The Miss Dior Eau de Parfum (100ml/£118) is one of the most iconic signature scents and it has been reinvented, however this isn’t the first time. Lovers of this fragrance might remember Miss Dior Cherie which was discontinued and reinvented into Miss Dior, which was equally as lovely although the new fragrance might be my favourite yet!
The new Miss Dior Eau de Parfum is decorated with a beautiful pointillist haute couture bow, with the Miss Dior houndstooth motif engraved in the glass. The fragrance celebrates velvety and sensual Roses, heightened by fresh Lily-of-the-Valley and spicy Peony enveloped by a powdery Iris.
When I purchased this fragrance it came with the wonderful gift packaging, enhanced with the Dior Atelier of dreams floral motifs. It’s so pretty I’ve been keeping the fragrance within this box on my dressing table. If you purchase this as a present for a loved one, the packaging would make it an extra special gift.
The main scent notes within this fragrance are:
- Floral Bouquet – The expressive Peony accord, floral freshness of Lily-of-the-Valley and Iris notes are accompanied by a slightly dewy, verdant, quality.
- Centifolia Rose – A delectably creamy and velvety Rose.
- Tender Woods – Comforting Musks, Benzoin, Papua New Guinea Vanilla and a hint of Tonka Bean with a creamy Sandalwood.
All of these notes combined creates a fresh, clean and floral scent which is also comforting.
Even though the Miss Dior scent has been changed a few times over the years, I think this fragrance combination is their best yet. It’s very similar, however they’ve managed to make enhancements. It’s one of my favourite ever perfumes and I make sure that I always have a bottle as I don’t like to go without this beautiful fragrance.
As it’s an Eau de Parfum you only need to use a small amount and the scent is long lasting on your skin, which is why I always purchase the Eau de Parfum for all fragrances. Whether you used to love their old fragrance or you’ve never tried it before, this is a universally loved fragrance which I’ll be using for years to come.