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Seasonal Sents

Discussion in 'Health & Body' started by cloose, Feb 12, 2013.

  1. cloose

    cloose Member

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    While I realize scent is very subjective, I have been a loyal Tom Ford Tuscan Leather man for fall and winter it seems forever. Still struggling to find a spring and summer scent...suggestions welcome.
     
  2. L'Incandescent

    L'Incandescent Senior member

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    There's a big thread somewhere here that's devoted completely to summer scents.

    My stock answer to this question is Hermes Un Jardin sur le Nil. I think Fils de Dieu du Riz et des Agrumes by Etat Libre d'Orange is also great.

    If you want to stick with Tom Ford, Neroli Portofino might be a good bet. Or Azure Lime.

    But there are lots and lots of possibilities.
     
  3. cloose

    cloose Member

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    Thank you for the input.
     
  4. MRMan

    MRMan Senior member

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    Good TF suggestions above.

    If you'd like to stay niche, Creed has plenty of safe spring/summer scents: Green Irish Tweed, Aventus (year-round), Millesime Imperial, Virgin Island Water (almost comically summery), Original Vetiver, Selection Verte.
     
  5. MRMan

    MRMan Senior member

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    Should also mention that if you value longevity, Creed may not be best for you. Definitely research a bit before buying a full bottle.
     

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