Summary: Imagine someone gifting you a bouquet of wildflowers and inhaling the scent from the stems instead of the flowers. It is freshly green in a clean way and then comes the white florals. It's not heavy in a rose potpourri kind of way but the florals are very present.
Summary: Daisy. I bought a gift set of this when it first came out, actually in spring 2008. Daisy seemed unlike other perfumes at the time because it was fresh, light, and not aquatic. I loved it. For about a year it was the only scent I would wear. Then one day in 2009 I moved on.
Summary: I like how this perfume is classy and yet does not overly project glam. It is dressy yet rustic at the same time. You can definitely smell a field of wildflowers warmed by the sun. There is a touch of powdery notes that add a bit of dressiness to it.
Summary: To me its not super sweet, to me its not florists shop true flowers. But its sunny, light, and happy. fresh, and lightly floral. I like it. Better florals, More interesting perfumes then daisy. But this is perfect if you want a simple and inoffensive fragrance. Keyword here is SUNNY.
Summary: I find the scent profile of Daisy appealing, but on me it's a miss. Daisy has is comprised of the following scents: wild strawberry, velvety violet petals, gardenia, jasmine with birch and cedarwood to add intensity.