Summary: If you have chloe edp and your bottle not yet become tarnished, you can put on some clear nail polish to cover the metal part of the bottle. I've done it on my chloe and it worked, although not look so perfect but it's better than your chloe became tarnished. Hope this tip useful.
Summary: Very fresh and floral fragrance ! <3 - I have a friend that uses this perfume and i think it is perfect for teenagers and young ladies ... - very delicated if used with moderation ... - very long lasting... - It is not a sweet fragrance .
Summary: I used to like the smell of Chloe, especially Intense version, but after years (only today i met it 6 times on several women and it always smells the same, no body chemistry variety) it just smells like agressive sour dish soap to me. My taste changed, not only smell, also of appearance. I started to dislike (not like i ever liked) overpolished, overstylish, fake... It has a social context.
Summary: It has a classic vibe going for it. Feels vintage made modern. Sophisticated and bright, it goes well with a crispy white shirt or pastels. I always imagine someone wearing this in ridiculously expensive casual wear. It reminds me of new things. The initial smell you get from opening something brand new. Like a new handbag, shoes... with a hint of florals. An "airy" fragrance reminding me of white open and clean spaces somehow.
Summary: If Chanel No. 5 and Stella got together and had babies, Chloe EDP would be their firstborn. It's a soapy, clean, sophisticated, classic rose, one of those fragrances that slowly blends in with your skin until you can't be sure whether you applied it or whether you came into this world smelling like a rose. Go anywhere with it, be anything.
Summary: I think I previously confused this scent with its intense version, because when I've tested it today, I couldn't believe how lovely it is. Gentle, feminine, ladylike and charming. Delicate bouquet of flowers. Plus absolutely lovely bottle.
Summary: To me, Chloe EdP oscillates between a soapy and a delicate rosy scent. I smell a hint of sweetness in the opening (perhaps litchi). It is no longer detectable in the midnotes, where the powdery rose takes centre stage. The perfume becomes floral, clean, with a hint of balsam (maybe I'm smelling amber), which fades toward the basenotes, where rose, again, is dominant. Chloe is a pastel fragrance, soft, unobtrusive, yet deep in its layers and strong in tenacity.
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 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. The top notes remind me of Bright Crystal whereas the heart notes and dry down are closer to See by Chloe.