There is a definite note of panties here - some love it, some cannot stand it.
I, too, got this one because of the bottle. It cost next to nothing.
It's not bad, not at all. It's a flowery generic one with a loud note of blackcurrant in the opening - then it settles down into a perfect non-offensive every day scent.
An expensive version of Johnson & Johnson baby powder.
Nicole Miller is a grown up lady. This is a rather complex floral, containing these notes:
Aldehydes, Heliotrope, Plum, Peach, Rose, Tuberose, Ylang-Ylang, some honey and sandalwood. There must be more, but this is what I can identify.
This can be worn anytime, even to the office.
Overwhelming lemon meringue.
Someone told me that dead people smell like violets. This perfume smells like dead people. (No, I don't see dead people!)
What's the point with this? I get violets, violets and violets.
Another civet monster!
This is yummy. Very sexy, very animalistic. Coty never fails to surprise me - and this is one of Coty's jewels.
Put on that red ress, high heels and go prowling. If you are brave, that is.
The instant association is pink bubblegum, which just lasts and lasts.
This isn't bad - it's just not for me. Too sweet, too much.
This is the smell of a horny sailor.
It's composed of salt and is musty and sweaty. I would have expected more from the brand. Alas, I don't understand this at all.
This one is all about white flowers and carnation, if my nose is correct.
I really like how Demeter succeeded with the woodsy note - that's the coffin, right?
The thing is: this does smell like a funeral, and like foetidus says: it lasts longer than Demeter fragrances usually do.
If I want to smell like fabric softener, I'll take a bath in Snuggles. This is ridiculous - why buy this when soap is more longlasting and cheaper?
The notes in this don't interact at all. It's 100 dogs howling - hello, Miss Migraine!
This isn't a perfume; it's Chinese herbal medicine. I dislike this cough syrup with a passion.
The great news is that it lasts, lasts, lasts...