Dolce by Dolce&Gabbana: New Fragrance

Imagine walking through a garden of blooming flowers. To your right is a waterfall rushing into a river of succulent water lilies. The air is fresh and you feel all tingly inside with the lovely feeling of Spring surrounding you. The birds are chirping, the bees are buzzing, and you are one with nature. As the sun is setting beyond the horizon, the air smells of soft musk and cashmere for a truly beautiful ending to a sweet Spring day. This is Dolce.

This is a feminine and soft fragrance, which is nice for the warming weather. This is a great fragrance for people who are okay with a subtle scent and simplicity. It is a pleasant array of white florals and an easy fragrance to wear for anyone. The bottle is adorable with a white flower cap, a black bow, and clear glass to show the pale green liquid inside. This is fresh and exhilarating with an opening of papaya flower and neroli. The heart of Dolce contains notes of amaryllis, water lily, and narcissus. The whole fragrance wraps up with the smell of soft musk and cashmere. A very simple and sweet fragrance. This fragrance does have a soft sillage, so I recommend taking an atomizer to go if you want your scent to stay all day.

Dolce by Dolce&Gabbana Samples

Is it worth buying the full bottle at $90? Well that’s up to you, but I recommend sampling before you buy.

Sample now for $4.99



Photo Credit: White Flowers by Kanko* via Flickr, Water Lily by kanegen via Flickr



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