A floral composition throughout that is dominated by lilac and rose; the latter being a rather dull and colourless specimen.
The drydown adds touches if white florals, lily-of-the-valley predominantly, but cyclamen and orris give it a slightly green slant that prevents the sweetness from being anything else but restrained and unobtrusive. The base adds a woodsy undertone towards the end.
In get moderate sillage with good projection and seven hours of longevity on my skin.
A spring scent that sports a promising mix but that is resulting in a blend that lacks vividness and that is a tad middle-of-the-road. Not bad but not enticing either. 2.75/5.
A dusty bouquet stuck in a fog bank? This not-so-forbidden floral is a teeming bouquet of past date flower buds that comes off as dewey or watery yet simultaneously powdery because of the orris and heliotrope. The common as rainwater vanilla sandal base keeps the greenery from biting. It's a decent fragrance but it's also annoying in that intentionally demure way.
Resembles L’Eau D’Issey or one of it's editions. This one is more flowery and less musky. I usually don't use very flowery frags, I like more extreme things, but Fleur D'Interdit *sounds* very wearable and pleasant to me. I'll probably find me a bottle :)
i love this scent. it reminds me of high school days. but it is hard to find nowadays
Very sweet melon scent to my nose. I have seen raspberry included in the notes for this. It dries down to a pleasant dry musk. When I wear this everyone asks me about it. I lke the fact that it is so different from anything else. The jasmine and cyclamen must be the top notes. A green aspect keeps it from being too sweet.