Scent/Fragrance of the Day thread

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

  1. Kvc06

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    My favorite: Terre D'Hermes today, tomorrow, the next day
     


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    Today: Egoiste. Fruity-woody apple-pie sandlewood.
     


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    Was thinking of Montale Red Aoud this morning. But I still hadn't really sniffed it yet, and I decided I didn't want to take a chance. Knowing Montale longevity, I'd be stuck with it all day if I didn't like it. Went with Bleecker Street to be safe.
     


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    Went with Bleeker St myself today - just in a green kind of mood
     


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    Muscs Koublai Khan today.
     


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    Ok, so I'm aware this might lead to some abuse from you guys. But I'm always on the look out for some relatively inexpensive cologne, mass-market, that not that many people use.

    so...with that in mind.....I've been looking for a more masculine scent. Nowdays I rotate between Lanvin oxygen, Zegna, and Issey Miyake. So you see the level of fragrance sophistication I'm working with. I used to buy classier stuff, but I realised on my budget, fragrance isn't important enough to warrant more than 60-80 bucks and little effort.

    any one have any experience with D squared rocky mountain woods? i read some reviews of it that make it sound kind of nice.
     


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    today - Cacheral PH. Citrus and herbs, reminds me a bit of Eau Sauvage.
     


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    Ok, so I'm aware this might lead to some abuse from you guys. But I'm always on the look out for some relatively inexpensive cologne, mass-market, that not that many people use. so...with that in mind.....I've been looking for a more masculine scent. Nowdays I rotate between Lanvin oxygen, Zegna, and Issey Miyake. So you see the level of fragrance sophistication I'm working with. I used to buy classier stuff, but I realised on my budget, fragrance isn't important enough to warrant more than 60-80 bucks and little effort. any one have any experience with D squared rocky mountain woods? i read some reviews of it that make it sound kind of nice.
    No abuse warranted. Yeah, DSquared is a pleasant fragrance. You should test it on your skin at least twice before buying it. I think I saw some at Nordstrom's. Plenty of good colognes for <$80 out there. Burberry London is a really great one for Fall and Winter. You can get a small bottle for ~ $45. YSL Rive Gauche is very masculine in an old skool barbershop way. A bottle can be had for ~ $35 Fahrenheit is worth testing out. Available at Sephora for ~ $60
     


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    Today, a light spray of Guerlain Anisia Bella: a light, herbal anise. Should wear fine in the summer.
     


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    What's this one like? I don't see to much in the way of PG around here.

    Its complicated, it smells like a handsome, wealthy alcoholic in his mid-30's in 1948 Hollywood, mid winter day, post-coitus.
    Hehe. Its a green Chypres and has alot of staying power all day.
    It does have a classic note to it.
    It is my fav scent. Kind of pricy, but a little goes along way.
     


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    Its complicated, it smells like a handsome, wealthy alcoholic in his mid-30's in 1948 Hollywood, mid winter day, post-coitus. Hehe. Its a green Chypres and has alot of staying power all day. It does have a classic note to it. It is my fav scent. Kind of pricy, but a little goes along way.
    Interesting. Where'd you come by it? Barney's?
     


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    Sampling Guerlain Derby for the first time today. This is as good as everyone says it is, IMO. Very complex, nonlinear fragrance, but the development is seamless. I especially like how the mint at the top is so well integrated, instead of dominating the other notes. It's a very classic masculine.
     


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    I'll have to try out Derby given that I tend like mint. Wearing another minty frag today HdP Defile NY.
     


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