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Plum's topnotes are clearly meant to appeal to fairly mainstream luxury perfume shoppers. It's got that cassis smell that perfumers love to say is plum or just about any other red fruit, mixed with rose and violets and bubblegummy jasmine. There's mint in there as well, probably in an attempt to balance the silly fruitiness (though it ends up smelling like Florabotanica). If I'm making this sound intriguing, it isn't. This smells like any other dumb but expensive fruity floral that comes and goes at Neiman Marcus.
20th June, 2014
|Plum by Mary Greenwell Eau De Parfum .05 oz / 1.5 ml - Vial Sample |
|Plum by Mary Greenwell Candle |
|PLUM by Mary Greenwell 100 ML, 3.4 OZ. EDP, New sealed box |