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Founded over a quarter of a century ago, the international luxury fragrance house of Amouage is globally renowned for its highly sought-after, long-lasting and innovative fragrances that pay tribute to the art of fine fragrance making. <br><br>Luxury day wear, Dia Woman is a fragrance that is both vibrant and sophisticated. A perfect complement to Amouage Gold.
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3.7 out of 5
When you first spray this perfume it can come off a little bit alcoholy. After a few seconds though it stops that and starts to change into some musky powdery type notes instead. It's a very tame and mellow scent in comparison to some of their other fragrances. It has a kind of calming character to it. I would call it warm instead of cool. There's almost something comforting to it and somewhat nostalgic. I think I enjoy it.
Mature yet playful smell
This is a luxury day wear. It smells like class. The blend is so sophisticated and mastery you have to give it high credit. The opening aldehydes and green notes (tarragon, bergamot, violet leaves) blends into lovely florals (peony, Rose, cyclamen, heliotrope, orange blossom, peach blossom) with a mouth watering fig, herbal sage and powdery orris root. Just to dry down to a grounding musk, sandalwood, incense, vanilla and cedar
Gave to my mother
This smells like Avon in the 80's. I sprayed it on and knew immediately this one would be passed to my mom. She honestly loves it and has already used half the tube.
This is a touch more powdery than I would prefer but other than that it is close to perfect for me.
This is one of my favorites
One of the Best Floral Aldehydes!
Amouage Love Tuberose is one of my favorite perfumes I have ever tried, so Amouage gets a lot of credit for me, though the majority of their perfumes that I have tried aren't for me. This is perfect for anyone who likes the soapy Chanel or older YSL perfumes, among other vintage gems. The rose and peony have a richness to them, and the aldehydes soften somewhat so that I can enjoy a soapy classic powdery floral, with a musky richness to the base. Nevertheless aldehydes aren't for me, and the shrill subtly antiseptic quality of them makes it a no go for me. Will always smell a little dated to me, but it's an exceptionally good choice for the genre.
It's a little powdery, a little soapy, I love it.
i like it, its elegant, but i feel it is more for a mature woman,
Has it’s place
It’s not my favorite Amouage but it has it’s place. It’s classic, soapy and powdery in an elegant ladylike sort of way and there are days when this is what’s needed. It’s office appropriate and contains aldehydes so it has a certain vibe. I don’t see the younger crowd embracing this one.
i was suckered in!
i am new to scentbird and this came up as one of the scents based on what i notes i chose. on paper (description) it sounds lovely. What got me was that they said it was a limited time and very close to being gone, so i fell for it and put it as my first choice. Later, when i read the reviews I was wondering if I would like it or not. Well, it came last night. It is VERY powdery and a little old fashioned, just like the reviews I read too late said, lol. I thought about giving it to my mom for mother's day but i think it might be even too old for her - and she is 73! It doesn't smell yucky....just not youthful. I'm not youthful by any means, but this is way way too baby powdery for me. my husband doesn't like it at all....hopefully my next month's scent will be better!!
I wish there was a way we could trade scents we don't like wi th one another. I wanted this one and just barely missed out.
I don' mind this scent, but I wouldn't call it a favorite. It is flowery and there is a hint of musk, but nothing overpowering. The main thing I notice with this scent is the baby powder smell. So if you like baby powder, you'l like this scent. I also don't care for the fact that it does not last very long.
A Nice Surprise!
Tried Dia today and while at first spritz i liked the beginning of Reflection Woman better the spicy green-ish beginning of Dia quickly became soft, sophisticated, powdery (like the comforting, fancy powdery in Lilac Love), and almost citrusy (aldehydes?). And even though its a bit powdery, it's uplifting. And like most Amouage scents i've tried, its grown-up classy. A delightful Spring scent and a lovely deviation from my usual fruity-type florals. More complex scent than Amouage's Ciel. If you're looking for something other than the usual Spring floral or find that you just cant get into the uber-youthful, ever so popular hyper-sweet gourmand scents this Spring, please give this a try. You wont be sorry. But Scentbird you have to bring it back first ...Please!!!
