To the reviewer below me: I’m not certain where you live to know what climate you’re in, but this perfume blossoms in the spring, summer and early fall. Im actually late to the Chloe wagon, but now I'm here to stay on board. Silage to me is moderate( no headache, no itchy nose), but I haven't asked others how they experience the scent on me.It doesn’t do very well in cooler weather or the cold winter. I had a sample of Chloe a few months ago and I loved it, I used the whole sample and a few months later I bought a bottle. I have to sum up Chloe as a moderne day classic, since its in the category of staying around for decades.Although I love Chloe unfortunately I can't wear it as it seems to induce migraines but I have managed to sniff out an oddly satisfying substitute which gives me a similar vibe without the accompanying head in a vice torture I experience with the perfume.
An open air restaurant, so I guess you all know how it is with open air restaurant. That's when I smelled this on a lady, she's in her late 20's maybe around 28 or 29.
It smells really gorgeous and as far as I can recalled this perfume was never that beautiful when I sniffed it on the bottle like last time. I was scared if my skin chemistry couldn't match well with this perfume and I'm scared I wouldn't reach or achiece the same gorgeous effect scent like the lady I smelled at the restaurant.
I find that rose can be heavy and matronly in many fragrances and unwearable for me even though I adore rose.. At work I find him very, very perfect, He has the same smell from beginning to end, I can not feel and not think of a very elegant and tasteful woman, nice and kind. Sharp white flowers cutting through the air like a knife, stabbing me in the gut and creating instant nausea. But this perfume the litchi smells very sour on my skin, and it takes long time for the litchi to fade away, if this perfume doesn't have a litchi, it would be better for me! Let me just say, I love white florals, but most are very sweet with little depth.
Chloe is definitely on the opposite end of the spectrum, very wearable. Chloe is a deep, sensuous floral that is both timeless and ageless. Love Chloe EDP and very glad I gave it another chance.
Its accords expertly play against each other and they seduce the audience by being both elegant and daring at the same time.
The fragrance is very versatile, it is intended for everyday use and is more than suitable for becoming someone's unique signature scent. Chloe Eau de Parfum was created by Amandine Clerc-Marie and Michel Almairac.
If you live where it is cold right now, that may be why this scent seems “cold” with the rose fading. I have to say that it doesn't smell the way it did when I had the sample, back then it was mostly a rose fragrance, I don't get that much rose anymore. Its a loyal scent, and caries itself with integrity. Not really special but an ultra- feminine, classic, rosy perfume with a retro-touch (a touch I liked). Since then, I always notice a synthetic smell in it.
I don't know what happened but I don't like it as much as I thought I did. It's past noon and the scent is still there, Soft, beautiful. On my skin, Chloe is a beautiful peony scent, with touches of litchi and rose hydrosol. First of all: this perfume has nothing to do with the original Chloë. K., I just think it's a bit weird that they've re-launched it under the same name while the original Chloë is also still on the market, though you'll have to search a bit. Think: pearls, old pink & classic color combinations. But then it became one of my friend's signature scents. Something quite sharp, I can't really put my finger on it. Perhaps it has something to do with body chemistry.
A light and fresh yet seductively strong and self-possessed scent, the new Chloe fragrance is in no way its predecessor's timid younger sister.
Just like all Chloe's bold, arty and free-spirited designs, the fragrance is feminine in a rather non-traditional, not all-out-girly way.
One spray on the chest and another one on my left wrist then tap with my right wrist and then tap both wrist on my right and left neck.