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Marc Jacobs Daisy Limited Edition Eau de Toilette - 100 ml

Marc Jacobs Daisy Limited Edition Eau de Toilette - 100 ml
Marc Jacobs Daisy Limited Edition Eau de Toilette - 100 ml
Marc Jacobs Daisy Limited Edition Eau de Toilette - 100 ml
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Marc Jacobs Daisy Limited Edition Eau de Toilette - 100 ml
Marc Jacobs Daisy Limited Edition Eau de Toilette - 100 ml
Marc Jacobs Daisy Limited Edition Eau de Toilette - 100 ml
Marc Jacobs Daisy Limited Edition Eau de Toilette - 100 ml
SAR243.44
Ex Tax: SAR243.44
  • Stock: In Stock
  • Model: Product 7
  • Weight: 330.00g
  • Dimensions: 0.00cm x 8.40cm x 7.40cm
  • UPC: 361422466947

DESCRIPTION:

The latest addition to the Daisy house, Daisy Marc Jacobs Limited Edition features Daisys classic silhouette and signature fragrance in its purest form, updated with all white packaging. The glass has a shiny white finish with gold metallic logo to complement its oversized white and gold cap.

The perfume is the same classic, pure scent thats charmingly simple with a signature quality. It transports you to a place that is optimistic, beautiful, and pure.

The scent embodies the essence of the daisy girl who wears it: timeless, yet young-at-heart. She is a reminder to be open, loving, and playful while radiating positive energy.

The top of the fragrance is infused with succulent wild berries and soft white violets, leaving an irresistibly fresh and radiant scent on the skin. At the heart, velvety jasmine wraps with each note, enhancing the vibrancy of the florals. A dreamy drydown of sandalwood imparts an aura of warmth and sensuality, creating a delicate and romantic contrast within the fragrance.

FRAGRANCE NOTES:

Top Notes: Wild Berries, White Violet

Heart Notes: Jasmine Infusion

Base Notes: Sandalwood

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