Summary: I bought this product from P. Trading LLC and it did not arrive in the original box but in a white, pen written box. This was supposed to be a gift and since I must admit I bought it in the nick of time I had to give the person something else because I was not going to give a perfume that looked as if I had stolen it from the store.
Summary: Despite the interesting notes they listed (top: black cherry, bergamot, red berries, and almond. middle: Bulgarian and Turkish rose, licorice, and smoked black tea. base: aniseed, tonka bean, vanilla, iris, and patchouli) it smells more like a typical fruity mall perfume than anything else. It really lacks interest and character. The overall impression is sweet, fruity, and vapid. A disappointing offering from such a great perfume house.
Summary: Wow. This is a huge mess on my skin. Some cherry coke and lemon opening soon to be mixed with Greek ouzo or Turkish raki -basically anise overdose and connotations of a sad hangover. All in a bakery setting. Congrats Guerlain.
Summary: ok this review is for the drugstore version which is quite common in stores, not for the first version which is absolutely inovative and pleasant... why o why does everything in the perfume industry have to be spoiled? after the beautiful LPRN limited version,which was quite a (sweet) surprise but ever so Guerlainesque (sweet syrup cherries and marzipane) which was a very good scent and idea overall , indeed, one has to suffer from poor rersemblance of the...
Summary: I was intrigued by the notes in this (black cherries, rose, patchouli, tea), but... it smells like Hall's cherry cough drops, and it never really goes away. Every once in a while there's an intriguing hint of tea and smoke and anise, which makes me think this is supposed to be Guerlain's gateway drug for my generation and lead us to bigger and better Guerlainade. Cough drops.
Summary: Would be more aptly named La Petite Lollipop Red. Once you get over the disconnect, it is not bad as a candy scent, just not my cuppa. In either case, it is gone in an hour, so it really can offend no one for long. I keep thinking there is a Gallic punch line here. But it has not come yet.
Summary: Absolutely beautiful packaging and deceiving fragrance. It's dense sweet and sirupy. This black cherry they put as a distinctive feature is so artificial to my nose... Not a scrubber, but too oriented towards a dept. store-youngish customer... wants to appeal to a young target that likes their fruity floral. Fruity with a classic oriental base (vanilla/ patchouli) , lacks that classy feature one would expect wearing a little black dress...
Summary: Knowing I am a fan of Guerlain and their fragrance my sister very kindly bought me a bottle of La Petite Robe Noire 2 when she visited the Champs Elysee before Christmas. Telling the lady in the store I was a massive fan and that she would love to buy me an exclusive Champs Elysee fragrance. When I opened it on Christmas day I was very excited as it was presented In a beautiful gold box and a bottle similar to the current mitsouko and l'heure blue bottle.
Summary: Petite Robe Noire reminds me about cherry jam: sweet, thick and tacky. If you like notes of sweet berrys, licorice and almod in perfumes, this one is for you. Anyway, the bottle is really cute.