Welcome to a new addition of Fragrance Frenzy!!! Now, my last review was on Fancy by Jessica Simpson, which is what I like to describe as a light, floral scent that is more appropriate for an everyday scent for work and school. Now, Mademoiselle is a much more sophisticated scent that is appropriate for important evening events such as dinners and dances. Mademoiselle is the only perfume that I own that is neither delicate or sensuous, which makes it unique to all other scents. Here we go with the review:
Mademoiselle by Coco Chanel retails for $85.00 in Sephora. This is by far the most expensive fragrance that I use–as it is not owned by me, but my mother . The photo above is one of the most recent promotional campaigns using the beautiful and talent Keira Knightley following her incredibly successful run of films such as “Pride and Prejudice” and “Atonement”. Once again, this promo photo perfectly describes the scent of the product, which is classy with a smidgen of sex appeal. I would give the scent of this product a 4.5/5.
Now, as you can see from the photograph, the perfume of Mademoiselle is very practical, and does not include the intricate detail that was found on the Jessica Simpson fragrance. While I am not very impressed with either the box or the bottle’s design, there is 3.4 Fl. OZ. of product in the bottle, which is much larger then most fragrance I own. For this reason alone, the packaging gets a 4/5.
Overall, I would definitely suggest this fragrance to my girls who are in desperate need for a youthful yet sophisticated scent that they can use on special occasion. However, if you are someone who cannot stand low budget packaging, I would take a second look on this fragrance. I give this fragrance a 4.25 out of 5 stars rating.