First of all I'm very impressed with the fact that this popular teen brand has taken a massive leap of faith when they created Peace, Love and Juicy Couture. It doesn't take a scientist to see that this is perhaps not the most popular fragrance around, however the creativity behind the risk is what impresses me the most.
Peace, Love and Juicy Couture is very green and musky. It has a somewhat dirty quality, so far removed from the juicy, fruity and sweet fragrances Juicy Couture is known for. Despite its earthiness, it has a soapy quality too which smells a little metallic on my skin.
There's an element of freshness that I rather enjoy, however I can't seem to get past the heavy muskiness. The freshly mowed grass accord, although pleasing on paper, doesn't project too well on the skin.
Some may say that Peace, Love and Juicy Couture smells a little masculine, and I'd have to agree. It has quite an interesting herbaceousness along with its interesting scent pyramid. I can certainly smell the lemon, apple, honeysuckle, linden blossom, patchouli and musk.
Peace, Love and Juicy Couture lasts rather well on the skin, and the sillage, although not overpowering is moderate to strong. The composition itself is charmingly unique and refreshing, so I have no qualms in suggesting this fragrance for Spring or Autumn. In some ways this fragrance may appeal to those older consumers rather than the teens this time around.