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Lol Yes, something like Dior Eau Sauvage.!!
I must admit though, I'm more of a Guerlain man myself currently - Vetiver and Homme
Although over the last 30 years I have never been without the original Armani as well as the original Polo Green. Both have stood the test of time admirably.
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Jo Malone do some very nice mens fragrances and they are not everywhere yet if you want a diversion?
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Liking the suit greatly - who is it by?

Herringbone, it is right in the explanation.
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Today's fit is inspired by Madlib's album Shades of Blue

 

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IMO, men wearing scents is on the same line as bracelets, fun socks, black halfway unbuttoned shirts, diesel jeans, wacky pocket sqaures, and eyebrown threading. Just sayin.

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IMO, men wearing scents is on the same line as bracelets, fun socks, black halfway unbuttoned shirts, diesel jeans, wacky pocket sqaures, and eyebrown threading. Just sayin.

Ah but the sense of smell invokes the most enduring memories of all the senses. Ladies like a man who smells good, you just can't overdo it. It's a small facet of making a lasting impression subconciously or otherwise.
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The whole cologne discussion upthread made me realise that I haven't used any for about a month or two.

 

No particular reason for doing so, and it hadn't clicked that I'd fallen out of the habit until I started thinking about it, prompted by your discussion. Weird.

 

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I'd love this without the bowtie. Or if the bowtie was smaller/floppier.

 

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A true WAYWRN AR app would overlay a harsh critique of the wearer's outfit. A WAYWT AR app would call the person fat. lol8[1].gif

 

Damn, someone really needs to develop this app. :)

 

Originally Posted by Charlie's Wardrobe View Post

The tie is probably not as light as it seems...

 

Slightly off-topic, but as good a place as any to ask:

 

I really like some pale-coloured ties, and have a handful. However I struggle to incorporate them into looks, because they tend to fade into a shirt and so pull attention away from the centre/face and towards the periphery/jacket.

 

Any tips on how to use very light ties? I tend to reserve them for use against pale blue (or white) shirts & cream/beige jacket/suits in summer. But I would love to hear more options!

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See your avatar.
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Ah but the sense of smell invokes the most enduring memories of all the senses. Ladies like a man who smells good, you just can't overdo it. It's a small facet of making a lasting impression subconciously or otherwise.

Natural scent is enough and unique good Will.i.n
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IMO, men wearing scents is on the same line as bracelets, fun socks, black halfway unbuttoned shirts, diesel jeans, wacky pocket sqaures, and eyebrown threading. Just sayin.

Let's see:

Bracelets--just two today.

Scent--yes, a lovely verbena for the springtime.

Fun socks--no socks is more fun.

Black halfway unbuttoned shirt--mine is black halfway and white halfway, and unbuttoned.

Diesel jeans--no, didn't know they are available with motors.

Wacky pocket squares--yes, both pocket and square are pretty wacky.

Eyebrow threading--yes, and an ankle wax.

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PB, I used to feel the same way about natural scents versus cologne. I now use cologne because I have to be more productive during my day.
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My opinion not surprisingly remains the same.
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Originally Posted by Willin View Post

Ah but the sense of smell invokes the most enduring memories of all the senses. Ladies like a man who smells good, you just can't overdo it. It's a small facet of making a lasting impression subconciously or otherwise.

Natural scent is enough and unique good Will.i.n

You share the same opinion as the bums in the NYC subway cars who fester in their own urine and fecal matter. Something to consider...
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You share the same opinion as the bums in the NYC subway cars who fester in their own urine and fecal matter. Something to consider...

I'm not saying throw hygiene out the window, I am saying spraying scent on yourself is a bit fuddy duddy, especially when men all over the place are using the same ones. That only triggers memories of other men. Anytime I smell a scent on a man, I can't help but think "trying too hard".
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Oh yeah, I forgot, Will.i.n
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