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Scent/Fragrance of the Day thread

Discussion in 'Health & Body' started by Dmax, Aug 22, 2007.

  1. Kempy

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    SOTD is Creed Green Irish Tweed enjoying this for early Fall here in Seattle.
     
  2. L'Incandescent

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    Venetian Bergamot is my SOTD. Still enjoying this very much.
     
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    The scent that started it all for me... Tobacco Vanilla
     
  4. Master-Classter

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    SOTD Amouage Reflection Man. Have a full bottle, haven't really worn it much. Yeah pretty decent, don't love it, but it's good.
     
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    Tonight . . . make it a Knize Ten night.
     
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    I am rockin' Aziyade as SOTE. There is hell of cumin in this one, can't even be gainsaid.
     
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    I'm wearing Iris Silver Mist today, and strangely enough it is not a cold steely sensation I get today but rather spicy and dirty. It has always had a lot of clove in it, but I'm detecting this in bucketloads today, along with something hard to describe. Skanky?
     
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    SOTD is Gucci Pour Homme I. Nice cedar and incense fragrance that smells like pencil shavings. Not worth the eBay price, however.
     
  9. Kempy

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    SOTD is A*Men - Pure Malt, one of my only blind buys. Like this one a lot but the Angel for women fragrance is essentially my girlfriend's "signature scent" and this smells so much like that one I think Mugler just phoned it in after his initial success.
     
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    Velvet Orchid for me today. It is by Tom Ford.
     
  12. HORNS

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    Tonight I am wearing Montale Black Oud.
     
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    Byredo Green yesterday. I spent all day in the car today, so I thought it best not to inflict anything on my asthmatic wife. A parcel when I got home containing DS&D Italian Citrus plus a few samples should see me right for next week.
     
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    Love Italian Citrus! Nice blood orange fragrance with a musky backbone. It has very good longevity and projection for a citrus scent.

    I had a dental appointment this morning, so I needed to wear something as unobtrusive as possible. I chose Bleu de Chanel. I'm going to a gala after-party tonight, at which I am thinking of wearing TFPB Plum Japonais.
     
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    Wearing Cuero di Pepe Nero, by Erbario Toscano. Found it in the town of Pienza and Florence—fell in love! Amazing scent of amber, black pepper, cedar (?)...nice and warm, faintly soapy.
     
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    Never heard of this brand. They seem, from a very quick Google search, like an Italian L'Occitane.

    Today I'm wearing Anat Fritz Classical.
     
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    Chanel BdC- Eau de Parfum
     
  18. L'Incandescent

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    I own a large number of fragrances, but there are only a few that make me say "wow, that's good!" every time I put it on. One of them is Amber Absolute, which is my SOTD.
     
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    Gah, I still havent sampled this and I know@Master-Classter had some decants of this. I may need to bother him...
    Cool weather is here again so I am starting my habit of Habit Rouge Fridays again. :)
     
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    Do it. AA is fantastic, and so is M-C.
     
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