|Picture: Spring, Easter and Scilla´s in the garden|
Photo: Parfumista (c)
Wednesday (almost Easter): Mitsouko Edt (semivintage from 2001): This is a light sort of carefree Mitosuko, almost easy to wear. The typical peachy, spicy accord is cleaner, brighter, higher on the fragrance notescale and not as multifaceted as the Edp. The latter could sometimes, especially with a spritz to much applied, be perceived as almost muddled. The basenotes of the Edt, at least in this version, is dominated from an uplifting and pleasant note of vetiver. I think this verion of Mitisi is truly unisex.
Maundy Thursday: Rose Nacree du Desert - Starts like a green, elegant rose with also the greenery botteled. Than it evolves to a radiating still very elegant creamy, clean rosy chypre with vintage vibes, if it had a color it would be powdery light salomonpink. When wearing RNdD I come to think of another elegant contemporary chypre Sisley Soir de Lune even if that one is deeper, heavier and more of a evening fragrance, whereas RNdD is a daytime fragrance.
Good Friday: La Petite Robe Noir Couture - Yesterday was very pleasant like I was wrapped in a delicious dessert during the whole day. Not too sweet if moderatly applied, with just a few spritzes the earthy base with patchouli and vetiver are more present. Excellent longevity, even now I can smell the pleasant notes of cherry liqueur and patchouli on my wrists. To me it really smells cherry even if the berry in the notelist is raspberry.I will continue with a post about the fragrances for the last three days of this Easter on Monday.