Wooden edge on which lies a cassis leaf
Dark blue velvet noble box with gold embossed writing.
Start Scherrer-esques cool tartness, which then envelops a fully ripe cassis berry..
Further it goes into the floral cool noble.
The dewy fleshy magnolia gets some spice from the typical Chypreprotagoniatin garden carnation..
Still I smell hints of cassis..
Lily of the valley lets sense a family direction to Cabotine.... with green , green stems.
On the Kleenex, Pour Femme sounds very very unisex somewhat harsh almost masculine. On my skin everything remains a little more fruity..., if one should mention fruity at all- because I find fruit here not very present.
Cyclamen I smell by the way unfortunately at any time.
Compared with the alleged twin Scherrer is S. T. Dupont really fruity;-)
S. T. Dupont reminds me very much rather of Balmain de Balmain.
On my skin it sounds very cool and absolutely unsweet and unwarm from.... Only miniminimals powdery( like a cool dry compact powder stone.
S.T. D. Pour Femme is far masculine tart woody at me.
He should be missing in no Chypre- Fan- collection, I think.
The Flacon fits absolutely.
He is elegant, unkitschig, noble and the flap closure reminds of a Zippo from nostalagischer time.
I can see the fragrance on a confident woman. A French woman in a jacket and with a ... However, the lady wears a velvet ribbon bow and tousled hair - the flacon fits into a vintage Aigner handbag. Chaneltaschen needs the wearer not too adapted.
She is despite noble look and sophisticated attitude somehow wild and cheeky..
To the type AlexaChung the fragrance would also fit....