Summary: Diorella is a very Mediterranean perfume, and truly reminds me of Grasse and the surrounding area, including the perfumerâ€™s home and garden (which I visited in 2009). It also reminds me of a perfume that his son, Michel Roudnitska created way into the future - Eau Emotionelle - also playing on the cantaloupe-jasmine-ionone theme, but in oil-pain strokes rather than the sheer aquarelle of his father's.
Summary: I spotted this fragrance coming back from Berlin, i regretted not buying it at the airport as i was unable to buy this anywhere in the UK it seems. I was over the moon to find that my boyfriend found it and treated me, what a hero! I find that within the first 10 minutes the fragrance is pretty strong and has a very classic dior scent, i worried that the base notes are too strong, however once it settles it becomes beautifully fresh and uplifting.
Summary: A hard to find but long standing favourite of mine which used to be "my" signature scent and now that FragranceX have made it available again I'm loving the way I smell. Sophisticated but not heavy.
Pros: Draws Compliments, Great Smell, Long-Lasting, Not Overpowering, Sensual
Summary: Much has been said about Diorella, so I'll be very brief: It's one of the nicest perfumes ever. Roudnitska said it was his best, proudest creation and I agree with him. So French, so fresh, so vibrant! Even the recent reformulation could not destroy much of Diorella's magic. Adorable.
Summary: Beautiful- lovely - uplifting. It evokes a happy feeling for me. The citrus keeps it cheerful. Pleasantly harmonious. I do think the lasting power ought to be better, but nothing wonderful lasts forever. Edit- lol- Dh was like you smell like ketchup, have u been eating ketchup? Turns out the faded version of this smells exactly like ketchup on me!
Summary: In the kingdom Dior used to live a nice girl, called "Cinderella". She was a poor afflicted girl who was tormented and exploited by stepmother and stepsisters. The butler of the house Mr Edmond and his charming Mrs. Roudnitska, had pity on the little poor girl and they decided to help her.
Summary: I've loved this fragrance for years.... haven't worn it in a while but I will again. I started wearing it when I was in 19, in Scotland as an exchange students. It is a feminine version of Eau Sauvage; that's part of what I love about it. A crisp, but feminine, summery scent. Perfect with crisp white blouses and black cropped slacks....simple and elegant.
Summary: This is one of my favourites, I wore it in the 80s, and where I live it was not available until very recently. My daughter, who buys me a surprise scent from a range of several of my old faves every Christmas (which I pay for as she is still young) knew that this meant a lot to me, so when it became available again, she chose it for me. I am so happy to have it. It smells beautiful on me once it settles.