Fantasy is the 2nd aroma release below the Elizabeth Arden label from Britney Spears.
I should start by confessing that I'm so completely beyond the target market with this perfume that my view is pointless. To begin with, I'm more than a number of years past interest, which can be supposed to be 18- 30's age cohort. My second handicap, that's that I only vaguely know who Britney Spears is is, maybe, explained by my advanced age, plus it could also describe the reality that I don't get the bottle layout especially appealing.
I did lately (eventually) attempt Curious, and found it a nice light fruity floral. It's not something I'd wear, than I'd anticipated, but it's significantly more wearable. Dream, for people who follow such matters, is intended to get Britney's new, grown up status, based on a brand representative:
Curious was around taking chances, being youthful, daring and rebellious. Dream is alluring and more intimate. Since Britney is married and beginning a household, it is time to get a much more alluring, subtle scent.
Dream begins with sour fruits, but that lasts nanoseconds. Subsequently it is the cupcake treaty that is promised as well as very sweet fruits, which smells pretty much just like a vanilla cupcake using a tiny dab. The sweetness (as well as the bakery vibe) decreases significantly as it dries down to warm, creamy, musky woods with really subtle touches and the tiniest whisper of a flowery note. It's not an aroma that is very sophisticated, yet it has more depth and sophistication also it's as one dimensional as Aquolina Pink Sugar, to which it's often compared.
Given that my expectations were not high, I was happily surprised. Yet, I'd say that Sarah Jessica Parker has done the very best job up to now in 2013, at least I have really tried as star perfumes go.
It can certainly be at the discounters shortly and is offered by most major department stores.