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So Real Cheap & Chic by Moschino Review

So Real Cheap & Chic by Moschino Review 1

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So Real Cheap & Chic by Moschino Review
We’re not sure if you’ll get the reference upon glancing at the flacon, but what you are guaranteed to appreciate is the nice and soft scent that So Real delivers. This is one of the better accompaniments for summer as it is light, clean and even a little earthy. We’re missing the citrus, but we can make do with the light florals that stay until drydown. Sadly for us, the scent does not have the best performance or the strongest sillage, so it’s pretty much an intimate wear that would not offend anyone.
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The opening is delicate and refreshing
Clean and earthy at the same time
Does not become very sugary despite its notes
The citrus notes aren’t present for most of its development
Very intimate on the skin
We find that it stays for only 3 to 4 hours

Moschino welcomed So Real into its existing Cheap & Chic collection in 2017. If you’re wondering where it got its name, Moschino says that it has been a pun on the art movement Salvador Dali is best known for; there’s even a reference to The Eye. Regardless of whether you found that clever or meh, the scent flaunts of a mix of tangy and sugary notes, as well as pink peony, oakmoss, white petals, musk and ambroxan. So Real was made available in 30 ml, 50 ml and 100 ml, and has accompanying body care products.

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