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Solid.
Tormund and Brienne! I didn't know how bad I needed this to happen!
Today I wore Comme des Garcons Odeur 71, which is about as avant garde as you can get while still smelling fantastic. Tonight I put on a tester of Diptyque's Eau de Lavande, which is a very satisfying and somewhat edible (not gourmand) lavender fragrance.
I tried on Diptyque's Florabellio today, and it is a hologram of the smell of the beach. It's amazing in that regard, but definitely not for me. Tonight I put on some Luten's Santal de Mysore, which I bought 5 mL of from Surrender to Chance.
I 100% agree with you regarding DS&Durga.
Tonight I'm wearing Vero's Rubj EdP - this is just a fantastic fragrance and one which I will have to get a bottle of someday. Passion fruit? Just brilliant combined with the cumin. I wonder if she uses some special molecularly-distilled cumin note because it is different from full blown earthy cumin.
Today I'm wearing Masque Russian Tea - I'm growing to like this one since I learned to do a quarter spray. This stuff is strong and very, very long lasting.
You never tried Montale Aoud Cuir d'Arabie?Today I'm wearing Vermeire Mohur Extrait. Stunning rose with lots of high quality sandalwood and orris root.
Tonight I'm wearing La Via del Profumo's Sharif. I really enjoy putting this line of fragrances (I currently own bottles of Sharif, Arabia, Oak Moss, Sandalwood, Hindu Kush, Mecca Balsam, Oud Caravan No 3, Tawaf, and Il Giglio di Firenze) on in the evening since they are absent of synthetics and are done in a style that is warm and comforting. That, and since they are all natural they tend to not last too long and thus have dried down and mellowed out by the time I hit the...
Today I'm wearing Yohji Homme - just an excellent, relatively dry fougere with licorice taking the role of labdanum. It's excellent and fits my need for a fougere as well as a licorice/anise scent. I have a bottle of Histoires de Parfums 1725, which I find hard to wear because of its sweetness, but I think they are similar but just on different places of the dry-to-sweet scale.
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