Price: $64.00 (1 ounce)
An absolutely essential and utterly irresistible perfumed creation. The legendary heart-shaped bottle has been boldly reinterpreted with a modern touch. Its crystalline transparency, fading from black to powdery pink, reveals the silhouette of the little, black dress.
Its simple signature enhances and romances several exceptional materials in a bold overdose—black cherry blinks the first wink. It is illustrated by a clever blend that extends exquisite almond and delicious berries. The second wink takes place as rose enters the stage. Finally, the shadowy temptations of licorice and smoky black tea are ever-so-revealing and lead to irresistible seduction. For the ultimate temptation, the entire creation is wrapped in Guerlinade—fresh, enigmatic, and exhilarating, mischievous and captivating.
Guerlain’s newest perfume–La Petite Robe Noire (The Little Black Dress)–is said to be fresh, enigmatic, and exhilarating with notes of berries, rose, licorice, and black tea.
This perfume comes in a narrow, rectangular glass bottle decorated with a little black dress on the front.
Overall, the scent is sweet without being sickly. It’s a feminine scent that’s a little girly, but not adolescent. I’m not a huge fan of sweet scents, and I was able to wear this one through the day without getting a headache from it. The sweetness of the fragrance is balance just slightly by notes of black tea, but I honestly didn’t smell much almond or licorice.
It has a pretty average wear time, fading noticeably after around three (3) hours and lingers on the skin for a few hours after that.
Sample size depicted.