Summary: I blind buy A LOT; usually unsuccesfully. I am by no means a fragrance connoisseur; i know the difference between toillette and parfum but more importantly (to me), I know what I like and Chloe Love is not it. I think it's the powdery floral combination...
Summary: First of all,I think the name fits perfectly,or with more words I agree love smells like Love! I call it soapy floral,longevity is great,complexity is there,great ingedients as we expect from an expensive Chloe perfume, are fair.For me is a transportation to my childhood,I don't know what note is...
Summary: I smelled this once and while I knew instantly that it wasn't for me I can see the appeal in this unusual fragrance. It isn't very popular where I am and for many that's a good thing because who wants to smell like a copy of every other woman or man right?
Summary: In high school my friend used to wear this everyday; it is unique like her. All a kind of retro yet natural quirkyness, polka dots and soft silk and rosy cheeks.The floral smells were the classicness of her look, and the pink pepper was the way she stood out.
Summary: A very powdery floral that I find to be similar to Elizabeth Arden's True Love, but whereas True Love is a powdery rose, Love, Chloe is a powdery lilac. I find it to be beautiful and innocent, but unfortunately it doesn't seem to last long on me.
Summary: This perfume is way too much for me! Super strong and gives me a headache. I have a brand new 1.7oz bottle with the box. I sprayed it one time to smell it and thats it. Let me know if anyone would like to swap!!
Summary: I like this. There is something very familiar about it. Although it is not listed, I get a strong violet and green notes at first, must be all the purple flowers in it. Then the rice comes through and softens it down a bit.