With pastel-blue petals adorning the bottle, Daisy in the Air has the same scent as that of Daisy. This edition comes with a paper garland, with which you can turn Daisy into a home fragrance.
Daisy features notes of wild strawberry, ruby red grapefruit, violet, jasmine, and gardenia.
I think Daisy is a very easy-to-wear fragrance. It does not attempt to establish a very strong identity, as none of the notes (particularly the floral notes) jumps out and takes over and the base notes are soft and subtle. ButI think these could possibly be the key reasons for its success. It is light enough for everyday wear and is a pleasantly accessible and non-intrusive fresh fruity floral scent.
I like many of the fragrances by Marc Jacobs. Particularly, I love Marc Jacobs Perfume, a modern and elegant gardenia scent, and Blush, a successful blend of jasmine and mild fluid woodiness. Personally, I don’t think Daisy’s identity is as distinctive as that of Marc Jacobs Perfume or Blush. But what Marc Jacobs has created with Daisy is a product with a tremendous mass-market appeal. I think there will be more limited-edition versions of this fragrance to come.(The product featured in this review is provided by Marc Jacobs via The Perfume Shop.)