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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.
This smells amazing. End of story. I would buy this if i wasn't using the Kate Spade perfume that I just bought.5
This perfume is not my favorite, it seems rather heavy with the floral scent and reminds me of my grandma's perfume- not a good thing!2
This is a light, feminine scent perfect for Spring or Summer. It's floral without being overpowering, and has a clean and pretty scent. It's pretty subtle, too, which I like.5
Lovely light perfume, I put it on right out of the shower and it smelled clean and refreshing.4
I LOVE the smell of this perfume, but it is too expensive for me to buy the regular size.5
It smells so fruity and light. Just enough fragrance you make you feel like a pretty woman. I am definitely purchasing before the month ends for myself. A must have5
I tried a copycat fragrance of it, and smelled this one! Both were fresh and very summertime friendly!5
This smells really great, and, like the blurb says, like you can wear it anywhere. I doubt the staying power -- at the end of the day I can't smell it anymore.4
This perfume had sparking burst of Mandarian and Linden Blossom. It was very light. If you like a lily of the Valley sent then you will love this fragrance. It is a warm and lovely sent.5
I wasn't a huge fan of this scent, and found it to be pretty overpowering. For reference, I tend to prefer lighter, more citrus-y scents. This may be a great perfume for those who prefer a heavier scent (it did last a long time), but definitely not for me.1