Summary: Miss Dior Cherie is a simple scent yet my review is quite long because this scent is full of character. It is a fizzy and champagne-like rosy patchouli a la Coco Mademoiselle, which is smoother (caramel) and is a great balance between sweet and savory.
Summary: I smell some baked strawberries dipped in honeysuckle jam. Very warm and comforting fragrance. Its great for spring and summer nights or cold winter days. Its comforting yet has a pop of happy energy to it. Longevity is well into the range of 5 hours (on me). 8+ hours on on clothing
Summary: So incredibly annoying that this one is discontinued. It's a fresh, beautiful, ambery fragrance. I love that the amber base comes through periodically. The newer Miss Dior does not have this quality. If you can get your hands on this one, treasure it!
Summary: I am so heartbroken that this version of Miss Dior Chérie has been discontinued. I'm not sure which version I originally tested but it was definitely not the one pictured above; I suspect it was the latest reformulation — & thought it was one of the most awful fragrances I've ever inhaled.
Summary: Every whiff of Miss Dior Chérie (2005) reminds me of certain feeling of innocence and CHEERFULNESS. A girl with the scent of caramel popcorn on her hair from walking around the carnival amused by the colours she sees and the warm festive lights in a cold December night.
Summary: My new signature fragrance. After searching the internet for a bottle of this I finally received an 100ml bottle which I will savour. The fragrance is beautiful, it starts off with a tangy introduction (from the fruit notes), and slowly mellows out with the popcorn and sweety dry down.
Summary: Like euphorie this wasnt love at first sniff for me either. I liked it. Now that I have worn it more I really like it. The notes that stand out on me the most are mandarin orange, pineapple, patchouli, amber, and rose.