Now You Can Smell Like Herbal Essences and Blossoms

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Picture this: You're hanging out in your hot-pink gorilla-arm dress and need a fragrance. Your earthy, Fan di Fendi fragrance just won't do; it's too grounded, too patchouli-ish, too heavy. This is where Fan di Fendi Blossom comes in, a fragrance that acts like an airier cousin. It's a light, fruity, uncomplicated scent. At its heart is sakura cherry blossom, and the top notes are raspberry and Japanese Nashi pear. It's sweet, unassuming, and clean, sort of like a shampoo scent that offends no one. And it even smells similar to the pink Herbal Essence shampoo you had in high school, if you're into that sort of thing.