Reviews and Problems with Stella McCartney L.I.L.Y
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Very nice fragrance . . .
Deb & Dwight, amazon.com
27 December 2013
Summary: . . . . feminine, soft and sophisticated -- and not too sweet. I love the name and that it was Stella McCartney's father's nickname for her mother -- and acronym for "Linda, I Love You" -- Paul McCartney is obviously a romantic and still loves Linda to this day. I think it is wonderful that their daughter honors both of them with this lovely fragrance.
Summary: Stella McCartney L.I.L.Y 2.5 liked me. description. Very fresh, delicate aroma, which smells like a forest after дождя.Совершенно not sweet, sugary and not sharp. The truth is not resistant.I would recommend such a fragrance for the summer. Refreshing on a hot summer day.
Summary: I absolutely loved the original Stella as one of the dreamiest rose scents I have tried, and as i love the scent of lily, I was ready to embrace this. This review is after I sprayed perfume onto a cardboard strip. I liked it when first sprayed. Sweet, high, sharp. It is said to be a chypre. I am not a fan of that genre.
Summary: I love this perfume, It's expensive but it's totally worth it. I am so picky when it comes to perfumes, body sprays and ect. but I am in love with this one. I don't get tired of this amazing fragrance.
Summary: Does the acronym L.I.L.Y., which is the name of Stella McCartney's new fragrance, actually mean anything? Or is this just another lame effort at coolness to mask yet another boring launch? Having now smelled L.I.L.Y., I'm guessing the latter. It probably means nothing, as this is a light, watery, slightly green and totally forgettable lily of the valley soliflore which can be had from cheap-o soliflore fragrance houses for very little money.