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post #61 of 174
^^^ That is why I like it.
post #62 of 174
Geoffrey Beene- Grey Flannel (3 sprays after a shower)

and once that runs out,

Diesel masculine (the green tea vapouriser)


I also like Bvlgari black tea, Varvatos, and Kenneth Cole black.
post #63 of 174
Recently I've switched to CO Bigelow's Bay Rum. It has a fairly "classic" scent, that I really enjoy, and it was way more affordable than some of the other classic colognes I looked at in the store.
post #64 of 174
I don't know exactly why but Grey Flannel smells absolutely horrible to me. This is odd because so many people love it.


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Originally Posted by strazzaque View Post
Geoffrey Beene- Grey Flannel (3 sprays after a shower)

and once that runs out,

Diesel masculine (the green tea vapouriser)


I also like Bvlgari black tea, Varvatos, and Kenneth Cole black.
post #65 of 174
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I don't know exactly why but Grey Flannel smells absolutely horrible to me. This is odd because so many people love it.

I like Grey Flannel; it's a somewhat unusual scent.
post #66 of 174
Cartier Déclaration every day for several years now - the only scent I've found I like enough to wear regularly. Despite it being very subtle (my primary reason for liking it) I've recieved several compliments on it... Though I suppose they may just be smelling the rather pleasantly gingery Body Shop deodorant I also use every day.

A thought struck me while reading through this thread; why on earth do we care if a scent is 'meant' for men or women?
post #67 of 174
Creed Green Irish Tweed or Silver Mountain Water. I use GIT more often tho
post #68 of 174
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Cartier Déclaration every day for several years now - the only scent I've found I like enough to wear regularly.

It's a great one, for sure. It was created by Jean-Claude Ellena, who is currently the "nose" for Hermes. Some others that he's done that you might like that are in a similar vibe would be my personal favorite citrus, Frederic Malle Cologne Bigarade or Bigarade Concentree (the slightly more potent version).

Bvlgari Thé Vert is another Ellena creation that is nice, albeit a little too fleeting. Eau de Lalique is another.
post #69 of 174
Amaris-for 70's throw back parties
Obsession for Men-consistently
Halston-very little goes too far!
post #70 of 174
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It's a great one, for sure. It was created by Jean-Claude Ellena, who is currently the "nose" for Hermes. Some others that he's done that you might like that are in a similar vibe would be my personal favorite citrus, Frederic Malle Cologne Bigarade or Bigarade Concentree (the slightly more potent version).

Bvlgari Thé Vert is another Ellena creation that is nice, albeit a little too fleeting. Eau de Lalique is another.
Thanks for the tip - I'm not familiar with those and will look out for them.
post #71 of 174
Chanel Platinum Egoiste - sprayed very lightly

Terre d'Hermes - for an unexpected clean dirt and mineral smell, it gets a bit boring sometimes though

Tumulte by Christian Lacroix - the one one note cedar that comes off bright and perky on me as opposed to dark and a cedar chest i.e. Gucci Rush

i've been thinking of investing in a bottle of Lalique Equus. I read it is like a more complex, quality version of Gucci Pour II

i find myself attracted to spiced and slightly sweet scents for the most part - ultra fresh scents can sometimes give me a headache

. . . oh yeah and i use this awesome sweet and spicy cedar soap by IndigoWild, i get compliments all the time!
post #72 of 174
Jean Paul Gaultier is nice also. Comes in a cool bottle as well.
post #73 of 174
For the spring and summer it's Terre d'Hermes (I love this stuff) and YSL l'Homme, with Bvlgari Aqua mixed in when I'm at the beach or the pool.
post #74 of 174
Rive Gauche Intense or
Acqua Di Parma Colonia Intensa
both are the shit and good for any and all situations
For serious and long days in meetings, I like Bois Du Portugal (Creed)
For serious but short meetings where I need to devour others I wear nothing.
post #75 of 174
^For devouring others, I find scents with Aoud wood/agarwood are excellent (like Montale or, if running low on funds, YSL M7). These scents reek of the kind of royalty that still executes criminals with a sword.
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