The fragrances I usually go for are fresh, light and floral, so when I read the description of this perfume, I knew it would be to my taste.
Signorina is described as a sophisticated, fresh and chic fragrance with notes of jasmine, peony and rose. The name Signorina means “young woman” in Italian, it’s inspired by the strong bond between Ferragamo and the trendy yet timeless modernity of feminine young ladies. The perfume itself communicates a story of iconic love, a story of a young woman and a young man.
The packaging is gorgeous, the simple pink box looks elegant and feminine, and the bottle itself is something you would be happy to have on your dressing table. It’s an elegant looking glass bottle, with a two-toned pink bow and a beautiful rose-gold lid.
Everything about this says sophisticated and chic – I love rose gold and the bottle really appeals to me.
The scent is, at first, very floral with a strong personality. The jasmine and peony notes are instantly apparent, with the underlying note of rose.
The Italian twist is given by the creamy texture of pannacotta with soft musk.
On the skin, the scent is slightly more subtle, the floral notes are still apparent but it settles to become a lighter, fresher scent with the bright notes of currant spiced with pink pepper.
Overall, this is a really distinctive perfume. It’s fresh and very floral, with a cheeky twist. I like the elegant style which gives it that sophisticated edge. It also seems to be one of those perfumes that smells dramatically different on everyone. Although this is aimed towards younger women, I think ladies of all ages will fall in love with this classic yet individual scent.