Summary: What is the scent of melancholy? This bizarre child of some post-war Europe is staring at you with its beautiful slanted eyes and smiles wistfully. Noone is certain how it was baptized with that delicate and mellifluous name anymore. A name that steps in two different worlds. The one of mystery and the one of the morning light.
Summary: I got the EDP during a 6 hour wait at cdg airport after smelling some - quite frankly - atrocious scents (that's you, poeme by lancome!) and I'm glad I did. I didn't want to rush into buying it so I spritzed some on and took a long walk to let the scent develop on my skin properly. I wasnt wowed at first spritz but when it dried, it evolved into this complex mesh of glamorous feminine elegance.
Summary: I originally found out about Guerlain from a male friend who had the men's Vetiver fragrance and I was very impressed. I noticed so many other Guerlain fragrances that I decided to take a risk and go with Mitsouko even though I usually only like sweeter, fresher, not near as spicy fragrances like Calvin Klein Euphoria, Vera Wang Shier Veil, Miyake L'eau D'issey, etc., so this truly was a surprise when I tried it.
Pros: Classic Fragrance, Classic scent, Draws Compliments, Great Smell, Long-Lasting, Sensual, Sexy, Unique scent, Unique to each Woman, Unisex
Summary: I bought this perfume as a present for my wife. She is absolutely delighted with it, and now wears it every day which delights me. Finally a big thank you to Fragrance X. I ordered the perfume in the week before Christmas ie a New Year present. It arrived on Christmas Eve and I live in the UK!
Summary: Well, now I see what all the lamentations and rending of garments over the IFRA regulations are about. I got a sample of the vintage Mitsouko parfum and the reformulated edp. The parfum starts off as a strong but soft chypre-- I got a lot of the powdery, oakmoss-rich base at first, and after a few minutes the brandied peach effect came wafting up (although it's not a sweet scent).
Summary: I was looking for a new fall/winter fragrance and because I love chypres in general I did some research and landed upon this gem which originated in 1911. I was worried it would smell antique-y or old ladyish. How to describe? A thousand women would give you a thousand different answers. It's very, very complex and smells different throughout the day. This is not for the woman who wants to smell like everybody else or someone anamored of sweet florals.