Daisy Marc Jacobs – Strolling Into a Meadow of Daisies

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Fragrance Review

Winner of the 2008 Fragrance Foundation’s for Women’s Luxe Fragrance of the Year and Women’s Prestige Best Packaging, is a floral woody musk fragrance introduced by Marc Jacobs in 2007 and developed by perfumer . This sophisticated creation of the famous perfumer impresses by the chosen modality to employ the flowers in order to come up with such a sweet scent.

Daisy is extremely fresh in every stage of its development. The composition of this fragrance follows the flowers theme present in the olfactory pyramid. Daisy begins with accords of violet leaf, wild strawberry and blood grapefruit. The heart encompasses notes of violet, gardenia and jasmine for an enchanting effect, while the base notes combines infusion of vanilla, white woods and musk. The dry down feels powdery and the projection of Daisy on the skin is extremely pleasant.

Offering perfume as a gift is most of the times tricky, because if you are not sufficiently familiar with the person, you might select the wrong fragrance, but with Daisy this is no longer true, because this charming perfume will move the heart of every woman. The bottle of Daisy is made from transparent glass in which the attraction is represented by the stopper which features daisy petals that look very real. The commercial features 3 models who are strolling into a meadow of daisies and the sensation is so well captured that you are almost able to perceive the smell.

Daisy Details

  • is available in 50 and 100 ml Eau de Toilette Spray, 20 ml Purse Spray, 6 ml Eau de Toilette Rollerball and complementary products in the range, such as: Daisy Solid Perfume Ring, 145 ml Body Butter, 150 ml Body Lotion, 150 ml Bubble Shower Gel; the lasting power is average (6 to 10 hours) and the sillage is good.
  • Olfactory Group: Floral Woody Musk
  • For: Women
  • Year Introduced: 2007
  • Perfumer: Alberto Morillas
  • Recommended Wear: Day
  • Dress Code: Casual

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