Summary: "Blooming Bouquet" is yet another of those Miss Dior flankers I can't take apart...well, this one was released in 2014 and features mandarin in the top notes (this mandarin smells better than the one in Bulgari's "Indian Garnet"), a bit of peach/apricot, a very light rose and some white musk. It's a light, discreet scent for summer, and with its pretty bouquet of flowers accented with fresh overtones, this scent is soft and clear at the same time.
Summary: I bought this because it was economical and I wanted to make sure that I liked the scent. My recommendation is to place the fragrance on fabric and not your skin because the scent doesn't last for long when placed on skin....
Summary: I love this fragrance, but in the Eau de Toilette it doesn't have a long staying power, at least not on me. I have never experienced this with any other Eau de Toilette fragrances before. It only lasts a few short hours. When or if they release it in the parfume version, along with a body cream/lotion I will definitely purchase it again.
Summary: I bought a Dior perfume from department store and used up last week. I try to find the same product from Amazon. When I received this product I was disappointed. First, the brand sticker is not in the correct position, it's not straight on the bottle. In addition, I can't open the cover easily and there is no brand mark on the cover or bottle. Finally, some of perfume spray out when I want to turn on the cover and the fragrance not smell as good as expectation.
Summary: I absolutely love this perfume, it's light and smells clean with a flower scent. The smell is not overpowering at all. It does not last all day but I don't mind since I like it when the perfume smell fades and there is a slight scent. They do sell this in department stores in the USA, Nordstrom, to be exact, maybe they didn't before but I know for a fact that they do now.
Summary: I love this item! Unfortunately it is not sold in America. Only in selected European cities and Asia. The sales lady in Paris, FR told me that the product is targeted for the Asian market. I like it because it is light and floral and not as deep as the regular Dior Cherie. I am in my mid 20s and I feel this scent is fitting for my age.