Katy Perry Purr
Purr is among those fruity florals that is overly soft, not exceedingly soft, not exceedingly fruity, not exceedingly flowery, not exceedingly sweet, not exceedingly teen, rather than overly mature/refined. And that is not always a negative thing. (We all really can use among these in our cologne arsenal for days when we can not determine what to wear.)
It starts out fairly crunchy, succulent and sour, then warms up into creamy florals that are soft. For me personally, the ambery-vanilla tones take a backseat and that isn't a gourmand scent.
Many people consider Purr "significant" but the term is overly subjective. I do not find it heavy when it comes to projection or odor strength provided that you spray in temperance.
I'd recommend this for those who want to proceed to something from the more clear-cut fruity-sweet aromas of the Victoria's Secret body dash assortment, a touch more dressed up.