I'm sticking to the 2012 miss dior now (the reformulation), but I really do miss this sweeter fragrance.
Firstly, I will agree with the reviewer below who compared this with Mon Paris because it reminded me of Miss Dior Cherie so much that I just acquired a new bottle on e Bay, so looking forward to wearing it again after all these years.
Give Mon Paris by YSL a try if you can't get a hold of MDC, or else La Perla Ruby Perlage if it is still available somewhere.
Miss Cherie is put-together, feminine, even playful, but she is not inviting, warm, or sensual. Thankfully, the drydown became more fresh and citrusy, with less of that patchouli blast of the beginning.
I haven't decided if I truly love it or if I am simply fascinated by it, but there's no doubt this perfume is extremely special.
It dries down to a sharp, sophisticated, classy scent.
I will definitely need to find a larger bottle of this beauty.
I hate to say this but this fragrance has an expensive feel to it.
I typically don't like saying that because it is such a vague word to use for fragrances but I am at a loss of word on how to describe it... I'm a 26 year old female and this takes me back to my late teens.
I've recently purchased chanel madamoiselle which I use interchangeably for a little bit of sweetness. Been using it for years, repurchasing every time it finishes. For me ultimate womanity and sexuality, in a gentle and beautiful way, not loud or aggressive. The minute the scent hit my nose I recalled, vaguely, a dear friend I once had.