Summary: The rose-lychee combination is surprisingly lovely. I love peony, lily of the valley and amber as well, so it's a good fit for me. I have been on the hunt for a romantic rose that isn't putrid and so far this is one of the prettiest I've smelled. Powdery, clean rose. Not romantic per se but still addictive and highly versatile. I'd say it's in the same family of high quality and versatile wearability as Guerlain Idylle.
Summary: Wow, I'm so surprised by all the dislike that's going on in here! Although I can understand where it all comes from: Chloe is a powdery rose scent and both of those notes are pure crowd dividers. You either love or you either hate powder. You either love or you either hate rose - there is no in-between here. So I assume Chloe mostly pleases those of us who like clean, non-sweet, powdery rose scents. Chloe doesn't sell any surprises, you get what you sign for.