Dolce & Gabbana Dolce Eau de Parfum 75ml
Dolce & Gabbana Dolce Eau de Parfum Spray:
- For her
- A soft and feminine scent of white flowers
- An emotional and sensual journey through Sicily
Dolce's elegant packaging is reminiscent of a vintage fragrance flacon. The flower stopper pays tribute to Sicilian customs and a thin black grosgrain ribbon, presented in an elegant bow, conjures images of the white shirts and bow-ties that were a signature of early Dolce & Gabbana fashion.
What does Dolce & Gabbana Dolce Eau de Parfum smell like?
Dolce represents an emotional and sensual journey through Sicily, which is the origin and inspiration of the fashion duo. Dolce is a gentle, feminine mix of white flowers, introduced by the freshness of the Neroli leaves and defined by the White Amaryllis, a South African flower used for the first time ever in scent.
It is a soft and feminine scent of white flowers. Freshness of neroli leaf together with papaya flower open the composition making an introduction to the heart that dominates with white amaryllis, narcissus and white water lily. Freshness of neroli leaf together with papaya flower open the composition making an introduction to the heart that dominates with white amaryllis, narcissus and white water lily. The base is soft with cashmere and musk.
Dolce & Gabbana Dolce Eau de Parfum Fragrance Notes:
- Top Notes: Papaya, Neroli
- Heart Notes: Amaryllis, Narcissus, Water Lily
- Base Notes: Musk, Cashmeran
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