Dreams and Visions (2011)
by A Wing and a Prayer Perfumes

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Dreams and Visions information

Year of Launch2011
GenderShared / Unisex
AvailabilityIn Production
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About Dreams and Visions

Dreams and Visions is a shared / unisex perfume by A Wing and a Prayer Perfumes. The scent was launched in 2011

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Reviews of Dreams and Visions

There is one review of Dreams and Visions.
A nice natural perfume from a small Etsy perfumer. I expected the mimosa that I know from L'Artisan's Mimosa Pour Moi, but that's not what Dreams & Visions smells like. Instead, the mimosa and the other notes come together to smell to me like honey. On first application, there's a brightness that sort of reminds me of citrus, but it's quickly replaced by what smells to me like Red Hot cinnamon candies. I'm usually very wary of that Red Hot candy note, because it almost always takes a perfume into Christmas candle territory, but it's actually quite interesting here, brightening the vague honey smell. Also, though I'm probably making it sound like a gourmand, it really isn't. The candy cinnamon is more of a spice than a sweet, and the honey smell that I get is more flowery and savory than literal and edible.

All in all, I've had fun wearing Dreams & Visions for a few days now, but I'm not sure I'll ever be completely won over by anything with that candy cinnamon smell in it. It deserves a thumbs up, but I don't think I need a full bottle. Then again, it leaves me curious about the rest of the Wing & A Prayer line.
14th July, 2012

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