Summary: I was gifted this fragrance when I was 18 or so. I wore it often for 3 years or so. I have just now rediscovered how much I love this one. I feel that all the other reviewers said everything I already have to say about this one. It's a lovely fragrance, fun and fresh but classy and sophisticated. I'm young, happy, kind, and well-made.
Summary: It's exhausting trying to figure out if I like this or not. At first it's very green but also kinda clean. It's like it says "yeah I just took a shower but I still smell like grass". But just when ur like "eww it smells like soap and grass " then it changes to a very light, very delicate scent that is very girly. It's soft with a hint of powder but not baby powder, like an expensive powder.
Summary: It is the more attractive scent than its older sister Lola by Marc Jacobs. I wear it in spring and it has moderate longevity and sillage. It is a comfortable fragrance to wear when you're not going to a special event. It is sweet and mild even with the large bouquet of flowers in the top notes.
Summary: Pretty. Fresh, sweet flowery, woody scent. First spray for me it just smells like banana. Even though there's no banana in the notes list. But then it turns sweet & flowery. Fresh & elegant. The bottle is lovely too. Have good longevity. Young, feminine, fashionable, elegant & classy. Represent a classy urban young woman.
Summary: I never thought this was special. I never understood the hype about this. But my mother gave me this perfume in lotion form a few years ago, and I never used it. Yesterday, I wanted to try something different so I applied this lotion. Not only did it last for a long time, I understood its appeal. It's so light and feminine. It isn't offensive at all, but I wouldn't consider it anything special. But honestly, that can be a good thing.