The scent profile, on the other hand, seems to be reminiscent of Lola's, employing the same vanilla and creamy musk base, but topped off with sweet floral notes like honeysuckle, jasmine, and orange blossom. Dot also has a coconut water note, suggesting that it may be a more tropical scent than its predecessors. But we'll have to wait and see on that front. So far, though, this is one of the few times we wouldn't mind having a big old bug sitting on our vanities.
Leave it to Marc Jacobs to create a new perfume that's adorable and eccentric in equal measure. The new scent, Dot, won't hit shelves Stateside until August, but from the look of its packaging and its listed notes, it should be in good company with its sister fragrances, Daisy and Lola. Dot's bottle (above) looks a lot like Daisy, if Daisy decided to dress up like Minnie Mouse and hit the town, that is.