Agree with other comments, the storyline and notes set one up for something quite different than what the scent actually is -- namely a rather young, innocent scent. Lily of the valley done with a fresh dewy green backdrop. I don't get any gourmand notes (thankfully). I don't see a connect between the target market and the product here. Mainstream, sweet, chirpy.
Good grief – the blows irony strikes to truth in advertising. This one should be called Baby's Breath. It's a light, airy (them aldehydes) floral which can be easily worn in the summer when the nose is drawn towards simple, uncomplicated things. Mainly a scrubbed jasmine and orange blossom combo, though there's lily-of-the-valley in the opening. Sluggers like patchouli and chocolate mentioned in the notes are so far back in the mix, I don't really get them. There are undoubtedly dozens like this around, but I still find it charming.
A fragrance that perfectly fits its name. You don't have to get her wrong, she's a good girl...
A clean floral fragrance (mainly lily of the valley and jasmine) of little (very little) interest.
As an old motto used to say: Good girls go to heaven, Bad girls go anywhere...
19th June, 2011 (last edited: 04th August, 2011)
A sharp blast of sweetness accompanied by aldehydes greets you on this one. Becomes a heavy floral as it progresses. Very feminine, but overall not that interesting and just too heavy on the florals. A little powdery as well, which for me, when combined with florals is just too much.
I'm beginning to think that if the fragrances didn't have names that got people talking, these fragrances wouldn't sell or get anyone interested.
This is remarkably similar to 'pleasures'. I assume the 'pleasures' girl doesn't swallow either.