Reviews and Problems with Stella McCartney L.I.L.Y
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Very light, slightly green Lily of the Valley
16 December 2012
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.
Summary: I recieved the sample of this after reading that it had my favourite frangrance in it ( Lily Of The Valley ). It has a very light smell but it only seems to last a few hours. I don't think i'll be purchasing this parfum as it's alot of money. At the end of the day i think i'd rather stick to the Yardley Lily Of The Valley as i can buy about 4 or 5 bottles of that instead of getting this for £77.00.
Summary: Diesen Duft hat Stella Mc Cartney ihrer früh verstorbenen Mutter Linda gewidmet, die Maiglöckchen liebte. Stella selbst trug bei ihrer Hochzeit ein Brautbouquet in das die hübschen weißen Blumen eingebunden waren. Maiglöckchen zählen in der christlichen Ikonographie neben der Lilie, der Rose und anderen Pflanzen zu den sogenannten Marienblumen; mit seinen kleinen weißen, nickenden Blüten war es Symbol für die keusche Liebe, die Demut und die Bescheidenheit von Maria.