La Petite Robe Noire Ma Robe Pétales 2015

La Petite Robe Noire Ma Robe Pétales by Guerlain
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La Petite Robe Noire Ma Robe Pétales is a perfume by Guerlain for women and was released in 2015. The scent is floral-fresh. It was last marketed by LVMH. Pronunciation
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Floral
Fresh
Sweet
Green
Fruity

Fragrance Pyramid

Top Notes Top Notes LemonLemon BergamotBergamot Sicilian orange blossomSicilian orange blossom GrassGrass Mandarin orangeMandarin orange Green notesGreen notes
Heart Notes Heart Notes Turkish roseTurkish rose Bulgarian roseBulgarian rose FreesiaFreesia Jasmine sambacJasmine sambac ApricotApricot
Base Notes Base Notes PistachioPistachio AlmondAlmond Tonka beanTonka bean White muskWhite musk PatchouliPatchouli

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Ratings
Scent
7.2262 Ratings
Longevity
6.5199 Ratings
Sillage
6.0204 Ratings
Bottle
8.5226 Ratings
Value for money
7.328 Ratings
Submitted by Danina, last update on 28.12.2022.
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Marzipan
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Marzipan
Marzipan
Helpful Review 18  
Too bad that this fragrance is no longer produced... J'aime cette robe pétales!
...because I think Ma Robe Pétales is very noble!

In my vivid imagination I see a dainty crystal doll with ivory skin, her hair braided into plaits... she is so filigree and delicate, her big blue eyes are on the Swedish cake standing on the old silver cake stand. Somehow Ma Robe Pétales reminds me of all this white Shabbychic style. The woman who uses this fragrance looks young and dreamy. These dotted blouses, exhibited bell skirts, all that goes with Ma Robe Pétales.

In the beginning, the gourmand pistachio pushes itself full of nobleness into the foreground. An absolute statement! The natural freshness of the green notes and the feminine orange blossom gently nestle into this creamy tenderness. Sprayed around midday, it will certainly smell for an entire afternoon, even if the pistachio gradually moves generously to the side and makes room for the green notes. In the evening (23.05) I still smell these wonderfully light, green notes! I'm just in love with this fragrance
from Romeo et Juliette:

"Aimer, c'est ce qu'il y a de plus beau
Aimer, c'est monter si haut
Et toucher les ailes des oiseaux
Aimer, c'est ce qu'il y a de plus beau..."
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7
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6
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8.5
Scent
pudelbonzo
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pudelbonzo
pudelbonzo
Very helpful Review 13  
May green
May shows itself from its most beautiful side - everything is green and blooming.

With pleasure I would have danced into this month of bliss, or would have found a tender maypole in front of the door from a secret admirer.

A beautiful custom, but one that has not spread to the cities.
In the countryside one could still find many a beautifully decorated maypole in the front gardens.
The clocks tick differently there - and you still take time for romantic gestures.

This lovely custom came to my mind when I tasted Petales today.

A delicate green web of leaves, like the light leaves of a young birch.
Graceful and romantic.
Lively through the bergamot and soft through the lush grass.
Pale pink rose petals bend over it and the jasmine shines like the spring sun.
A hint of mild almond hovers around the flowers - and tonka rounds off the pastel-coloured fragrance.

This swinging little dress is not black, but maize green.

One likes to slip it on - to dance into May.
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7
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8
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8.5
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Chevalier
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Chevalier
Chevalier
Top Review 9  
Sensational lightness
I also rate women's fragrances less for technical reasons. But this one I tested with my better half and was impressed.
This freshness and lightness goes only with roses, the citric and what I think, the apricot. All components that can only be found in a women's fragrance, therefore it also works pleasantly sweety.
Bringing apricots as a building block is a good idea and perfect for the summer.
The shelf life is long and the Sillage is not too dominant. In the car or while strolling this scent comes to me pleasantly from next door in appearance.

Fresh, powdery and suitable for every situation.

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6
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7
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8
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Ajfe
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Ajfe
Ajfe
Helpful Review 9  
A nice light little dress
My first 'petite robe noire' that pleases.
Has a certain lightness and warmth.
Not too strong, not too sticky sweet.
For me pleasant just now in autumn/winter.
I'm not into loud, strong, opulent scents
This one starts with a nice freshness of lemon and bergamot.
Slightly green and the warmth of the slightly bitter almond comes through.
It becomes fruity with tangerine and orange Then I perceive green grass.
Earthy, but not musty à la compost.

Rose, jasmine and freesia come out united through the grass.

Relatively close to the skin I hear the base at the end slightly nutty, tart, not sweet.
The fragrance has relatively many components, which combine well to a fresh, flowery, fruity scent with a nice warming base for autumn and winter :)
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10
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6
Sillage
6
Longevity
6.5
Scent
Gold

470 Reviews
Gold
Gold
Helpful Review 3  
Pretty&light almond delight
I have to confess that I love the Petite Robe noire-bottles with their various little black dresses on them. When I first bought the scent in Paris, it was still an "exclusive" and only sold in Guerlain boutiques, but back then it already dawned on me that the basic structure of this fragrance would make a gorgeous mainstream topseller. Now, several flankers later, I've grown a bit tired of the trendy reinterpretations which hit the shelves every year, because they seem unnecessary in terms of the art of perfumery (but profitable for the company). Somewhere I read Wasser promised this would be his last flanker on the subject, but never trust a huge perfume house...

The new version marketed as an EAU FRAICHE is supposed to contain a "delicious pistachio note", but it is fairly fleeting and only noticable in the top notes. I get some petalled touches of freesia and jasmine, not much rose or genuine green notes in the heart. The fragrance is lighter and fresher than the EdP or EdT, but the base of white musk and almond coupled with tonka bean develops quite fast and determines the character of the fragrance. There is this milky softness of almond pudding all "La petite robe noire"-variants possess, helping to deliver a very feminine, delicious touch without any hard edges.
This could make a perfect fragrance for a young woman (wearing it myself, I got loads of compliments from childern). Nevertheless, the various flankers don't really differ that much from one another. The EAU FRAICHE has less staying-power than the others and seems to be the softest of them all.
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