Summary: Rose, I've never really been a huge fan of the smell. Perhaps it is too reminiscent of disappointing childhood mornings when my hopeful hands would anxiously prise open the lid of a jam jar that the day before I had crammed full of stolen rose petals and water. My young mind would be aflame with anticipation, my stomach giddy with excitement.
Summary: I can't help but have a soft spot for Chloé EDP. It was my first "real" perfume when I was 13, 14 & 15 (Who knew one perfume could last me so long!), and since then I've always had a sample or decant of it - so that decade may be the longest running time I've enjoyed one specific scent (even with my tastes evolving). I recently acquired another giant full bottle, and I SOMEHOW still love this fragrance!
Summary: Cute scent. The opening of Chloe is its strong point. It starts off with lots and lots of delicate rose and fragrant litchi. Imagine burying your face in a bouquet of soft, young and fresh roses after just having some litchi tea. Then very soon the peony comes out to support the rose with warmth, but occasionally becoming too loud with freesia in the background. From this point on the fragrance stays linear till the end, and the base notes never had a chance to shine.
Summary: I got a bottle of this for my birthday in October. I love my mum! Upon first spritz I truly love this 2008 Chloe. It is very feminine and sophisticated. Then it changes, albeit fleetingly, into something a little abrasive and tingly to my receptors. I think it is the Freesia which I have noticed does this to me. Thankfully in the dry down it is mostly rose and litchi with some other floral notes which becomes delightful.
Summary: I like a wide range of fragrances but I could not like this. However, I can understand why others might like it. I think it just didn't work with my chemistry. I couldn't get any base notes out of this as the opening shrieks around for a good while, overwhelming everything. The best way I could describe the drydown would be soft roses. That was fine once I got there, however a cheap body spray can do the same thing.
Summary: I am sure it is just my biology fault because each time i smell this fresh from the bottle or from another wearer i tend to feel nauseous about it, but i cannot make out what is it that makes me feel that way.
Summary: I love this one. For me this is one of the most perfect scents ever. It's sophisticated yet sexy and fits almost every occasion. I love this powdery rose! BUT now comes the downside: an ex girlfriend of my boyfriend has this as her signature so I cannot wear it! I just recently met her while Christmas shopping and she smelled so good. Damn it!
Summary: I love roses. I love fragrances that have a vintage feel yet are designed for a modern audience. I love chic bottles to display upon my vanity. I love scents that are distinct. I love perfumes that are sophisticated, ultra feminine, and sassy. Chloe is all of this. I wanted to love Chloe, but I did not. As I was spritzing the card, a little bit of juice jumped onto my hand. Chloe was an instant headache upon first spray. An incredibly strong perfume. I felt nauseous.
Summary: This is my all time fave, I can wear this everyday. This is such a clean, sweet scent! The lasting power is the longest I ever experienced. I just cannot stop sniffing my wrists so I guess I should not wear it to class, but this one is so adorable!