I really liked VC&A Carmine Lily (I don't think that is the precise name) when I sampled it. It had a lushness and an airiness at the same time. It was a little bit spicy and and a little bit sultry and a little bit magical. That one sticks out in my mind. I'll have to think about this and post again because I am a floral girl, so I'm sure I have lots to talk about. I'll be interested in others' posts. I love all florals from lush and humid to light and airy. I always think of late winter/early spring as the perfect time for Diorissimo. Utter stinkers for me usually have more to do with the bases than the floral notes. If your florals have been big and white maybe you should change to something a little darker and slightly dryer - like violet, though it is fleeting. What is Voile de Violette about? That sounds interesting.