Summary: I requested this for my wife to try. It has a sweet smelling scent that initially makes me think of cotton candy or bubble gum. The scent starts out a bit strong when first applied but settles into a more subtle and warm sophisticated scent.
Summary: This perfume comes in a very elegant little bottle that will look nice on any bathroom counter. The bottle itself has what to me looks like a japanese design or theme. The perfume itself I would describe as a sweet smell. It smells good on my wife and she likes it.
Summary: This perfume smells full-bodied and luxurious. It is sweet without being overly so and the scent lingers all day without being overpowering. The bottle is lovely, which makes for an excellent gift presentation or just looking lovely on display on your vanity.
Summary: A dark shade of violet is the hue that comes to mind while inhaling the fragrance of this sultry, spice tinged mix. The scent will work wonders when worn in a setting with soft mood lighting, delicate flirtatious conversation in tow and a libation or two to dull the edges downward a notch or two.
Summary: Well I'm giving this mixed reviews, because my wife likes it, but I hate it. It's REALLY REALLY potent. It smells like a flower threw up on a hundred other flowers, who then got sick and threw up all over each other. Ugh. My wife thinks it's nice, though she agrees that it's very very strong.
Summary: Lacoste offers an elegant, hearty and sophisticated perfume. From the appearance of the bottle to the fragrance, it proves classy and up to the standards of the best evening out or professional gathering. It is a perfect gift for a woman who wears perfume and is open to trying to fragrances.
Summary: It is quite obvious from the first spritz that this is an expensive perfume. It's fruity - spicy scent is lingering, almost overwhelming. Not quite my taste and probably not for everyone but certainly give it a try. One small spritz will take you through the whole day.