Fleur de Rocaille is an intense floral/ fresh scent that lasts and lasts. It's opening is rather sharp but very soon becomes a beautiful,heady flower bomb of fragrance. It's like that huge, gorgeous summer bouquet you see in pictures of English mansions. The bouquet that graces the immense entry hall. The scent lasts and lasts. The final notes are a close to the skin warm embrace, a reminder that you were enveloped that day in a floral dream. Just one spritz is all it takes to work the magic.
Fleur de Rocaille is a very feminine scent that I think is perfect anytime. It truly is a classic that I first heard mentioned in the movie, "Scent of a Woman." My best friend gave me a bottle as a gift and I've been buying it ever since. So glad that fragrancenet is carrying it.
"Scent of a Woman"- FLEUR DE ROCAILLE This the perfume identified by Al Pacino in the 1992 movie worn by Miss Downes- a Prep school teacher at the Baird School. Great movie, great fragrance, the French have done something right!
Written by Bambi from Lake Stockholm on February 06, 2015