I know summer only starts in December ... But if it's summer time already and most of the cities already have an oven, I feel more than authorized to do the summer special.
O Light Blue D & G's female version is nothing new on the market. It was released there on 2001 and to this day is considered a darling both from the feminine and the masculine point of view.
According to the brand, it consists of notes of Sicilian cedar, green apple leaves and hyacinth in the opening; bamboo, jasmine and white rose in the heart; and citrus woods, amber and musk in the background.
The opening of it reminds me too of lemon popsicle with hints of green apple. It is a delicious citrus mixture vibrant and of great freshness. But as the perfume evolves you realize that the joy of the opening begins to become more discreet. It evolved into what I like to call Swiss lemonade a little sugary. The interesting thing is that this "Swiss" is because of the cedar and the bamboo, that are there in the background to give a special touch. Why special? It turns out that on hotter days these two notes are more prominent, softening the "sugary lemonade" (translating, do not leave the "luscious", nauseating aroma). The sensation is that a summer rain has just passed: the day is still hot and the lemonade is present, but you can catch that delicious smell of post-rain foliage.
What I find cool about Light Blue is that it can be very versatile. It is a fragrance that combines both the youngest (I recommend it as a perfume for teenagers) and the older ones. Perfect for hot days / nights but that also falls very well in cooler temperatures. And what women love most: it attracts men's looks and praise.
The Light Blue also has a male version. The female version, described here in the post, is available only in the Eau de Toilette (EDT) version and can be found in the sizes of 25, 50 and 100ml. 25ml costs, on average, $ 182.
Ps: Just to alert you, his packaging is very fragile and dismantles easily. So if the metal part takes off do not be sad because it was not your fault!