Sweet, perfect for spring and summer
I wish people would stop using "old lady" and "old woman" as description. My grandmother wore Tea Rose, yes, Tea Rose, and she was beautiful and elegant. Old lady and old woman mean nothing unless you are trying to convey vintage or perhaps elegance.
Anywho, I really like Blossom Love. Yes, it's sweet, just like every other 20-something fragrance, but it's more than that. It's a delicate cherry blossom dipped in sugar, it's a hint of musk topped with the sheerest of frosting. It's not just sweet. It's floral, woodsy, and musky. And it's last all day without being intrusive (spray lightly). Come spring, this will be in the weekly rotation.