I've grown to really appreciate L'Air du Desert Marocain - it's a prime example of the use of Ambrox in a fragrance to disentangle the heavy resins, woods, and amber that makes up this fragrance.
Today I'm wearing Chanel No.19 parfum.
I think I would a few times just because of the nostalgic value. I bought a bottle of Quorum a few years ago for that reason and haven't worn it since, though.Today I wore Histoires de Parfums 1725, which is good for a cold day; it's not really a fragrance that I'd want to wear on a warm one.
Vintage Stetson, eh? You know, I feel like I can still accurately imagine the smell of Stetson even after 30 years.On Friday I wore Satori Iris Homme and in the late evening I put on some Fahrenheit. The latter is definitely hit-or-miss for me.