Reviews and Problems with Elizabeth Arden True Love
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My First GrandBaby
21 October 2013
Summary: True Love...what a poetic name for a perfume. I'm such a cynic. I'll roll my eyes admitting I wear this simply because of the name. But I always say we don't wear the label or the name, we wear the fragrance. I can't let it influence me. True Love is a powdery floral reminiscent of roses that are sweet and would not offend a baby. It's gentle, clean with a woodsy hint of spices, with a hint of vanilla, similar to Love's Baby Soft.
Summary: This is the only perfume I have used sence I was first introduced to it many years ago.....so excited to find it on your sight. I feel romantic, beautiful and very much a woman when I have it on. I think it is a classic like Challimar that my mother wore.
Summary: I have been using "True Love" since Elizabeth Arden first introduced it. It is the only perfume I can wear without it getting stronger, causing headaches or having other reactions to it. People are always asking what brand and fragrance I'm wearing.
Pros: Clean & Fresh, Draws Compliments, Get a lot of compliments, Great Smell, Great Value, Long-Lasting, Not Overpowering, Sensual, Sexy
Summary: This is my signature scent. I am the type of woman who goes for the lacy romantic look, whether it is in fashion or not - cotton button-down-the-middle skirts with a lacy underskirt, peasant tops and poet's shirts. This scent fits me so well. When I smell it, I think of lying in a field of wildflowers with a book of Blake or Keats poetry and a bottle of well-chilled Cabernet Blush.
Summary: I use True Love perfume anytime of the day, and instantly when I spray it on I feel like royality as though I have a crown on my head like a princess from Egypt. There is no other perfume I enjoy using more than True Love.
Pros: Clean & Fresh, Draws Compliments, Great Smell, Great Value, Long-Lasting, Sensual