Oriza L. Legrand

Muguet Fleuri

Eau de Parfum

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Here's what other people are saying about Muguet Fleuri...
I was really disappointed by this one! I've only smelled diorissimo once and haven't tried it on, so I'm no expert there, but Byredo Inflorescence is such a nicer cleaner creamier muguet. There is a true note to this scent (like it does smell like the flowers, kinda..), but the first notes I jotted down when I tried this one on were 'bitter, angry drunk?' After an hour or so it faded down into a soap. So sample before you buy!
By   - Business from Boston on 10/20/2020
Yes. Yes. Undoubtedly, yes! Nobody else gets it right. I love real lilly-of-the-valley and have been on a hunt for a "passable" muguet. I was bracing myself for yet another soapy-smelling dissapointment, but this is the real deal. I want to bathe in it and then sprinkle it on something soft and roll around in it for hours. If you like the true scent of muguet, look no further. If you want more longevity, you can always layer it or mix a splash of it into your favorite unscented lotion, but I personally love that I can drown myself in the scent and revel in it for a few minutes before it settles into a socially-acceptible, lilting airiness (comparable to the intensity of the real fleur, wafting on a spring breeze).
By   - Lawyer from DC on 9/10/2020
I love this. It doesn't have the "old lady" qualities that many muguet frags do. I am on my first tester of it. I am extremely sensitive to scent and it usually takes a couple of testers to make sure I can tolerate it before buying a bottle. The con is that it has poor longevity. Within an hour or so it's gone even off of clothing. This isn't the case with Reve D'Ossian or Chypre Mousse, both of which I have a bottle each.
By   - Producer from Austin on 7/23/2017
Dead-serious soliflore, flawlessly executed. Whether this is a fragrance for you depends on whether you look to perfume as a way of replicating nature or as a freestanding art form.
By   - editor from Seattle on 3/13/2017
LOVE this fragrance! I have been looking for a Lily of the Valley fragrance for so long that smells exactly like the flower. I grow Lilies and this Muguet Fleuri smells just like the flower and it lasts unlike so many others that the scent is gone in 5 minutes. I didn't really want to spend this much but am so glad I did. Wish they made lotion in this fragrance. Got the soap which is nice too.
By   - Retired from Roy on 5/10/2016
The lily of the valley fragrance in Muguet Fleuri is certainly nicely done, and I have a beautiful stand of them outside of my door that I love smelling in the spring so I know what the gold standard is. If you love Diorissimo, however, you will be disappointed - Muguet Fleuri lacks the freshness that Diorissimo has. In a nutshell, Muguet Fleuri the perfume smells like it ought to be a soap...and it is available as a soap...so why not buy the soap? Try it for yourself if you like lily of the valley; my love for Diorissimo is probably too well-entrenched to appreciate this.
By   - Office from Boston on 10/31/2014
A wonderful and fresh tribute to those delicate little white bells. Very realistic and also a very minimalist perfume (it's a soliflore). A fine green floral that is a nice alternative to Diorrissimo.
By   - broker on 7/14/2014
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