All-in-all, I think Idylle is just plain pretty, with a Spring-like optimism but still displaying warmth and could have come from any house.It's not identifiably Guerlain, so if you're getting it blind, I wouldn't expect much in that respect.And lastly came the bouquet that complemented the roses to perfection: lily-of-the-valley, lilac, peony, freesia and jasmine.And so the fragrance was born: a shower of flowers, of petals, of subtle yet incisive freshness, balanced by sensuality. And the bottle looks beautiful on my bedroom dresser.
If you want something different, unique, ethereal and strong at the same time, give this piece of gem a try... I get some soft fruit vibes, pears that aren't actual pears, but again, the idea of pears. It's nice, but I can't see myself reaching for it often because it's a little too safe. I prefer my scent to slowly smother me with deep, rich, dark heaviness.This is how Wasser describes this beautiful floral perfume: "It started with a rose.The rose was a blend of Bulgarian roses, the 2008 harvest being fruity, with overtones of raspberry and litchee.By this I mean that this scent does not boast its presence seeming harmless.However, as I have already pointed out, there exists a subtle hidden magic that predisposes the people around.