Peace, Love & Juicy Couture fragrance notes

  • Head

    • Meyer lemon blossom, hyacinth, apple, blackcurrant
  • Heart

    • sambac jasmine, star magnolia, Malibu poppy, honeysuckle, linden blossom
  • Base

    • iris, patchouli, musk

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The initial blast of lemon, hyacinth, and patchouli fades pretty quickly to a slightly lemony white floral skin scent with a little pinch of skank. I don't get any other fruit besides lemon.

This is nothing like other Juicy Couture fragrances. It's stinky green (in a good way), with just enough sweetness to make it palatable. If it were stronger, it would be a favorite. As it is, I'm content with my $19.99 3.4 oz. bottle from Marshall's, but I doubt I'll rebuy even at that price. Still, two thumbs up.
5th June 2018
The pyramid reads like my dream of a composition. While the resulting frag isn't that, I do like it in cold weather; horrible and screeching in heat.

Years ago I wore Calyx and Metal, and PL&JC has a sharp, green vegetal edge like those. Actually, it's pretty retro! Where I can tell it's modern is the base - it softens some from its brash opening and fades into a pretty hyacinth and stemmy accord, and that's about it.

Some say it reminds them of Cristalle, one of my great loves. I have an 80s bottle of Cristalle that's like the fragrance equivalent of a balsamic reduction after all this time. It has no sparkle as its top notes have long ago evaporated, though it's a fascinating study in how complex and deep and warmly bitter the blend of base notes is - could swear there's immortelle or even fenugreek!

Anyway, I'd wanted something to give that old juice some lift without significantly altering its profile, and a little PL&JC spritzed over it smells fantastic! One base-heavy and the other top, they align and complete each other and become a formidable dayglo green thing.

6th November 2017

Juicy Couture has surprised me several times with their creative interpretations on cheap themes, but this one doesn't shine quite like its precursors. Peace, Love, & JC smells like the brief for the perfumers was just 'Make a wearable Suave brand shampoo.' It's a bitter, damp white floral with a freesia-like hyacinth and jasmine combo. If the lemon and iris shone a little brighter I bet this would have turned out more interesting. Strangely, it smells cheap but with decent or better ingredients. The heart is less flower-stem bitter than the opening but the ultimate drydown is unfortunately banal.
Not terrible, but Juicy Couture and Couture Couture are far better made.
19th February 2014