If you think Neroli Portofino is too strong and dark and if Eau de Cologne from Chanel is too refined and expensive (the best for me in this trend) you can try Dior.
A mix of the 2, easy to wear with a touch of orange flower molecules on the skin. They exist since 1900's and were used a lot as fixators in colognes and soaps (you will recongize the smell).
What I find interesting in the perfume is the almond note on top and the very green leaf smell. But they evaporate very soon.
Not a big start for Dior Croisière line!
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