Summary: Wish for a soft perfume with hints of spice powder and musk, encased in an absolutely beautifully romantic bottle and Chopard delivers. This blue juice is gentle at the top yet becomes more persuasive and stronger as it melds with your chemistry. The warmer vanilla is the pervasive note but sadly, Wish lingers only for about two hours or so. For me, this perfume rolls to a quick boil, then simmers down quickly.
Summary: Chopard Wish is sweet. Super sweet. Yet I think Wish is classier & better than celeb scents du jour (Halle, Beyonce, Hillary, Brittany, Mariah, Queen). If you like that range but find the celeb scents too juvenile (no offense - I do), you might sample Wish as an alternative. I noticed some reviews comparing Wish to Angel. On me, Angel is very patchy & Wish is very vanilla.
Summary: Berries, milk, caramel, beeswax, vanilla, wood, what's there not to like? Unfortunately the strange combo of cocount - the dessicated sort sold among spices in supermarkets- and somehow medicinal patchouli ruin it for me.
Summary: Oh my, this is a no-no for me. Just too sugary sweet and the dry down is powdery, which I don't like. Stung my nose and gave me a sinus headache, too, which does not happen often. I do like the interesting diamond shaped bottle, though. I'll stick with Chopard's Casmir.
Summary: Softer version of TM Angel? Hell no. It bears absolutely no resemblance to Angel. Wish is fruity bordering on abrasive. I sprayed a tiny bit on my arm and I cannot wash it off. It is stuck in my nose and I can't get rid of it. Lasting power is outstanding. Generic, boring, unremarkable department store fragrance. Packaging is phenomenal which is why I had to give it 2 lippies.
Summary: This one is nice. I agree with the reviewer below- it needs to 'marinate' on you before the best notes come out. It does last (about 15-30 minutes) close to the skin. Wish isn't too original, but it is not offensive either. I won't purchase because it has a bit too much vanilla for my tastes.
Summary: This does smell a lot like Angel - like a poor imitation of Angel that is. It's not offensive or anything (far from it) I just have a thing about copycat perfumes - I hate them, would never wear them.
Summary: Who said this smells like Angel? Come on now, 'fess up. Please explain to the class how? Okay but seriously... I love Angel, and the only (only!) reason why I thought to try this is because of the "It Smells Like Angel" whisper campaign... but I was completely disappointed. It doesn't *IN THE LEAST* smell like Angel. Not a 'bad' scent, but nothing too extrodinary either. Pretty unremarkable.
Summary: Very similar to Angel. I won't go into the notes and all since Dana did so in her fabulous review below. I love Angel and at first this is very much like it. However after a couple of hours it becomes much more floral than Angel does, at least on me, and the patchouli is not as pronounced and the chocolate smell is absent.
Summary: I must confess to not having smelt this perfume before buying it, the shape of the bottle caught my eye so thought I would give it a go. It looked so elegant and 'blue' when it arrived I was keen to open it and spray the perfume. That was the down side for me I thought it smelt like a cheap perfume you would get from a discount store, was very unimpressed with it and in the end use to spray it daily just to use it up, there was nothing special about this one and will not...