Pretty Petalsby Ellen Tracy
90 of 100%, 3 Ratings
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Release year unknown, apparently still in production.
|Top Notes||White peach, Moroccan rose|
|Heart Notes||Amber, Blackberry|
|Base Notes||Night-blooming jasmine, Vanilla absolute|
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Helpful Review - 10/16/2013
I almost get a tea-like sense of bergamot, but it's not in the notes. This is an office-friendly perfume, a daytime scent, one that couldn't possible offend a soul.
Ellen Tracy makes fragrances I find at my local TJMaxx/Marshalls at under 10USD, which is quite the bargain for a scent that I really enjoy.
Moroccan Rose, responsible for its citrus opening and powdery quality; Amber giving it warmth; Jasmine lending an animalic narcotic feel; and Musk deepening this fragrance just enough to give it oomph without darkness. Soon after lightly sweetened florals barely there bounce to the surface intermittently occasionally.
I compare Ellen Tracy perfumes to any department store fragrances with their quality. The bottle of the EdP is embossed with colorful flowers and the name instead of a sticker label. It's a heavy, chunky, rectangular piece, easy to hold and pretty to display.
A good year-round scent for all ages. Lasts for quite a few hours with good sillage. A definite good buy for a few bucks.
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