not like floral perfume scents. They almost never smell like real flowers. They also give me headaches. I cannot wear this scent. And the description doesn't say it doesn't have musk. It says "woodsy", which I've found in the perfume world means musky, and even the slightest amount of musk makes me feel like I'm gonna puke. The musk in Acquolina Pink Sugar is almost too much sometimes, and it's barely there.1
Do you ever come across scents that smell like they were recycled from the 90's. That's what this one is. Smells like Elizabeth Arden Sunflowers. Not for me.1
This smells really old-lady like (my boyfriend said that without hesitation!). I was not a fan at all. Very musky and strong. So if thats your thing, this is for you!1
I'm not a fan of this perfume. I did not like the smell at all.1
I'll be giving this away. The scent is a little childish for me.1
You that rose scented soap from a discount store like TJ Maxx that's in your great-grandma's bathroom? That's what this smells like. If you like that classic scent and it works for you, this is perfect. Not my style though.1
This is something I can see my Grandmother liking. A little to old lady for me.1