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Chanel 19 EDT
Good for spring and for the office.

I so regret not getting a bottle of the extrait while in Tokyo. I'd also LOVE to smell the vintage version.
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Tonight: Cuir de Lancome. Such an elegant leather.
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Vintage Egoiste today.
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Pre-shower: Anais Anais
SOTD: Kai Eau de Parfum. This is a wonderful white floral, with the emphasis on gardenia.
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Amouage - Salalah Green
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Profumum Eccelso--magnolia, bergamot & nutmeg on sandalwood. A tad too powdery, but nevertheless enjoying it!

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SOTD: Creed Royal Oud. I've sampled this three times now and have never gotten it. My wife told me I smelled like a cheap hotel shampoo. It seems overloaded with Angelica. I had to scrub it this afternoon.

SOTE: Chanel No.5, borrowed from my wife. I would wear this in public if it wasn't so iconic and easily identifiable.
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Today: Tam Dao EdP.
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SOTE: Chanel No.5, borrowed from my wife. I would wear this in public if it wasn't so iconic and easily identifiable.

I think you should go ahead and wear the Chanel No. 5 in public anyway. I really think people overestimate others' ability to recognize scents--even famous ones--and to identify the gender to which they're marketed. I've told this story many times, but one day I wore Chanel No. 22 and someone complimented my on my cologne, which was "very gentlemanly."
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I think you should go ahead and wear the Chanel No. 5 in public anyway. I really think people overestimate others' ability to recognize scents--even famous ones--and to identify the gender to which they're marketed. I've told this story many times, but one day I wore Chanel No. 22 and someone complimented my on my cologne, which was "very gentlemanly."
You're probably right. It's weird, but I have no problem wearing Mitsouko, which is my go-to scent, or even Shalimar, but No. 5 does strike me as too feminine
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SOTD.. Terre d'Hermès ... I love this fragrance, more and more.  Wish it had better sillage though.

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L'Humaniste
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Talking about gentlemenly cologne, SOTD is Grand Neroli.
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MPG Jardin du Nil
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L'Humaniste
Love that one! Eau Sauvage today for me.
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