25 to 34
Very Powdery and best suited for fall and winter
I love a strong, lasting scent, and as usual, Amouage delivers with this perfume. However, I agree with other reviewers that I find it to be VERY powdery and a little soapy on me personally. I find it to be a little too powdery for summer and would consider it better suited to fall and winter. My husband says it reminds him of what a 1950s Hollywood star or Mrs. Maisl would wear. If you do not like musk, powder, or "grandma" type scents, I don't see you liking this. Personally, I think that at the moment this is probably my least favorite Amouage scent.
I like !!
Love the scent, Reminds me of Windsong. Light fragrance but doesn’t last too long
35 to 44
I don't know why they don't mention baby powder in the description. That's all I smell. To the point that it reminds me of dirty diapers. If you like baby powder you might like this one.
Too mature for me.
So far love the smell , I hope it last all day
Too spicy and not for everyday use.
Love it very sexy
This perfume is my number 1 in top 10.
Has depth & fullness
I love this scent as it has a classic aldehydic opening that reminds me of many of the great "Grand Dame" vintage scents. But it is clean too, not overwhelming. It isn't thin & vapid like so many modern scents. I love the rose, & peony notes.
Soft, pretty scent
It's not my usual, but I like it; it's a comfy, cozy scent, like a cashmere robe. It is a skin scent with average (6 hours) longevity on skin, longer if you spray your hair and catch a bit of fabric when applying on the neck. This scent reminds me of I was a teen in the 80s. No one I knew wore this scent back then, but it smells like that time in my life. I can't say a young woman would like it (my 26 year old sure wasn't impressed), but now that I am more mature, I do appreciate it. Amouage is super expensive, and this is probably the only way I'd be enjoying the fragrance. Nice office scent.
This scent is sexy and sleek,not to overpowering,wit a hint of sweetness
Fresh, elegant, woody and powdery!
If you like more sophisticated fragrances such as; No. 5 (edp), First by Van Cleef & Arpels or Caleche by Hermes, you will really enjoy this. No, it does not smell like fruits or cupcakes (a good thing in my book). If you're one of the MILLIONS of people who prefer something hideously sweet, childish and immature, you won't enjoy this. Personally, I love it! I find it powdery/soapy, aldehydic and slightly woodsy, a great sophisticated scent for summer that doesn't smell like melons or candy, thank god!
I didn't fall in love with this fragrance as I had hoped I would. It struck me as musty and old fashioned.
Not a Fan
The fragrance is not my taste at all. It's flowery, but heavy. It lasts long. That's all I can really say that's positive about it.
It smells similar to Dove soap. I like the fresh clean smell and my friends enjoyed it too.
Is it Like the pink dove soap bar?? That’s my favorite.
Favorite Amouge so far
This is the third Amouage scent I've tried, and the best one. Soapy at first, but I like the drydown most - floral, feminine and more complex than the opening. This is a put-together, elegant and classic scent, something I imagine Jackie Kennedy would wear. It's best for a professional office setting or a formal-ish social event, definitely not "fun". It lasts 2-6 hours depending on how much I spray and stays fairly close to the skin. I would wear it a lot it if someone gifted a bottle to me, but can't justify paying for a full bottle myself.
Feminine, clean and soapy. Dia is somehow decadent but soft, vibrant but comforting. It reminds of Caress Daily Silk (and I mean that in the best way possible!) It is more luxurious, elegant, and well-rounded. I will probably buy a full size (as soon as I can afford it ... I checked and it's not cheap!)
Amazing and beautiful!
Love this scent! I have received many compliments when wearing this.
This is ok
nothing to write home about its nothing special
Nice aldehydic floral
It is a nicely layered aldehydic floral for people who have some experience and interest in perfumery, definitely not for the ones who use Juicy Couture and stuff like that. Vaguely reminiscent of Chanel No. 5 because of the aldehydes at first, it changes into a nice soapy floral after an hour or so. It can be worn daily and it has decent sillage and longevity. I do recommend it for people who like classic perfumes with a modern twist.
“Old lady” scent
Reminds me of my grandmothers perfumes. Strong and burns my nose.
Full Bottle Worthy
I loved this!
