18 La Lune D&G starts fruity and floral and it will keep the same nature in the heart notes, when the floral side will get richer and more complex. There must be rose somewhere, together with a light tuberose, which gives a light but rough earthy touch in the background. It’s all pleasant and the sweet-ish notes coming out of the fruity floral mix are potentially sexy from a close distance.
Yet, I’m finding hard to get an idea what this perfume is about. And I’m not really sure if it’s because there’s really nothing to say, or because it’s actually deeper and more complex than I’d be able to understand. La Lune by Dolce and Gabbana feels like a girl you wouldn’t normally notice, unless you had the chance to sit down, talk to her for a while, and look at her from a close distance. Then, you might find her interesting, or she might still leave you undecided between simple or shallow.