The essence of femininity in a bottle.Dolce is a beautiful floral fragrance with a pleasant freshness and lightness.an epitome of elegance and delicacy.it is that cool crisp early foggy morning air you catch while standing in front of a small lake filled with white water lilies.the kind of scent that lifts your spirits and never lets you down.very feminine and delicate with a hint of sophistication.Fresh,Watery, Clean,Soapy,Gentle,Musky,Dependable,Floral,Subtle, Positive and Completely Inoffensive.
The water lily fuses with the neroli into a lovely hybrid that smells fresh and clean and then sweetens up just a bit with the touch of orange blossom.the base is a pale woody musk finished in warm.sunny tones slightly earthy.in fact the dry down becomes a gentle soft feminine scent.a very interesting mix and not truly boring or sickly like so many fresh perfumes.it smells like a leafy mixed spring bouquet.
Dolce is easy to wear and great for office wear,a casual day out or by the pool.i also would say this could easily be wor by ane age woman.it conjures up the image of feathery light kisses.
Longevity?About 4 hous on my skin.
Sweet and sophisticated fresh floral - without being 'old' or dated. Watery, airy qualities - without losing potency. And that's where its strength lies. It has pretty decent lasting power for being such a light and aquatic scent. There's nothing necessarily unique about this - I'm not sure I could pick it out in a lineup of similar fragrances, but it is nice.
This fragrance is very nice.
A fresh-fruity mix of top notes that develops into a white floral drydown. There is a gently-sweetish maple-like hint in the background that is, however never really cloying or overwhelming on my skin.
In the base there is a change towards a white musk, that I find to be a bit dull and synthetic. I get moderate sillage, good projection and five hours of longevity.
My main issue in this scent, which is suitable for spring, is the overall generic nature of its components. It is quite pleasant, but not more. 2/5.