According to a review on Parfumo.net, Dreamy by Luzier of Kansas City had white floral top notes and the reviewer believes they can detect, patchouli, cedarwood, benzoin and perhaps amber from the juice of their vintage bottle. I can also smell benzoin, patchouli and cedarwood but there’s also the presense of aldehydes, and perhaps styrax. And, I can also detect those faint, soapy white floral top notes along with a definite honeylike sweetness, particularly into the drydown. Dreamy actually reminds me a great bit of vintage Arpege by Lanvin and a little of Bourjois Mais Oui. Dreamy is a warm, sweet, pretty scent…
Opening with green, floral wonder Luzier Cologne (Luzier Cosmetics) is resplendent with beautiful lemony wonder. I can honestly say that I’ve never smelled anything like it.
Luzier Cologne reminds me a bit of lemon meringue pie actually. It’s sweet, but not too sweet.
In the drydown there are strong notes of violet and pelargonium. They are blue and misty. And they are tragically pretty.
Sadly, Luzier Cologne is nearly impossible to give a date to. My bottle is pretty clearly MidCentury, but other than that it’s a bit mysterious… If I were to venture a guess I’d say it’s also a MidCentury scent.
It was a rough weekend. But my son is well… I’m well. My husband is well. I’m thankful for that.
This should be an interesting week… 🙂
Until tomorrow. 🙂