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post #496 of 513

Insane price point, but Bond No. 9:   "Brooklyn" and "Cooper Square" are damn good.  They are subtle and very unique, but overpriced.


You can only get them at Saks or their own website.  I try to get samples when I'm a new town with a Saks shog[1].gif

post #497 of 513
Have narrowed my wardrobe considerably, so now I have a top 8

Guerlain Mitsouko
Chanel Pour Monsieur
Creed Bois du Portugal
Chanel Cuir de Russie
Guerlain Habit Rouge
Hermes Bel Ami
Chanel Sycomore
Aqua di Parma Colonia Assoluta

Possible Additions at some point:
Guerlain Jicky
Guerlain Heritage (alternative to BDP?)
Roja Dove Diaghilev
Aramis Havana
Chanel Antaeus
post #498 of 513

What are your guys favorite deodorants and body washes that you can buy in a Drugstore or Walmart?

post #499 of 513
Originally Posted by omgitiszmd View Post

What are your guys favorite deodorants and body washes that you can buy in a Drugstore or Walmart?

Speed stick and Ivory bars.

Are you looking for someone to justify your recent Axe purchase? ...didn't quite turn out like the commercials, did it?
post #500 of 513
Originally Posted by div25sec9 View Post

Speed stick and Ivory bars.

Are you looking for someone to justify your recent Axe purchase? ...didn't quite turn out like the commercials, did it?

Actually no smile.gif I used to use Old Spice but just found it wasn't lasting long enough so I decided to try out Dove for Men. I like it so far and the scent lasts so that's good! I was just trying to see what others used so maybe I could try it out.
post #501 of 513

Bump and looking for some advice


These are the fragrances that I've got out right now that I like


Creed - Green Irish Tweed

Creed - Aventus

Creed - Tabarome Millesime

Tom Ford - Italian Cypress (Love this)

Chanel Pour Homme

Pasha de Cartier

Jo Malone - Lime, Basil, & Mandarin

Jo Malone - Pomegranate Noir


I'm looking for something very good for the summer...light and fresh...something I can wear everyday at work and casually...


Any recs?

post #502 of 513
You might like Chanel Allure Homme Edition Blanche.
post #503 of 513

Thanks :)


I just ordered a 1.5ml spray decant from the Perfume Court of that and several others to try out...

post #504 of 513

All Year: Creed Aventus, Creed Green Irish Tweed





Signature Scent: Dior Homme (reformulated)/Dior Homme Intense(vintage)

Phaedon Tabac Rouge

Thiery Mugler Pure Havane

Creed Royal Oud

Valentino Uomo

Dior Ambre Nuit

Dior Bois D'Argent




Signature Scent: Creed Aventus

Dolce and Gabbana the One for Men

Gucci Pour Homme 2

Dior Homme Sport

Creed Virgin Island Water

Yves Saint Laurent L'homme

post #505 of 513

What about escada?? I know this is a girls perfume but i really love it.

post #506 of 513

Actually i bought ESCADA for my girl friend therefore it might be the reason i love it.

post #507 of 513

Creed GIT

Hermes Rocabar

Barney's Route du The

Rance 1795 Le Vainqueur

Creed Tabarome

post #508 of 513
I'll play .....

Vetiver Extraordinaire, Frederic Malle
New York, Nicolai
Chergui, Serge Lutens
Creed, Royal Oud
D'Orange Vert, Hermes
l'Humaniste, Frapin
Forest, Knize
Jubilation XXV, Amouage
Cuir, Mona di Orio
Back to Black, Killian
post #509 of 513
Originally Posted by HORNS View Post

OK, here's a half-assed list:

Chanel Pour Monsieur Concentree - my all-time love and like my wife, I'm confident it will never become old to me.
Diptyque Tam Dao - such an elegant sandlewood scent. I love putting on a sweater in which I previously wore this and catching the smell again, because it really is quite linear.
Terre d'Hermes - one of the most cerebral scents I've ever encountered.
Carolina Herrera for Men - does anyone with a better nose know how to describe this scent? It's sweet and sophisticated to me.
Le Labo Oud 27 - it stinks, but I can't stop smelling it, much like smelling my finger after scratching my ass.
Voyage d'Hermes - there's something almost mechanical about how this scent works. It distinctly clicks from one phase to the next. Fascinating to me. The drydown is like Timbuktu to me.
Serge Lutens Tuberose Criminelle - so phenolic and complex and in-your-face. God, I wish my wife would wear this stuff!
Oscar de la Renta Pour Lui - a hard core blast from the 80's. When I wear this I feel like I have a red Ferrari and a big black buck buddy who can fly me from island to island in his helicopter.
Guerlain Habit Rouge - old, sophisticated, so complex - it smells French.
L'Occitane Vetyver - it smells like Zubrowka Vodka. Creamy vetiver with evergreen. I add this as an adjunct to other scents.

It's been three years since I've revisited my list:

Oscar de la Renta Pour Lui - this one stays close to my heart because it's what my dad used to wear (he's still around but wearing other things now).
Chanel Pour Monsieur Concentree - still a great, heavy version of Pour Monsieur, of which I got a bottle of the vintage juice.
Diptyque Tam Dao - I have two bottles of the vintage juice, and it's one of the most comforting scents I own. It's also one of the very few that I get compliments on.
Chanel Sycomore - smokey vetiver with lots of aldehydes, though not as much aldehydes as in many other Chanels.
Guerlain Vol de Nuit - possibly the best perfume ever created.
Serge Lutens Tuberose Criminelle - camphorous tuberose, like a closed sunny room with a stem of these flowers stuck inside.
Parfums Regence Kolnisch Juchten - there's so many other leather fragrances out there, but this one is the ancient original and trumps them all. Even Bel Ami and Knize Ten.
Frederic Malle Portrait of a Lady - I'm usually too self-conscious to wear this powerhouse of rose, berry, and patchouli. One of the best fragrances of the past 20 years.
Frederic Malle Geranium Pour Monsieur - one of the most unique "clean" fragrances ever created; there's really nothing else like it. This is what I always wear on the airplane.
Amouage Memoir Man - dark, bitter, and sophisticated. It's what needs to be worn at a ballet or orchestral concert.

One that I'd like to add is Chanel Bois des Iles, which is a stunning sandalwood surrounded by orris and ylang-ylang.
post #510 of 513
^Great choices.
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