Summary: This one is a fruity floral. It's sweet, quite strong & lasts a long time. It has a kind of cologne-y vibe, which makes me think of men's cologne. I wore this for several years & it is the one perfume I've worn that I've had the most compliments on. I've even had people (guys & girls) stop me randomly to ask me what I'm wearing because it smells good. two thumbs up!
Summary: I really, really loved this perfume's dry down. To steal someone else's phrase... it is 'cozy, rich and warm.. yet sweet." Definitely mysterious but in a warm sensual way, not a cold, un-touchable way. I just wish it would last longer on me. I had to re-apply this several times a day. Oddly enough, it will last through sweating and hand washing during the first hour of wear. But under no circumstances would it last more than two hours.
Summary: I really love this one. To me, it has just the right amount of floral/fruity sweetness blended over a woodsy, musky background. It's funny, because I usually don't like fruit in perfumes very much, but this one doesn't smell "fruity" to me in the traditional sense. Typically when I dislike fruity smells it is because they are too sweet, too cloying and too melony. The pomegranite in this feels darker & richer than most fruit accords I've noticed..
Summary: Euphoria EDP by Calvin Klein is a designer fruity-floral, and unfortunately, I initially dismissed the fragrance and didn’t take the time to properly try it on. However, Euphoria has recently become my friend’s signature scent and it smells wonderful on her. In spite of the available note list, Euphoria has a large dose of patchouli and the fruity-floral part is not overly obnoxious and girly; it’s a sexy “fresh” fragrance suitable for all ages.