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Can the mind be false?

Today, Hermès - Rocabar
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Something a bit different today. Majda Bekkali J'ai Fait un Reve.
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Hermes Green Orange. I'm a sucker for citrus.
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Originally Posted by b1os View Post

Can the mind be false?

Yes, a man can be of false mind if, at the level of his most fundamental cognitive principles, he is oriented toward the false. An example is a man who is afraid to wear Shalimar.

Today I am wearing PG L'Ombre Fauve, which is a wonderful patchouli amber. Perfect for a cold, overcast day like today.
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Originally Posted by Allez Allez View Post

Hermes Green Orange. I'm a sucker for citrus.

Speaking of which, has anyone tried the two new additions to the Hermes cologne series? They are Eau de Mandarine Ambree and Eau de Narcisse Bleu. I'm interested in trying Mandarine Ambree, less so Narcisse Bleu.
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Originally Posted by rach2jlc View Post

Spring! Given various requests up above one ought to link to (my) former thread of spring recs.

Anyway, in my neighborhood some "april showers" today so need something green that will pair with the humidity... hence Chanel no. 19 EdT (vintage).

Reformulated is wearable, but don't forget that the EdP is NOT just a more concentrated EdT... but instead an entirely different fragrance. I recommend an EdC, EdT, or Parfum... and the more vintage the better. Search for "pre-revolution galbanum" to see why.

Enjoy!

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Today: Mitsouko.
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Originally Posted by L'Incandescent View Post

Speaking of which, has anyone tried the two new additions to the Hermes cologne series? They are Eau de Mandarine Ambree and Eau de Narcisse Bleu. I'm interested in trying Mandarine Ambree, less so Narcisse Bleu.

I have smelled both. I preferred Narcisses Bleu over Mandarine Ambree. It was over a month and a half ago so I cannot remember exactly why it struck me
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I wonder if anyone can guess what I applied for my evening scent? It is Infusion de Rose by Prada.
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Another Majda Bekkali today: Mon Nom Est Rouge (a tribute to Orhan Panuk's novel). I like this a lot more than J'ai Fai en Reve. I'm loving the incense, and the longevity is much better. Plus the bottle is a work of art. I think I need to buy one of these.
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Today: Vol de Nuit because I went flower shopping and love the heady jasmine that this perfume creates.
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Pre-shower: Jonquille de Nuit
SOTD: MKK (That is the abbreviation for Muscs Koublai Khan, as is widely known.)
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Pre-shower: Jonquille de Nuit
SOTD: MKK (That is the abbreviation for Muscs Koublai Khan, as is widely known.)

You're such a beast!
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Majda Bekkali Fusion Sacree pour Lui today.
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Pre-shower: 31 Rue Cambon. It's been probably four months since I've last worn this. Still not a fan.
SOTD: Pure Malt
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