I'm definitely a perfume girl. I love gifting them, I love wearing them and, of course, I love collecting them. The Marc Jacobs Daisy line is one that's never appealed to me (though I love Marc Jacobs' Honey eau de parfum), I've tried a few and not really like them so I haven't really paid any attention to new releases from the line.
I was recently offered the opportunity to test the newest addition to the Daisy family, Daisy Dream Forever*, and I decided to take the plunge. I've been wearing this scent non-stop since it arrived a few weeks ago and I'm thrilled to report that I've finally found my Daisy fragrance!
Taking inspiration from blue skies, as you can see from the stunning bottle, Marc Jacobs Daisy Dream Forever is a new interpretation of the fragrance everyone knows so well. This fragrance is designed to capture the youthful dreaminess and elegant charm of 'Marc's dream girl'.
With top notes of blackberry, grapefruit and pear, heart notes of jasmine, lychee and blue wisteria and base notes of white wood, musk and coconut water, this perfume smells divine. It's super fresh which is great as the weather
unfortunately begins to warm up and it lasts well on the skin, something that is a must for me when it comes to fragrances.
Now that we've touched on the scent, let's take a moment to talk about the bottle. Marc Jacobs' fragrances always have stunning packaging and Daisy Dream Forever* is no exception. The transparent blue glass bottle adorned with matte daisy cut outs is so fitting for the scent and I just love it. It ties the blue sky in really well and it's just a beautiful piece to sit on a dressing table.
Marc Jacobs Daisy Dream Forever* has been available since August 3rd at Myer and David Jones. It also released yesterday, September 1, at Sephora and selected pharmacies nationally. At $120.00 for 50mL, it's not the cheapest fragrance, no, but it's beautiful and I'd highly recommend it.
Have you tried it? What's your favourite Marc Jacobs scent?
*This product was sent to me, however all opinions are my own. I was not paid for this review