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Whether you’re a bride-to-be or a perennial bridesmaid (we feel your pain, lady), Oscar de la Renta’s Something Blue is an elegant wear-anywhere scent. Featuring lush floral notes, the feminine blend has enough staying power to last from the first dance to the bouquet toss—or just morning coffee to evening nightcap. Fittingly, the chic vintage-looking bottle includes a removable engraved ring.
the description of the scent is always more appealing than the actual scent. To me this smells like something my grandma would wear. Just not for me.1
it has a unique fragrance, which is almost alluring, but it just isn't my style.1
I prefer a light, fresh, and clean fragrance. This is too strong. I'd be embarrassed to wear it. I think it would offend people.1
Light, feminine, crisp floral. Love it. Stays without being overpowering.5
I love this floral perfume. As a wedding planner, it really does evoke the wedding scene. Great, long lasting smell will stay on your all through the special day!5
Wonderful scent, love the product. However, probably will not spend the money.5
I loved the smell! A light squirt of the perfume and I smelled fabulous after a heavy workout.4
A lovely scent that's not excessively feminine or overpowering; I really like it. Glad to have received the sample in my box! Will be using it all up before I decide to splurge for the full-size version...5
I didn't really care for this scent. I usually go for more floral scents and this one was more on the musky side. It reminded me of a scent an older woman would probably wear.3
I love fragrances like this - light and citrusy, but with some musky depth and spiciness - but I already have a bunch so I'm going to hold off on purchasing this one for now. Nevertheless, what I especially like about this parfum is that there's a strength to the floral and citrus notes (making it more sophisticated, or even "bridal" as is apparently intended), but it's not at all overpowering (I get no hint of alcohol.) It's a very balanced scent and even though it feels relatively "grown up" to my nose, it's light enough for spring and summer.4