I found the rose in this Stella perfume quite mild and calm for a potentially explosive flower like that.
The fragrance won't change much, but just because of that, it invites to smell deeper.
It's warm and reassuring, ideal for situations in not-too crowded places, with more intimacy than clatter.
susieq813 is right: sample it before you buy it, and since you're at it, grab a spoon, because you're in for an edible trip.
Angel is the typical fragrance that raises the question: is she wearing the perfume or the perfume wearing her?
Other than patchouli, the list of notes is long enough for anyone to smell something different all the time.
Can A Thierry Mugler perfume smell normal? Of course not. Fig is there in all its sweetness and sourness with a little bit of salty caviar.
If this is not dense and creamy I don't know what that is.
It starts softly, then rose gradually builds up, but there's more stuff in it. Idylle won't shout loud, its tone is soft but still quite assertive.
A fragrance to use in copious quantities, it pulls a little too much towards the feminine side at times, but maybe it's just me.
If you're not put off by the millions of people that wore it before you, it's still a super-fresh and clean thing to spray.
Valentina Valentino feels like your ordinary sweet floral at first whiff, but after a while tuberose gets slightly sour, and then - which is more interesting - a tone that is between bitter and green.
Enough to make it stand out in the pretty populated country of sweet-florals.