Summary: Wow! Comforting and warm and gentle and sophisticated. On me, the vanilla, peach, and florals are quite beautiful. It could hardly knock someone over as it behaves so mindfully and properly. This would most certainly work on a woman of any age and is signature worthy, but I have so many other fragrances that I can't stick to just one!
Summary: I just received this today. I was a tad skeptical as I have tried Brit and London. Both of the latter had a note in them that I couldn't tolerate. This classic one is wonderful! I love it. For some reason I was compelled to wear a plaid shirt today.
Summary: This is a perfect fragrance to wear when you can't make up your mind on what to wear: Uncomplicated but not simplistic, unobtrusive and close to the skin, it won't offend anyone and you will enjoy the whiffs you will catch throughout the day. To my nose, it's a fruity floral vanilla with a base of woods. All the notes are perfectly balanced, nothing shouts or hogs the composition, it's just a nice go to fragrance.
Summary: This one, for me, is the "no brainer". If I'm not sure what I'll be doing for the day or whom I might see, this is my "go to" scent. It is Very Lovely and really quite perfect for any time and any situation. It is not Very loud but I can smell it for a long time and I really enjoy the scent.
Summary: I was SO looking forward to trying this one out and it turned out absolutely awful on me. I was sick of it as soon as it hit my skin, and after 3 hours it had to be washed off. Smelled old, the opposite of modern or interesting. Headache-material, no peach to be found.
Summary: I'm not hard to please, but unfortunately all I could smell was pepper with a burnt wood smell. None of the other notes made it through - no peach, no fruits, no vanilla. With so many good reviews I wish I knew why it didn't work for me.....maybe this was not suited to my skin.
Summary: Burberry for women veers a little masculine (pleasantly so, wood & cassis) in the beginning, but dries down to vanilla/fruit cuddliness — I smell mostly peach and a little pear with a lingering trace of the burst of blackcurrant in the top notes. The cedarwood is present from top to drydown, and it feels quite dry and lends a touch of sobriety to this sweet concoction, saving it from becoming overly dessert-like.