Baby Powder mixed with old lady Liz Arden Red Door Vibes
So, I Am a PURE flower person lover. So, where most people complain of a “baby powder” scent, due to the fact that they are not into the “flowerie” smelling perfumes I usually roll my eyes, because it’s CLEARLY in the description what each one smells like, and in this one the description CLEARLY says - “There’s citrus (bergamot, fig), spices (tarragon, sage), resins and animalics (incense, musk), an entire Flower District of florals (cyclamen, violet leaves, orris, rose oil, peony, jasmine, iris, neroli, peach blossoms, orange flower and heliotrope), gourmand notes (vanilla), and finally woods (guaiac wood, sandalwood and cedar).“ So, I’m thinking WOW, that sounds like an AMAZING combination of flowers or flower type smells. Right? BOY, was I EVER wrong. Thee ONLY smells I can CLEARLY smell here is Baby Powder, and when I say baby powder I mean it’s baby powder concentrated with a must of baby powder that has aged probably 30 to 40 years, and Elizabeth Arden‘s- ‘Red Door,’ which to me red door smells like an old lady soapy smell. You mix these two together? And you clearly have one of the most nauseating baby/old lady smells you’ve ever smelled in your life. Not only would I NOT buy a bottle of this, but I ended up giving my sample away to my grandmother which coincidentally ended up loving the smell.
I don't like people calling perfumes "old lady perfumes" in general, but this was heartfelt and pretty specific 😂 Maybe Red Door being described as an "old lady soapy smell" isn't nice, but Red Door is a pretty synthetic soapy violet powder fragrance that I believe wasn't particularly marketed to younger women...
I'm into this. I love clean smelling fresh powdery aldehyde type perfumes. It smells elegant. I love it a lot.
In love 😍
All I could say is OMG, this perfume smells delicious. I’m into powdery and soapy smells, baby scents if you will. So if you’re into that clean but sweet smell then this is totally for you. Yummy I’m in love
Dia is a modern womanly floral aldehyde fragrance. The peony and rose combination is a beautiful twist with the aldehydes that keep this as a light daytime sccent. Over 30 fragrance. Floral lovers will enjoy this
Oof. It gives me Lancome Tresor vibes with how it smells in that it's one of those perfumes that's really easy to overdo it on.
It's an expensive soapy smell in my opinion. Which I adore. I started out with a sample from another store, since I didn't know about scent bird yet. I own a bottle and it's my go to. Before I wasn't a big fan of perfume because of too strong floral smells and I get headaches from strong smells. This sent is perfect for me since it's more of a nice soap smell. I disagree with the people who say "granny" (I'm young 30's just for reference) It is a little powdery but a non intrusive (or I'd get a headache from it) just showered in really expensive celebrity grade soap.
Yuck. Severely allergic. Scenrbird refused to accept return or credit account. 😡
We could swap :)
A bit powdery in the beginning but once it dries it kind of goes away not a bad thing and smells very elegant but not the one for me.
It wasn't for me. Gave it to my mom and she loved it.
This one is a chameleon. It smells different every time I wear it. The more prominent notes are aldehydes, peony, white musk, sandalwood, incense, sage, and tarragon. After a few hours I get subtle notes of heliotrope, violet leaf, fig, and cedar. It is one of the better offerings. by Amouage. It is sophisticated, mysterious, and surprising.
Not for me
Nope, not for me.
Just wasn't my favorite at all. The powdery smell was overwhelming for about 5min and then I couldn't smell the perfume at all.
Actually, this is one scent I did not prefer. It reminds me of an old lady type perfume smell. Not for me.
I am either spicy/ musky or sweet and fruity... this is a bit too floral for me. Like a few others mentioned, it smells like a granny.
I loved this scent. It has a soft light smell. It works well with my body. It last on day on me.
I usually don't take the time to write a review but this time I feel like I need to warn some ladies out there, I did not like the scent of this perfume. It's very granny smelling and nauseating to me, a very strong Elizabeth Taylor type of perfume that is as of now my least favorite. If you enjoy sweet, fruity scents, this is nothing like it so heads up. Perfumes that I do get complimets on is Versace Crystal Noir and and just about any Viva LA Juicy perfume. Hope this helps. Thanks Readers
Awful. Smells like my grandmother. Super strong and overpowering. Sending it back. First one in a year of perfume from scentbird.
