Excerpt: I've LOVED this fragrance since mid-late 80's. <br />Best for evening, special occasion or cooler weather as can be little strong for warm weather- though I DONT THINK SO! <br />It's classic! Always get compliments on it !<br />Don't need a lot of it, as with other perfumes bcuz it's long lasting<br />One of my absolute favorites & I don't usually like oriental/spicy perfume<br />Only con is it can be easy to use too much so GO EASY until u get used to it!!
Pros: Draws Compliments, Great Smell, Great Value, Long-Lasting, Sensual, Sexy
Excerpt: I used this fragrance many years ago and was unable to get it again. I finally found it on FragranceX and this is my third bottle. I simply love this fragrance among many others too. I am a perfume aholic, so nothing negative to say.
Summary: With a citrus open, floral middle, & woody base, Laguna wears like an oriental on me, from top to bottom. It's bright & fresh, not heavy & muddy, and it has a bit of powder in the heart. It's no surprise that those who like Laguna also like Roma. These two fragrances are very similar, although Laguna lacks Roma's strong vanilla, animalistic drydown & pine whispers. Laguna has a retro, vintage vibe. I don't get the beach impression that others report.
Summary: I seem to favor musky and spicy notes in perfume. I actually decided to try this based on 3 factors; 1 it is inexpensive, 2 it is described with oriental spicy notes and 3 the shape of the bottle. :p It's cool and Salvador Dali is one of my favorite artists. This stuff smells reaaaally good. Like, delicious candy, baby powder and your new favorite baking spice (to me, a mixture of something like cardamom and subtle scent of cloves).