Light Blue Skies and Fluffy White Clouds - Marc Jacobs Daisy Dream Fragrance Review

There really isn't too much that I can say about Daisy Dream that hasn't been said already. This fragrance really got my attention in 2015 when it won the Consumer Choice Awards (2015) and the Best Packaging of the Year (2015) awards from The Fragrance Foundation. I mean just look at the bottle. IMG_9430

Like its sister scents, Daisy Dream is best described as a fresh and fruity, wispy floral fragrance. It was created by Alberto Morillas, the original creator behind the first Daisy fragrance, in collaboration with Ann Gottlieb, who was responsible for Marc Jacobs’ Lola, along with Marc Jacobs himself. The notes include:

Top notes: Blackberry, Grapefruit and Pear Heart notes: Jasmine, Lychee and Blue Wisteria Base notes: White Woods, Musks and Coconut Water

Even though this EDT is about 2 years old now, I was inspired to do this blog post because out of all of the fragrances I own, this is one of my go-to scents for the summer. It's fun, light-weight and it gives me a splash of sweet fruit on my skin without being too over bearing for the summer - perfect for these longer summer days.  IMG_9206 ccc

The bottle is adorned and decorated with vinyl white daisy motives, which to me makes this this cutest bottle from the line. I do wish that the scent lasted longer because everything seemed to dissipate on me after about two hours. Again, it is an Eau de Toilette so the concentration wasn't designed to make it last all day but I do wish that I could get at least 4 hours of wear out of it. All in all, that wasn't a deal breaker for me - the packaging really sucked me - however, do keep that in mind if you are planning on purchasing this.

I do recommend it, especially if you are a bottle collector or ever in the market for a fragrance for someone who is younger. It is as available as a 30, 50 and 100 ml Eau de Toilette with an accompanying body lotion, shower gel, rollerball, and minis.


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