Prada Infusion De Fleur D’Oranger Eau De Parfum

Hi there! Today’s post is about this Prada Infusion De Fleur D’Oranger Eau De Parfum.

I’ve had this fragrance for a very long time, and I’m just over halfway through the bottle, so it’s definitely time for a review!

This fragrance contains the following notes: orange blossom, jasmine, neroli, tuberose and mandarin.

Infusion De Fleur D’Oranger Eau De Parfum is amazing. It captures only the sweetest, sunniest and most desirable nuances of orange flowers and neroli, mixed with a touch of feminine jasmine and with the brightest hues of juicy mandarins.

This fragrance has a certain soapy / clean laundry quality about it. It’s so fresh and beautiful!

Based on my experience, I would recommend this fragrance, especially if you love the sweetness and freshness of orange flowers without any of the bitter nuances. And if you like Prada’s Infusion D’Iris, you might like this one too as the feel of the fragrance (soapy / clean laundry) is the same – it’s just a different floral composition on top of the “laundry basket”. Personally, I think that this fragrance is more beautiful than Infusion D’Iris.

If you’re interested, Prada Infusion De Fleur D’Oranger Eau De Parfum is available as 50, 100 and 200ml. I have the 50ml. This 2009 version was a limited edition, but it has been relaunched in 2015. My fingers are crossed for another relaunch in the not too distant future (or maybe Prada can ditch the rose fragrance in favour of this gorgeous orange flower fragrance).

Mrs Strawberry Blonde 💙💛

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