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Whats your everyday scent?

Discussion in 'Health & Body' started by effec, Mar 25, 2008.

  1. Baron

    Baron Well-Known Member

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    nutmeg! Edit: whoops - was thinking of Cacherel.
     
  2. globetrotter

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    That Creed is a good one, but you must branch out, my friend! If you like Himalaya, perhaps Green Valley or Aubepine Acacia might also be up your alley. They're very nice, but with a hint of sweetness to them.

    For something a little more smutty (but with plenty of Creedness), Ambre Canelle.

    As for me, I don't have an everyday scent. It all depends on the weather, my mood, what I'm wearing, or how much time I have to get ready in the morning. If all else fails, Chanel PM is always a good fall-back and good in most any setting.


    I prefer to keep it simple - one scent, for the past few years. I don't like to have to worry about thinking about what scent I will wear that day
     
  3. slycedbred

    slycedbred Well-Known Member

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    rotate between burberry touch, bvlgari aqua, givenchy pi, givenchy blue label, and gucci pour homme (smells like a forest but its nice)
     
  4. bure

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    armani code, ladies just love it
     
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    Sex Panther

    actually, just deodorant and soap. I get a lot of compliments on my good smelling self.
     
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    Such a fantastic scent. Maybe because it's reminiscent of a clean diaper and a baby's ass.

    But not fecal matter--I like scents with a slight fecal note.
     
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    But not fecal matter--I like scents with a slight fecal note.

    I thought I should quote this. I'm not sure what to think of it yet.
     
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    I thought I should quote this. I'm not sure what to think of it yet.

    In the 18th century, some luxury scents were made with pudeur--I believe it was called--which was literally baby shit.
     
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    Huggies baby wash. I started using my Niece's when we were at the beach, and I like the scent, plus it makes my skin soft.
     
  10. rach2jlc

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    I prefer to keep it simple - one scent, for the past few years. I don't like to have to worry about thinking about what scent I will wear that day

    Makes sense. But, I'm just saying, if you like Himalaya, obviously you've got a good nose... so if you are at a Neiman Marcus or a Creed boutique, you may want to give those others a sniff. They might be good for a change... [​IMG]
     
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    Christian Dior Higher Energy during the warmer weather months. Kind of a random fragrance but it goes with my skin chemistry really well and ALWAYS draws complements from the ladies.
     
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    Sex Panther

    actually, just deodorant and soap. I get a lot of compliments on my good smelling self.


    Lucky bastard! sex panther is illegal in my country! but it does have a pungent smell!
     
  13. jay0407

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    Armani Black, CDG 888, Dior Homme
     
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    I like bay rum, but at 23, I sometimes feel a bit too young to use it.

    My everyday os usually John Varvatos Vintage, or Devin by Aramis.
     
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    Tom Ford for Men. Reminds me of my girlfriend's Black Orchid.
     
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    Tom Ford for Men. Reminds me of my girlfriend's Black Orchid.

    I just bought some today after my sample ran out.

    It's amazing.
     
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    gnatty8 Well-Known Member

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    Tom Ford

    Polo Black

    Bulgari Extreme

    Anything Hermes
     
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    Tom Ford for Men. Reminds me of my girlfriend's Black Orchid.

    If you like the Ford, you may want to give the original Escada Pour Homme a try. I find that they both have a somewhat similar vibe going on, and the Escada is usually obtainable at a very deep discount (if you live near a TjMaxx/Marshalls, you can probably find some for $15 or so).
     
  20. brad-t

    brad-t Well-Known Member

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    If you like the Ford, you may want to give the original Escada Pour Homme a try. I find that they both have a somewhat similar vibe going on, and the Escada is usually obtainable at a very deep discount (if you live near a TjMaxx/Marshalls, you can probably find some for $15 or so).

    I live on an island in Canada. [​IMG] I will check it out though! Thanks!

    I am looking for some androgynous and beautiful men's scents. Any ideas?
     

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