Nicole Miller is a grown up lady. This is a rather complex floral, containing these notes:
Aldehydes, Heliotrope, Plum, Peach, Rose, Tuberose, Ylang-Ylang, some honey and sandalwood. There must be more, but this is what I can identify.
This can be worn anytime, even to the office.
A gorgeous fragrance that is way above its price range. Its opening is maybe a little sharp and may turn some people away, but just wait a few minutes and all the grandeur of this perfume comes to life. Floral but with a sttuborn green note that anchors the lighthearted floral notes (rose, jasmine and ylang) and gives the perfume a well balance heart with tuberose and orris giving a nice powdery feeling that is balanced with the sweetness of honey. So well done up to here, but it is the drydown what makes this scent a winner, a nice woody background sweeten by vanilla, amber and coumarin. Reminds me a lot of very expensive fragrances but this could be had for just a few dollars. Men should be able to wear this with aplomb
My thumb is pointing the skies
Warm, honeyed tuberose and ylang make this fragrance like sunshine on a winter day. Not for the haute perfumistas, but for women who want to smell nice and be happy. Nice ambery drydown.
This does smell very similar to Poeme. However, it is a bit lighter, the sillage is not as strong and more noticeably it does not have Poeme's incredible staying power.
In short it a tamed version of Poeme, perfect for those who find that pefume overpowering.
16th August, 2010 (last edited: 26th August, 2010)
This is a fruity floral, but not a juvenile fruit, rather mature but with a youthful flare. Reminds me quite a bit of Tresor, except the peach here is half strength and pear added (to my nose at least). I do prefer this over Tresor, since it is not as heavy handed, and there is a youthful edge to it, almost like a 40 something year old woman that looks like she is in her early 30s. Buy it, especially if you find it hard to love Tresor because of its sometimes cliche nature. RECOMMENDED.