Summary: I love this perfume. My two other favourites are Dior's Forever and Ever and Chloe by Chloe edp. I smell lily of the valley and jasmine. I find it is not very long lasting on my skin, hence I gave it four rather than five. I always feel like a princess wearing it.
Summary: This long forgotten fragrance I use for more than 30 years ! You can't buy it in the department store easy, so it is nice I can buy it on internet . Lilly of Valley in different names and companies still not the same.
Summary: I was looking for a LOTV for the spring and where to go but the Dior counter, especially in a country that offers very limited options? To my surprise Diorissimo opened with a strong blast of heavy, sulphuric, green floral that evoked a huge plant with big, fleshy leaves, crushed stems and some sambac gassiness. It was as loud as Michael Kors's Michael on me. Obviously not what I had in my mind when I thought about those cute flowers and graceful Diorissimo.
Summary: If there is one scent which I wish I had not "waited" to try until too late, it is this one. By "too late" I mean after reformulation. Stuck as I was in old thought molds such as "I don't like white florals", "I don't wear Dior fragrances", that's what I got for my idiotic narrow-mindedness. Because, as it turns out, I *love* white florals, and Dior made some amazing fragrances. Notice past tense.
Summary: This was my mother's fragrance - she loved it and wore it much of the time when I growing up. Back then, it came in a bottle with a "houndstooth" black and white pattern around the bottom and in a similarly patterned outer box. While I love the scent, it has such strong associations with my mom that I've never actually worn it but I can recall the scent as clearly as if she were alive and in the room with me right now.
Excerpt: I use this as my Sunday fragrance when going to church. It is very fresh and clean - it really does smell like lily-of-the-valley! I do not like to experience too much of it, so I use two sprays on my wrists only - it is enough and lasts the whole day. This is not my favorite or the most unique fragrance in my collection, but it is perfect for pious thoughts and mixes well with incense.
Pros: Clean & Fresh, Great Smell, Not Overpowering
Summary: Dior Diorissimo is my go-to pretty princess scent. From 1956, she is very much a product of her wholesome, innocent era. She goes well with pearls and a sweater set. Warning, you may be accidentally transformed into a princess you want when you wear her. Princess Diana, Princess Grace, This fragrance is an obvious choice for a spring or summer wedding scent.
Summary: The scent is heaven, like walking through a field in Spring. However, it lasts very little and I don´t quite understand why they haven´t made the Eau de Parfum, which it would do the trick. The packaging is too simple and plain and doesn´t reflect the beauty of the scent.
Summary: I love this fragrance, it is the most authentic jasmine scented anything I've ever tried. The scent is really light and doesn't bother me/give me headaches/etc (I can't stand heavier smelling fragrances). While it is light and doesn't seem to stick for very long, I don't mind that because that's not what I look for in a fragrance.