Dolce & Gabbana Light Blue Eau de Toilette

Dolce & Gabbana Light Blue Eau de ToiletteDolce & Gabbana’s Light Blue is one of the most popular fragrances on the market. It is light, likable, yet unique – clean enough for day wear, yet too nuanced to be too plain. The distinct lemon smell is familiar without being boring. An instantly recognizable perfume.

Light Blue is a citrus composition dominated by sparkling Sicilian lemon with an undercurrent of woody elements. Lemon opens this perfume and lasts for the majority of its duration. The second prominent note is cedar, also present throughout the life of Light Blue, adding a slightly masculine tone. Apple blends very well with lemon in the top notes for the freshest burst of fragrance I had ever smelled. Bamboo ties all of these parts together with an ozonic and green scent. Everything is blended such that it is a whole, not disparate notes poured together into a flacon. Light Blue is best suited for daytime. It is a refreshing choice for summer, or for a lucky hot day in the spring. It lasts approximately 5 hours, although depending on the soap and lotion underneath, it can extend to over 12 hours. In either case it radiates within arms’ length of the wearer with a long, lemony trail.

Any fragrance will become boring after a while and Light Blue is not an exception. While rotating scents, however, it can become a jewel in a collection. For those that are loyal to only one scent this is often the one.
– 0.25oz (7ml) spray for C$31.00
– 0.8oz (25ml) spray for C$59.00
– 1.6oz (50ml) spray for C$84.00
– 3.3oz (100ml) spray for C$108.00
– 25ml for £28.90
– 50ml for £41.65
– 100ml for £54.40


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