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Ellie Ellie Perfume for women
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Ellie by Ellie Perfume is a Chypre Floral fragrance for women. Ellie was launched in 2007. The nose behind this fragrance is Michel Roudnitska. The fragrance features white flowers, vanilla, vetiver and musk.

Perfume rating: 3.58 out of 5 with 17 votes.

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White Flowers Vanilla Vetiver Musk

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I'm just starting to move into florals as my first love is orientals. That being said this is a lovely fragrance with great longevity. It does remind me of something but I have yet to identify that scent ... Possibly D&G's Pour Femme? I'm not sure, but a very chic floral it is.


Ellie is a fragrance that really works for me. I have a fondness for the way it smells on my skin, and in a way I consider it nostalgic, due to the floral component reminding me of my childhood.

As a youngster in school, I loved playing amongst the yellow daffodils that grew wild in the school yard. I would place them in my hair, make pretty bouquets or sit there sniffing them for hours. The opening of Ellie smells just like a field of daffodils on my skin, and takes me right back to those days almost twenty years ago when life was so carefree.

Ellie has a rather natural approach, with the white floral accord smelling just like a fresh, green garden during Spring. I found the scent to be quite pretty and feminine, an inoffensive and polite choice for both Spring and Summer.

The heart and drydown took a great deal of time to develop on my skin. It began with a hint of faint, musky vanilla on top of the white floral accords. A subtle hint of delicious coconut milk was also present. For at least the first three or so hours of wear I had nothing negative to say about the composition at all.

The salty vetiver accord made itself known quite late in the drydown, and while it did 'dirty' things up a bit, I can't say that I found it particularly obtrusive or sharp. If anything, it made Ellie smell less feminine and a tad less predictable. In all honesty, I sometimes have to be in the right mood to appreciate the vetiver rich drydown, but I find that the more times I wear this scent, the more pleasant the drydown becomes.

I am thoroughly impressed by the longevity of Ellie. I'll spritz the EDP on early in the morning, and by late afternoon I can still catch wafts of it radiating from my pulse points. I can only imagine how intense the Parfum concentration would be. If you're struggling to find this fragrance or really want to try it, Ellie can be easily found on Luckyscent, with samples also being available.


Dirty white flowers abound in ELLIE perfume. However, this does not seem to me to be the scent of naturally indolic flowers. Instead, the flowers appear to have been artificially dirtied up with vetiver and perhaps some, well, dirt. I do not smell any oakmoss, and I would not call this a chypre, but this perfume does smell very earthy, as though the white petals became soiled by a wind storm that scattered dirt far and wide.

ELLIE is a unique composition, I'll give it that. Unfortunately, I do not find it all that pleasant. It also doesn't seem to me to be a very coherent creation. There is something somehow discordant about the juxtaposition of usually pristine white petals with a pile of dirt. To make matters worse, I am not fond of vanilla-scented vetiver, and here it does not mingle harmoniously with the white flowers. I feel almost as though the dirt and the vetiver and the vanilla were thrown in just to prevent this from being yet another among hundreds of Big White Floral Perfumes.

In any case, this one's not for me.


I'm not a huge fan of white florals but I fund myself appreciating them, or learning to love them more, nowadays. This opens with a huge burst of white flowers, I can mainly smell gardenia but there is more I'm just not sure what as I'm not an expert on white flowers. Anyway it stays the same for about 20 Minutes until veyiver comes and anchors it. At this point I keep sniffing because, firstly I'm waiting for the vanilla, and secondly it has a weird funky metallic like tinge. It's strange and ultimately I won't buy this because I don't find it suits me. But I do give it points for being... Different.


A Roudnitska scent, Ellie parfum is interesting and different, with a funky, musky note that comes on almost immediately and a vanillic drydown.

The predominant notes, however, are white flowers. I'm not a white flower kind of gal, unfortunately, rather more a red-purple-flower-and-spice floriental one.

So if I was thinking of a zingy one-liner to describe it, I'd probably say, "fragrance for a funeral."


I had a sample some time ago, tried it - and forgot about it. A couple of days ago I tried it again. Oh well.There is something strange about this perfume.The weird clash between sharp vetiver and lovely whites? It gave me a headache...I usually love white flower scents very much, but this one is not for me.


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