Summary: Smells just like the rice pudding my stepdaughter used to eat as a little girl. White, creamy, milky and cold. I haven't smelled rice pudding in about five or so years but Amour brings back so many good memories. This has a very cold vibe to me, but not in the sense that it's a warm weather wear. It's very cozy - cold feet covered in soft socks, body snuggled in a blanket. It's a very fresh, milky vanilla and the floral notes keep it from being too sweet.
Summary: Wow, this is definitely a scent for anyone who loves vanilla. I love vanilla, but even I have limits! This is vanilla essence diluted with Carnation milk. Too much for me. But still a lovely, warm fragrance for colder days and nights.
Summary: My favourite perfume house is Kenzo, you can never go wrong with Kenzo, maybe some perfumes are better than the others but is difficult to loathe one. For winter I like Amour it is sweet, musky, floral oriental and has some vanilla. This is a safe bet, maybe it won’t be so mysterious like Alien of Thierry Mugler, however you will feel comfortable.
Summary: This is the first perfume I've ever come across with a rice note in it. I can't describe what makes this scent so milky and spicy but I am assuming it's the rice. Whatever the case, it is so beautiful. I'm a big fan of Hypnotic Poison and I do smell some similarities. This is a bit more subtle and it reminds me of a chai spice latte or something. Simply gorgeous and unique in a world of vanillas and gourmands. Very exotic with good sillage and longevity.
Summary: I wore this for a short while back in the winter of 2008-09 when my child was a toddler. I felt it to be comforting and loving. Amazing for home and hugs and all things tender and loving. Now pregnant with my second as we delve into fall, I feel gentle, tender and loving and Amour calls me. I've purchased a 50 ml bottle and it's exactly what I'm in the mood for. This is such a winter fragrance. Cold air just makes this one shine!