Like the other Imaginary Authors warm-weather brethren I've tried (Falling Into the Sea and Mosaic), The Soft Lawn has a refreshing opening involving citrus, but it takes on a geener, grassier character, as its name suggests, likely provided by the moss and floral notes. The vetiver comes out a little bit more in the dry down. I could see this as easily being worn by a woman as a man, and while that versatility is often a plus and the mark of a great fragrance, it isn't flattering enough on me for me to consider buying a bottle, even at IA's generally-agreed-to-be-reasonable pricing.
Longevity is decent, not great for an EDP---almost a skin scent after 7.5 hours, a workout, and shower. Interesting in its own right like Falling Into the Sea and Mosaic, this warm-weather offering by IA is worth trying, but that'd be it for me.
5 out of 10
03rd February, 2015 (last edited: 05th February, 2015)