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Colognes ideas/help required

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by rabbit, Apr 3, 2016.

  1. rabbit

    rabbit Member

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    I recently moved from Boston to Glasgow, and with the distinct lack of seasons (and no more sweltering humidity) I need to rethink my idea of a cologne regiment. Any ideas on good fragrances that really shine, particularly on a rainy day?

    Previously I loved Gucci Pour Homme II for the NE summers (but the longevity on that is terrible) and Terre de Hermes for the winters, but I think either would be too weak/strong for the more temperate climate here.

    My current scents are Bleu de Chanel or Tom Ford for Men.

    thanks

    (Sorry if this is in the wrong thread, but I see cologne talk in both classic menswear and grooming)
     

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