Ah, the iconic Daisy perfume from Marc Jacobs ... Let me tell you a little secret. I'm really not a fan of the original scent. To me it's just bland and even a little bit unpleasant. But my opinion completely differs when it comes to Daisy Eau so Fresh, a fragrance that came out in 2011 and immediately stole my heart. I remember smelling it in my local drugstore and falling head over heels in love. Now, three years later, it's finally mine!
Daisy Eau so Fresh smells like a mix of Chloe EDP and Chanel Chance Eau Tendre - at least to me. It's a delightful mix of citrus, green notes, florals and sweet fruits. The overall effect is a little powdery, very calm, beautiful and wrapped in a gentle touch of apple blossom and jasmine. The notes that I'd say are the most prominent include pear and litchi, but I also smell a lot of musk and roses. The fragrance is more sophisticated than the usual scents aimed at a younger crowd. It's not as sweet and overpowering, but instead beautifully gentle and caressing.
I have loved this baby for years and I cannot believe I finally own it. Marc Jacobs has been really on point with his fragrances lately and I absolutely adore both Honey and Dot, as well as Lola and Oh! Lola. If I could, I would own all of his perfumes for the bottles alone - they are undeniably a work of art and truly beautiful!