How to spot fake Elizabeth Arden Splendor fragrance

Splendor by Elizabeth Arden is a Oriental Floral fragrance for women. Splendor was launched in 1998. The nose behind this fragrance is James Krivda. Top notes are pineapple, wisteria, freesia, peony, hiacynth, apple, sweet pea and bergamot; middle notes are magnolia, tea rose, lily, poppy, orchid, jasmine, lily-of-the-valley and rose; base notes are sandalwood, amber, dark woodsy notes, musk, cedar and brazilian rosewood.

If you purchased Splendor by Elizabeth Arden, please take a look at the box, because if the box doesn't have silver snow flakes only brown, then the perfume is fake. Secondly, once you open the box, you'll see that the color of the parfum is dark yellow, and should be very light yellowish, almost clear. Next, if you know the original smell of Splendor you'll see that this one doesn't smell the same and it doesn't last. I am currently investigating this issue with Elizabeth Arden Customer Service and will update on it. In the mean time, don't buy this parfum, because it's not real.