I love white florals and the nutmeg, walnut and the amber added in bring a warmth to this, making the perfect Fall daytime fragrance (for me), which I had been looking for Fall Daytime fragrance for a long time (and still would like to add a couple more Fall daytime scents to my stash). Something in the pure perfume reminded me of JPG Classique edt which i strongly dislike.The woody notes are not dominant, and the green notes are lingering in the background, not really detected, but I am sure blended in for a fresher scent to keep the woody notes from dominating. Then I get a peachy, maybe like Taylor swift fruit mixed in as it dries down. Recently i acquired an edp spray and am loving this.
It does have e very rich woody background; and is well blended with a ton of notes.
The sillage is very heavy to my nose and it's a longlasting scent.
I especially love the drydown, which is the most sensual phase of this fragrance in my opinion.
It starts with an intense nutmeg pungent white floral smell and a few minutes later the flowers distance themselves and you start smelling a very warm vanilla induced spicy Jasmine and tuberose and gardenia.
) The bottle is a masterpiece alone, and the scent is powerful,white florals are up there yet the spicy nutmeg,adds some body to it together with tuberose which brings the oomph,yet it is still soft and ultra feminine.
I like a fragrance that is soft yet has that body and strength of a wonderful scent that leaves a wonderful trail in the air,and this so rightly performs so well!
It smells very historic and classic to my nose; I feel like it belongs to the old times; in a very grand way.
Whenever I wear Organza, I feel very mature and powerful in an exclusively feminine manner.
It's suitable for night wear in the fall and winter and probably early spring.