Reviews and Problems with Serge Lutens Fleurs d'Oranger
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2 weeks ago
Summary: I had read many mixed reviews on this scent but I love neroli so I had to try it for myself. Scent is so personal so it was only fair. The first spritz and yes, it was very strong but the alcohol disappeared and it was so much better. It is so warm and rich that it is one of my winter scents. Its just too much for warmer months. There is quite a bit of sillage and it lasts for hours on me. I have hours of warm rich neroli with a touch gardenia. I love it.
Summary: This is a special treat! This is really awe-inspiring! My skin accepted this blossom-liqueur as a huge basket of comely, clean flowers, peachy not only as fresh, but also in the color, if you can imagine a charming flower when you see the tone of the bottle, well, it is, what you get at the beginning. Evokes the spring, the first summer heat, when people are walking under the full-blown trees, and the aroma is still fresh and innocent.
Summary: I should have learned my lesson by now: never, ever spritz yourself with multiple spritzes of your newly received fragrance sample that you never smelled. Two hours later, I'm left with the worst sensation ever: the sensation that I'm dressed with a sweater where three big fat male cats have spent the night, not only sleeping and snoring.... Hope you get the idea. Strange, because I never smelled cats' urine in other fragrances, except from some musks.
Summary: This is one my sister's favorites in her scent collection. Whenever I visit I spray this on myself and am transported by the beauty of this orange blossom concoction. I find the longevity and sillage to be phenomenal. I am tossing up whether to buy this for myself or just save it for the days when I raid her scent collection. ((It feels like such a little sister thing to do..
Summary: Fleurs d´Oranger is a fragance i come back now and then. I don´t wear it very often, but i like to have it at hand, when i need to cover my need of orange-tree blossom. This flowers normally would remind me to spring, but in Fleurs d´Oranger there is a richness that make them suitable for cold dry weather too, just like today.
Summary: I get no cumin at all from this only a beautifully balanced orange blossom with great staying power and sillage. It is hard to be critical of this scent as it is just so well put together. Perhaps I would have preferred it to be more indolic but that is just nit picking really - warm, gorgeous scent.
Summary: I am completely in love with this Serge Lutens scent of sexy orange blossom magnified with tuberose, made delicious with hints of white rose and jasmine. It's magnificent. Fresh yet sultry ,heavy and yet not overbearing. Sexy and memorable - it may be one of the ' less interesting' Serge Lutens but it's a winner. It's a No. 1 orange blossom scent.
Summary: I respect all and love many of the Serge Lutens fragrances. Immensely. I love the scent of orange blossom. Immensely. Serge Lutens Fleurs D'Oranger smells neither Serge Lutens or Orange Blossom. It smells like orange slice candy straight up. No complexity, linear and I'm so lost here.
Summary: My third bottle arrived yesterday--I find it an incredibly sensual scent, but at the same time it has a delicacy that makes it appropriate for occasions when I don't want to send people reeling. It stays quite close to my skin, but people I hug when I'm wearing it always say I smell amazing. The top notes of Fleurs d’Oranger are likened to dewy orange blossoms on the tree in early morning.