The perfume features peach, tea leaves and greenery in top notes. A heart includes magnolia, gardenia and jasmine, while base notes add cashmere, flowers and amber crystals.
Reese Witherspoon, a Southern sister, was the model for this perfume. I wouldn't be surprised if she actually helped in picking out the notes. There's a magnolia and gardenia and mimosa, all of which are flowers that can be found in the geography of the Southern States: the Carolinas, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana. The first spritz is pure gardenia to me. When it mingles with magnolia it's a definite white floral that matches up with the cute flower stopper. Pretty magnolia.
The scent also features a tea note, a peach or what I like to jokingly call a Georgia peach, and amber. There's supposed to be cashmere wood but that's just wood and it's not heavy. It's light woods with a softer texture. The amber is the bigger note in the dry down. The perfume lasts a long time and it has a mellow feel to it. It is soothing like a tea in the summer time. It's casual. Subtle.
Limited Quantities of Reese Witherspoon's "In Bloom"
Brand new unopened package.