Basic Laundered Floral
I added this one to my queue since I my tastes have changed some since when I first sampled this years ago. I wasn't a fan of violets, or any powdery perfumes I could think of. After finding I love Balenciaga Paris, Bois de Violette by Serge Lutens and a few others I decided to revisit several perfumes that I rejected. I can best describe this part clean white laundry musk, part beautiful baby shampoo and part standard department store floral. It doesn't smell bad at all, it just smells flat and ultimately it can smell cheap at times, cause anything that smells so much like a standard washing powder probably won't hold up to the rest of my perfumes. The opening smell when I first spray it is slightly warmer and sweeter, and displays more of the "almondy" smell of heliotrope, but I keep sniffing again and again asking myself "What happened?"