Jeanne Lanvin is an example of a nicely balanced fruity floral. One part is a luscious bouquet of roses, peony and freesia, with the other half being sweet pear, raspberries and blackberries. The result is a sweet and feminine scent, which is easy to wear and pleasantly refreshing.
I find it appropriate for all ages, and best suited for wear during Spring, Summer and Autumn. The scent is nothing out of the ordinary, however I can't fault it. It smells really lovely on my skin in a relaxed and versatile fashion. I would wear this everywhere and anywhere. It also has good potential for becoming somebody's signature.
I love the packaging and I think it reflects this fragrance well. It's pink, it's elegant and very girly. It ticks all the right boxes.
The drydown has a slight berry yoghurt scent, which is certainly not unpleasant. I find it intriguing to say the least. I must add that this fragrance, although sweet, is not nauseatingly so.
Fruity florals are usually my least favourite fragrance genre, but this particular scent is what I'd call beautiful and delicate. It may be inexpensive, but it is no cheap smelling fragrance, at least not on me. I'm really impressed with Jeanne Lanvin, and I'm sure many people will agree. Even the longevity is surprisingly good. I recommend.