Unfortunately I didn't like this scent at all. I sprayed a little on my hand and couldn't have my hand close to my nose until the smell went away. Definitely wouldn't want this one again.
This smells like a dressed-up-in-the-daytime scent to me. It's powdery, but not "baby powder", more like "expensive cosmetics powder". In fact, it does remind me quite a bit of Chanel's Poudre Universelle pressed powder. When I smell it, I genuinely get a nostalgic twinge for the days when I once used that particular powder. So, overall this perfume is quite pleasant, it's just a bit too powdery for my taste, and the aldehydes give it that added "hairspray" note. There's definitely a "beauty parlor" vibe here, but a sophisticated, old money beauty parlor. I see myself wearing this only occasionally as I can see it appealing to me when I'm in the right mood. To sum up, this smells nice, just not Amouage's three-hundred-dollars-a-bottle-nice!
Not terrible, but not a favorite. Maybe a bit on the heavy side and I typically like strong fragrances.
Bit strong but doesn't last even half the day. Very powdery
A little to strong for me. It had a bit to much of a powder smell and smelled like something my Mom would use, so she got a small gift 😊. This perfume was not for me.
Little too flowery for me. Makes me sneeze
This scent is lovely and sophisticated. It does remind me somewhat of the smell that the dryer gets when you are drying clothes. It dries down into a soft powdery scent that is not an old lady powder like your grandmother wore. I generally do not like powdery scents but this one is not offense at all and I don't feel like I have been rolling around in Johnson and Johnson items. This is a good every day scent that you can wear for work and not offend anyone. Also, I can smell the cyclamen in it throughout the day which gives it a nice low key floral without screaming, "I am wearing a floral scent". I probably wouldn't buy a full bottle of this perfume because it is very expensive and I do not love it as much as I love Honour Woman from Amouage. But, that is the great thing about Scentbird. You can try it for a month and then decide.
Fell in love immediately! I tried this based on the reviews. Very sophisticated. Packs a punch without being offensive. This may be one to consider for my permanent scent stash!
did not care for this perfume
Didn't like it and top of bottle was scratch and broken
Love the smell. Like even better when it's after a couple of hours.
It smells expensive. A strange opening, tarragon they say, I would not know. After the opening, the whole aroma is pleasant and continues to be pleasant to the dry down. I am not good at describing notes ... The perfume is more of a Winter perfume than Summer, it might be too heavy for Spring / Summer.
Pretty and soft powdery scent. Very sophisticated.
My boyfriend is in the military and told me about this scent that he had smelled while in another country and how good it smelled. He was so excited when I found it on Scentbird and insisted that I get it ASAP. He LOVES IT!
I never received mine this month.
A powdery well made scent. It is very pretty.
A wonderful scent after it has been applied for a while, but at first it smells a little sweet and powdery on me. It has a mature smell after the initial spray that is very feminine
It smells really good, I just wish from the reviews it lasted on me. I only get like 4 hours. With all the hype from this brand I wanted to love it!!!!
Definitely not a favorite, I would never purchase this scent! To say that only the most basic woman would think it smells like a "grandma scent" is very telling to how limited/immature your thinking is. It is great that YOU like it, but you should keep you little comments to yourself!!
This is BY FAR one of my favorites I've ever smelled! It has a mature smell of ellegangance..
My absolute favorite perfume! I knew about Dia before it graced Scentbird, and was delighted to find it offered. It's often compared to its "sister" fragrance, Amouage Gold, but Dia is warmer, sweeter and more floral. Both are very elegant, somewhat soapy scents. Definitely intended for the woman who knows herself and has grown into loving more sophisticated scents, where smelling like "cotton candy accord" and screeching synthetic musks no longer appeal to her. Only the most basic woman would call "Dia" a grandma scent. The longevity is great, but the sillage is low. When you first put it on, it's a sillage monster, but once it dries down, it stays close to the skin.