Summary: Yes! A soft white floral! Not sharp or stringent. Not overpowering or heady. Just lightly sweetened with orange. It's breezy, summery, bright and clean. This is the type of white floral that even those who don't like white florals may take to.
Summary: Undoubtedly cold and clean as other reviewers have said. It is a sweet floral but unfortunately I don't get the citrus notes and it fades to a skin scent rather quickly. Pleasant but far too ethereal for me.
Summary: THIS IS THE MOST INNOCENT FROM ALL POISONS, BUT IT IS STILL A POISON ;) TO DESCRIBE IT VERY SHORTLY, THIS PERFUME IS SOMETHING LIKE "A GOOD GIRL WITH NAUGHTY THOUGHTS" ))) IF YOU FEEL THAT SOME OTHER POISON IS TOO MUCH FOR YOU, YOU MUST GIVE TO THIS ONE A TRY. COMPLIMENTS YOU'LL GET ANYWAY ;)
Summary: I am not the type for innocent florals. This is floral but it's not so innocent. I quiet like that. In the beginning it smells like fresh cut grass. White florals take the centre stage while amber and sandalwood give it that hidden oomph.
Summary: Pure Poison.... Not much more can be said about this fragrance that hasn't already been said here, but for me Pure Poison and I have a love/hate relationship. On my skin, I get no citrus opening...
Summary: (on white-capped, or "vintage", version) I've been wanting to write a review for Pure Poison for long, but it has been hard. In the end this whole thing sounds more personal than anything. Pardon me for that. When I first started out wearing perfumes I used to love anything white-floral.
Summary: A love story... I met Pure Poison as I was going off to college, her bottle iridescent and ethereal, her scent luminous, warm, intense, radiant. I was head over heels - an elegant rainbow, dressed-up sweet flowers: childhood loves in a grown-up incarnation.
Summary: The opening of Pure Poison is pure bitter orange blossom light, airy, with a little white musk. Then I get tuberose, quite strongly for a while, then jasmine appears...and then they combine into a really lovely gardenia note!