Marc Jacobs

Daisy Dream, 2014.



Marc Jacobs Daisy Dream perfume review

"Daisy Dream" comes as a sweet variation of the original "Daisy". It couldn't be more obvious the generator concept of this perfume: a blue blooming bouquet. What could be considered as a trivial or ordinary idea of "liquefying" all the pleasant floral aromas comes, in this fragrance, together with some fruity accords turning it into a popular fragrance family (Floral Fruity it is the most popular olfactory family). The bottle resembles this bouquet, particularly in the rounded cap. The blue-sky overall color stresses the pleasantness of this bouquet.

Reviews

  • José Cândido
    | Good |
    February 2018

    Floral Fruity fragrances are strongly recommended to girls, not mature women! They seem to demand more sweat and smooth scents to, somehow, cast their own personality. Yes, for me there is much personality of a young lady dressing this "Daisy Dream"! It is one of the most beautiful bottles I have ever seen in one of the most amazing light-blue tones. It doesn't shock me to figure out Marc Jacobs was directly involved into this creative process. It has his signature. Congrats Marc!

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