An ever so slightly more interesting (aargh!) fruity floral thanks to the peony, overall though this is mind-numbingly dull and similar to those millions of other citrusy/pink-white florals that are lining the shelves of your average high street shop. So safe, so stereotypical. Had higher hopes for this one.
This perfume smells as if I spilled forest fruit tea on myself. I fully agree with Ms Rochambeau's review. I would like to find this scent on a child, rather than a grown woman. However the lasting power is tremendous, despite the fact that the scent stays quite close to the skin. I could still smell it on my skin in the morning, after about 15 hours from application!
For me, the pretty, pink packaging was the tipoff...just one more fruity/floral blah, blah. blah, boring disappointment. And with this, commercial perfumery continues its mission to dumb-down the experience of the average perfume consumer.