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The name is one clue: this fragrance is all about the florals. The bright fruity opening note, courtesy of pear and lotus blossom, is just the opening act for a procession of sweetly floral rose, peony, and slightly musky. Plus, the light pink packaging and pink gold band are fittingly feminine — leave it to Ferragamo to make us feel more like a lady!
It was way to strong and I am not a floral purfume fan and it was to flowerly1
I'm very particular about fragrances. This one was fine, but not very distinct. smelled like any other designer floral scent perfume.2
It smelled good in the container; however, once I sprayed it, I didn't like it as much. Also, it wasn't something I could smell within minutes of using it.2
Just not my style of scent - I prefer more earthy, musky scents - this was too light and floral for me.2
Well, I did love it, but I will treasure the sample size or ask for it as a gift because it's a tad on the expensive side for me.5
it is a little too powdery for me. I prefer fruitier or spicy fragrances.3
It has a nice clean summery or spring feel to it. But on me I would rate it as too perfumey, period. D&G Light Blue or Kate Spade Twirl smell good on me.2
Really enjoy it. Totally different from what I would pick, but once I put it on, I fell in love.4
It's hard to get me to switch fragrances. Right now, I'm addicted to Kai. This has some similar notes, but I'm not 100% sold yet. It may grow on me. I did immediately take to your sample of Kate Spade's Twirl, so thank s for introducting me to that!3
The same old too sweet, fruty-floral dreck we've been seeing for a few years now. Cloying and uninteresting. On me, it would have been a scrubber, had it not faded so quickly.1