Emilio Pucci Eau de Parfum was one of the samples I received with my Sephora order. It’s an odd scent, described as a “green floral fragrance”with “hints of the Italian Riviera” and “dazzling notes of sun-drenched almond amaretto, floral sambac jasmine, narcissus and a touch of orange blossom”. At first whiff, I disliked it, but I always let a new scent simmer for a bit before I make my final call.
Ultimately it’s far too floral for me. I prefer oriental scents, or pretty much anything not floral.
But let’s let an expert make his call. The judgment of a 9-year-old perfume connaissuer?
“It smells like scented markers!”
When asked if that was a good thing, he confirmed, “Yes…scented markers smell good.”
Works for me.