Not that different to the original
Chloe Rose Edition smells rather similar to the original Chloe. I was a bit disappointed at first to be completely honest. I guess I expected something more rosy and fresh rather than soapy and strong.
I wasn't a fan of the original Chloe, so I'm finding it difficult to enjoy this flanker. The roses are of course more pronounced in this fragrance, however I tend to smell a lot of peony and freesia too. It smells too much like stuffy floral-scented soaps for my liking.
As a child I used to use a rose-scented talcum powder after my baths, and in some ways Chloe Rose Edition reminds me of that smell. It's not a cringe-worthy scent, but to my nose it comes across as being dusty and ancient. It's what I'd imagine a period-style house smelling like.
I prefer roses when they're more jammy and concentrated; not so clean and pristine. However I have no doubt that this fragrance will have many fans, as many as the original has. Chloe Rose Edition is just not for me.
The longevity was impressive, and the sillage somewhere between cloying and being acceptable. It's a pretty straight-forward scent, so I'd advise only to approach if you liked the original 2008 release of Chloe EDP.