This perfume is one of those that is hard to describe based solely on its notes; it is more like the idea of a feeling. The first thought that popped into my head when I smelled this is that this is the idealized smell of an infant's head described by a French writer in the 1940s. There is something 'almost' here, as in 'almost like a Chanel,' or 'almost like Shalimar' - even 'almost like flan.' There is a strong baby powder smell, but it is not powdery in a perfume sense. Just soft, food-like, sweet; really very much the smell of a (sophisticated) baby. It is very well-done. It is a little rum-my (like bread pudding?), but mostly just... elegant. If you like vanilla and French perfumes, you really should try this. I wonder how it would smell on a man?
Pros: Like very, very elegant baby powder
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