Since this fragrance was released in 2007, Daisy has become iconic. Popular amongst all age groups, it brings to mind the feeling of a warm, sunny, spring or summer day. It’s definitely floral, but not cloyingly floral. Daisy is described as being fresh and feminine, with a touch of playful innocence. It’s elegant and enchanting, but not too serious. Sophisticated and timeless, with a bit of whimsy. When I smell this perfume, I imagine a summer Sunday morning, with clean white sheets, sunlight streaming in through the window, and a fresh bouquet of flowers on my bedside table. If you’re looking for that perfect light, bright floral scent, definitely check this one out. Available at almost any perfume shop, but here are links to Sephora, Ulta, Macys, Nordstrom, The Beauty Store UK, Boots, and FeelUnique.
Notes: Strawberry, Violet Leaves, Ruby Red Grapefruit, Gardenia, Violet Petals, Jasmine Petals, Musk, Vanilla, White Woods.
Styles: Bright. Alluring. Eternal.
Comparisons: Marc Jacobs “Dot” is cleaner, less floral. Elizabeth and James “Nirvana White” is deeper, has more musk. Dior “J’adore” is heavier, richer. Dolce & Gabbana is cleaner, lighter. Bvlgari “Mon Jasmine Noir” is cleaner, deeper. Juicy Couture “Viva La Juicy La Fleur” is cleaner, sweeter. TokyoMilk Dark “Tainted Love No. 62” is darker, less floral. Philosophy “Living Grace” is cleaner, less floral. Viktor & Rolf “Flowerbomb” is more floral, slightly more musk.