Poesie Marche aux Fleurs Water-Based Mist

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All sales are final, we are a perfume sampling company - letting you try perfume before you invest in a bottle. Unfortunately, we cannot refund any product that you do not like. If you are new to perfume or wanting to break out of wearing the same scent, try our starter sampler packs so that you can find the perfume that works for you.


Marche aux Fleurs was created by Joelle Nealy. It is the scent of a crowd of spring flowers swaying on green stems, rain-slicked silvery streets, pillowy clouds drifting overhead and flower petals floating on freshly-formed rain puddles. Marche aux Fleurs is a water-based fragrance mist.


Reddit: Dew-drenched wildflowers and water lily, then a distinct petrichor on stone note arrives. If you like that gorgeous rainy-day aesthetic and have always wanted to know what it would be like with wildflowers instead of tea and vanilla musk, hooray, your chance has arrived! This flower note isn't calling to mind any one particular floral; it's a beautiful balance of soft, non-overwhelming green fresh notes and velvety petals.

Reddit: A drizzly spring day in a bottle. Rain soaked earth, fragrant florals, and YES somehow there is a "pillow" note. I actually detected it at some kind of cotton? I am curious what Joelle actually used to get that pillow cloud scent. It comes across as soft and fluffy. I am guessing some kind of textile scent that reads as soft when paired with these more "natural" nature based scents like rain or soil, green stems florals. This is an outdoorsy scent to my nose. It is very pretty, however, I will say I don't find myself gravitating towards this as much. I AM a huge fan of rain though, and I think the rainy note here is very natural and well done. I may end up reaching for this when I want a spring sprinkly day rather than a torrential downpour.