This smells like a subdued, more unisex version of Terre de Hermes Parfum. It's sweet, and smells a bit of dirty orange peels, but it also has powdery floral facets. If you're a woman who likes TDH but finds it too masculine this might be the thing to try. Outside of that dirty orange note, this lines up with a lot other recent light florals like Neroli Portofino, so it doesn't stand out from the crowd too much. Pleasant nonetheless.
Sweet orange flower with a dirty aroma running through it. I can smell the leaves and the fruit, but just barely; there is that dirty element that ruins the olfactory experience for me. I love the smell of orange flower directly from the tree, but I have never found a perfume to really reflect its smell. In Fleur d'Oranger 27, the last part, the faint smell that remains before the perfume disappears off the skin, is the part I am starting to enjoy; it's aromatic and clean and this reminds me of the true orange flower scent trail left in the air by the orange trees.
You're a bee, and you're munching on an enormous orange blossom. The citrus nectar is bright and sweet to your little bee tastebuds, so you keep digging until you've had your fill. Before long, you're so covered in the blossom's sticky, sweet, and powdery pollen that your wings are unable to flutter, and you're blown off in a breeze. You tumble towards the ground while slowly realizing that your final days on earth will be spent becoming a sweet and sticky powder yourself. Fleur d'Oranger 27 by Le Labo.
My favorite perfume for warmer days! The projection and sillage are not the best but I don't need a heavy beast in the summer! IMO Prelude to Love by Kilian was even weaker (another great "summer-in-the-bottle"fragrance!)