Dolce & Gabbana Dolce Fragrance 2014

Spring should be met with spring resembling and spring-inspired looks. And this refers not only to the appearance, but to the perfumes as well, since spring is not only about the good and flowery looks, but also about the breathtaking scents those flowers spear around. So this is just why we have the perfect Dolce & Gabbana Dolce fragrance 2014, which is adorned with all those details that spring usually brings with it. The freshening effect, the sweet scents of the flowers and the mind-blowing impression you leave on others are all here, condensed in one small bottom of miracle.

Dolce & Gabbana Dolce Fragrance 2014


In order to introduce the whole components the Dolce & Gabbana Dolce fragrance is made of, we may describe it as follows:
• Top Notes: Papaya Flower and Neroli Leaf
• Heart Notes: White Amaryllis, Living Daffodil, White Water Lilly
• Base Notes: Cashmaren and Musk
We are just so happy to inform you that this wonderful fragrance is already available at Saks Fifth Avenue and online on saksfifthavenue.com, and ready to share its extremely charming and gorgeous touches with us. The new scent is available as 50 ml/ 1.6 fl oz EDP for $90.00 and $75 ml/ 2.5 fl oz EDP for $112.00.

Dolce & Gabbana Dolce Fragrance 2014
The design of the bottle is quite remarkable too, presenting the whole ideology that underlies the creation of this scent. The hint about using delicate white flowers for the formula of the fragrance, among which White Amaryllis has been used in fragrance first time ever, is demonstrated with the big flower topping the bottle. The delicate bow detail and the refreshing green tone that the liquid has is just another reminder of the fresh and creative drives this perfume is meant to bring.
Thus, having the Dolce & Gabbana Dolce perfume is all that you need for complementing your ideal spring looks, and for getting ready to meet the joyful spring with just as joyful and flowery mood!

Photos courtesy of Dolce & Gabbana

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