Just in time for the chilly Autumn weather, is a new Marc Jacobs fragrance launch - Marc Jacobs Daisy Dream Forever Eau de Parfum. A slightly stronger and more robust Marc Jacobs Daisy offering that offers a little warmth, familiarity and rich fruity kick to even the dreariest of days; all without overpowering and of course contained within the most beautiful bottle.
Marc Jacobs Daisy Dream Forever Eau de Parfum does retain the same note composition of the original Marc Jacobs Daisy Dream Eau de Toilette, only the notes are by far intensified. Overall Marc Jacobs Daisy Dream Forever could be described as a fruity floral, with notes of blackberry, pear and grapefruit at the top, coupled with heart notes of blue wisteria, jasmine and a hint of lychee. The base is a blend blond woods and coconut water which is a nice, sharp contrast from your typical musk note.
Describing fragrances isn't the easiest task, what I will say is that yes Marc Jacobs Daisy Dream Forever Eau de Parfum is similar to original Daisy Dream only amplified. The notes are more obvious, robust and dare I say juicier. Forget the original Marc Jacobs Daisy scents that are heavily doused in violet notes, this is more akin to the limited edition sorbet scents that Jacobs launches each Summer. The main difference is that the blackberry and pear notes are warmer than any of the previous launches, which creates a cosy, almost homely and as said before familiar fragrance.
Finding a light, easy to wear, fruity scent, that is fitting for the cooler seasons is easier said than done and yet Marc Jacobs Daisy Dream Forever Eau de Parfum fits the bill perfectly. Rather than the bright, sunny almost tropical fruits that summer launches favour; Daisy Dream Forever leans on richer, crisper accents that may remind you of harvest fruits and generally Autumn. My description may be a little wishy washy at best but this is one to try. As an added bonus the bottle design is nothing short of perfection.
Marc Jacobs Daisy Dream Forever Eau de Parfum 50ml/£59 - link.
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