I normally don’t care much for the vanilla / lavender combination, but in Suivez-Moi, the combination works – at least it doesn’t annoy me. Others mention sweet, but this doesn’t strike me as strongly sweet. Suivez-Moi is basically a straightforward, light, short-lived lavender / vanilla fragrance. It’s pleasant, non-synthetic, and non-cloying. It gets softer and more transparent as it ages and becomes a pleasant skin scent for an hour or so… it doesn’t seem to be the EDT strength as it is labeled, but it is an enjoyable version of the vanilla - lavender accord.
As someone noted below it is similar to Le Male, but possibly more similar to the Body Shop Javari in that it is not as smooth or powdery as the former. In it's favour, it's also not as synthetic. Not for me, but if you wished Le Male tipped more towards lavender than vanilla in it's base, you may enjoy this.
Comes off as somewhat odd.... I do not get the sweetness others report. Instead, I get a vanilla/lavender accord whose sweetness is tempered by citrus. This balance doesn't quite work, but it's not terrible either. The citrus wears off, leaving the lavender/vanilla accord for a couple hours. While I have nothing bad to say about Suivez-Moi, this is definitely one of those "diminishment through faint praise" situations.
Thumbs up, because it's not down or sideways.
A classical bergamot splash is followed with lime and lavender. Even at the moment vanilla come up to stage i found this to be a bright idea. But it stays pleasing very short. When vanilla gets lauder lime and vanilla becomes sharp and noxious together.
This is going to be a very short review. This smells exactly like JPG Le Male. Not similar, the same. Which is not a bad thing. I like this a lot.
This is simplistic, but pleasant. The main note is a sort of generic sweetness (vanilla, I suppose, but mostly what I smell is sugar). That's balanced somewhat by a small amount of citrus. It's inoffensive and vaguely enjoyable, but it doesn't last. That's a killer.