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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 Joie’s refreshing new 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.
Too floral for my taste - I wear fragrance once in awhile but prefer something greener.2
I did not love this scent but I am just very particular with perfume! I prefer sweet, vanilla-y scents.2
I'm not a huge fan of very floral scents. If you like rose, then this is for you. It did linger for a long time, but I didn't get so much of the mandarin or sandalwood. The rose note was just too strong for me and it lasted a while so it was hard to ignore. Overall, good lasting power, but not a good thing if you don't like the scent.2
I really didn't like the smell of this perfume. My daughter wasn't a fan either2
This scent would be perfect for my mother. It has a floral scent that's not sweet. It's more of an old floral scent that's pretty strong.2
I'm picky when it comes to perfumes only because so many of them smell like straight alcohol to me. This one really wasn't much different. I like very few perfumes, mainly Beyonce's Heat and Britney Spears' Fantasy. This may be a lovely scent for some, but for me it just hurt my nose.2
To me, it smelled like old lady perfume. Definitely not a scent I would choose for myself.2
I personally did not like the scent of this perfume. I thought it was a little overwhelming.2
It was a nice enough fragrance but not for me. I like a more natural smell. On someone else I might like it, but not on myself. The sample was not in a spray form of which I prefer. And it was much to floral for my taste!2
Too strong for me as I tend to have issues with most scents and only can stand products with an incredibly subtle one, which this is not the case for.2