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Spring Flower (1996)
by Creed


Spring Flower information

Year of Launch1996
AvailabilityIn Production
Average Rating
(based on 154 votes)

People and companies

Parent CompanyCreed

About Spring Flower

Created by Creed in the mid-eighties for Audrey Hepburn and launched to the public in 1996, three years after her death.

Spring Flower fragrance notes

  1. Top Notes
  2. Heart Notes
  3. Base notes

Reviews of Spring Flower

I'm normally a fan of fruity florals, however, in this case, I really have to agree with the review "Spring Flower" gets in the "A-Z Guide to Perfume." The weirdest thing is that this perfume smells exactly like what I thought it would smell like based on that review, so again, I probably should have known better than to try this. I am trying it from a sample (thank goodness), I didn't actually blind buy this. And, I don't recommend that anyone blind buy this, ever! Like Luca Turin (or maybe it was Tonya) said, this perfume is just hideous. It's way too sweet and fruity, I don't eve know where the flowers are supposed to be! And (*gasp*) it LINEAR! So, the super sweet fruity top notes aren't even fading out or disappearing!
Apparently they say that the people at Creed had this one specially made for a famous actress, who supposedly wears it as her signature scent! They don't really say who the actress is though, so for all I know that story was made up to sell bad perfume! If the story is true, I guess I'm kind of insulting the actress, but honestly, I just can't like this perfume! A lot of things from Bath and Body Works smell better, and aren't expensive! So I say, save your money. Also, I'm not all that impressed with Creed so far based on this one scent. That's a shame though, because I love their bottles!
30th December, 2015
Hmm...don't love it, don't hate it. But certainly not worth the $$. In general, I have trouble with peach notes as I haven't yet found a fragrance that presents it in a natural way. Unlike some others I have smelled - esp Jo Malone's Nectarine Blossom & Honey - this one is thankfully not headache inducing. But still far too fruit-candy sweet for my taste. If you like very very sweet, very fruity perfumes, then you will like this. If you were expecting floral, you will be disappointed as others have mentioned. I must add, though, that the opening is the disappointing part for me, but the dry down is actually quite nice.
30th November, 2015
Oviatt Show all reviews
United States
This is prettiness personified--a light fruity floral with the house's signature ambergris giving it some heft. With its jasmine/rose heart, this could easily drift into Joy territory, but it is too light and fruity for that. This is perfect for a young woman's first perfume or for any woman who wishes to smell fresh and sweet and--as the name suggests--like springtime. Easy to wear, nice to smell on someone. Given the way that vintage L'Interdit and Le De smelled, I cannot think that this would have been dense enough for Audrey Hepburn, certainly later in her life.
10th June, 2015

It is a CREED,what can you expect?It smells UNIQUE.You don't wear it if you are not ready for a bouquet of compliments!An Irresistible combination of Grace and Beauty and An optimistic and confident Fresh-Fruity fragrance.
Awakening,Elegant,Radiant,Youngish, Elaborate,Expensive,Refreshing,Joyful and Exclusive.

A Chic and Romantic scent that is both Fresh and Sweet,due Fruity and Succulent top notes that blend into a Sweet heart of Rose and Clean and Soft base is made of Musk and Amber.This Particular combination is an Elixir of the senses and epitomizes casual sensuous but i think the secret of the success SPRING FLOWER is a Natural Freshness that I seldom find in a perfume.

This Delightful EDP is the essence of a Spring Flower Garden and reminds me a spring rainy day when the rain stops and the sun come back and everything seems to come back alive.this scent is Excellent for SPRING/SUMMER. Beautiful and Lovely for DAYTIME or OFFICE wear.I recommend it to a Young Lady (Between 20/30 years old) who is trying a New cologne or wanting a new scent.


Longevity?Lasts and Lasts.

Thank You CREED.

09th June, 2015
Okay, when I first smelled this in my local Neiman Marcus, I was like "Meh." Nothing too groundbreaking. I went back to it about a year later, to give it a second chance, and fell in love with it. This scent is a fruity floral scent. It is heavy on Peach, Jasmine, Apple, and Rose, when I smell it. I think it should be called "Spring Fruit" though, as on my skin, the flower takes a back seat to the fruit. I bought a 2.5oz for about $290, and it was worth every penny. This bottle comes with an adorable Pink and Green ribbon around the top. It looks great on my vanity, and smells amazing. If this reminded me of anything, it was an old shampoo I used to use, that they don't make anymore. Obviously waaaay nicer though. I would not recommend blind-buying something this expensive though. Definitely sniff it out first. But it truly is sweet <3
07th April, 2015
Genre: Fruity Floral

Spring Flower opens with blindingly bright, artificial fruit notes and not much flower in evidence. As the scent develops, it remains a mélange of citrus, watermelon, and aquatic notes. In fact, it reminds me a bit of Millésime Impérial, though far less poised and natural.

The fruit sharpens dramatically over the first half of an hour, becoming very tart, so that the whole thing smells like a lemon drop. Still nothing particularly floral in there! Instead, Spring Flower remains fake-fruity, with an unpleasant chemical edge, and winds up remarkably cheap smelling and generic. I refuse to believe that Audrey Hepburn ever wore this shoddy mess of a fragrance.
03rd July, 2014 (last edited: 06th July, 2014)

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