Cheap & Chic is anything but cheap and way beyond chic. Sophisticated bergamot, an exotic wink of yuzu fruit and polished rosewood introduces a regal bouquet of violets, Egyptian jasmine, and wild roses. Luxurious Bourbon vanilla, warm Mysore sandalwood, plush orris and smoky tonka bean complete this sumptuous scent portrait.
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I love this fragrance. It’s clear without smelly soapy, crisp without being too sharp, floral without smelling like a flower shop, and a hint musky. It’s the first perfume from Scentbird I’ve considered actually buying.
I love this scent, but describing it eludes me. It's fresh without being overly floral or laundry detergent, and it's juicy without being overly fruity or sweet. The drydown is lasting, with a nice floral/musky balance. I have a feeling this will be my go-to perfume in the summer!
I really like this scent though it's a little too musky for everyday, for me that is. I tend to like lighter scents but joined Scent bird to try new fragrances. It reminds me of nights out at the club; a sexy get noticed without overpowering.
I used to wear this scent in high school and it made me feel really nostalgic. It's fresh an summery and I love it. The spray bottle didn't last me the entire month, but it that's okay. It's definitely a summer scent and I'm sure all order again next summer.
I really enjoy the scent of this perfume. It's sophisticated without being too mature and the cashier at Old Navy raved about how good it smelled. It is quite floral and pungent when you first put it on. It'd be five stars, but I don't feel like it has any staying power. It wore away quickly. While I'd like the full size, I can't justify the price because of the wear time.
I was not satisfied with this scent.
It's definitely not fresh, not aquatic. It has a sweet-flowar-heavy scent; it's one of those perfumes that you would not wear if you want to travel by airplane, cuz it would cause head-ache, or nausea to the person sitting next to you.