So what does it smell like? It is classified as a sweet floral fragrance for women. I have no published notes on this composition. I would need a sample to tell you what it smells like.
- Top notes:
- Middle notes: flowers
- Base notes:
Opinion: A Journal of Jewish Life and Letters - Volumes 10-13 - Page 102, 1941:
"Newest Elizabeth Arden fragrance in Eau de Toilette and Dusting Powder in a satin-covered box. Tray removes and box can be used for hankies. 10.00. Purse-size flacon of Mille Fleurs Perfume in a circle of satin. 5.00"
Drug & Cosmetic Catalog, 1941:
"Mille Fleurs, Elizabeth Arden's fragrance of many flowers was made available in the lighter version of perfume, Flower Mist, in the popular pinch bottle, to retail at $3 for eight ounces."
Woman's Home Companion, 1942:
"Elizabeth Arden is soon presenting a new perfume, Mille Fleurs, that is the breath of spring."
The New Yorker, 1946:
"Elizabeth Arden: To start with, there's that new On Dit we were talking about. Her famous bath crystals are ... Beautiful bath sets ; from $4.80 to $42 in the Blue Grass fragrance, and from $7.80 to $39.60 in Mille Fleurs."
Harper's Bazaar - Page 296, 1946:
"Elizabeth Arden makes Christmas a thing of beauty . . . fills flacons with fragrance, brims boxes with beauty, wraps hearts in happiness. It's natural, though, as mistletoe ... Mille Fleurs Set with Perfume, Toilet Water, Dusting Powder, $33.00"
Home Journal, 1947:
"Elizabeth Arden's Mille Fleurs scent is transposed into sleek white satin sachets studded with multicolored sequins: one sachet pillow, with Mille Fleurs toilet water in a Christmas box. $12.50"