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Whats your everyday scent?

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

  1. RustyRyan

    RustyRyan Senior member

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    I mainly rotate depending of weather, mood, what I'm doing: JPG Le Male, Issey l'eau D'Issey, Penhaligon's Blenheim Bouquet, YSL M7 Fresh, Creed Imperiale, and Jil Sander for men. Just picked up a bottle of Donna Karan Fuel on ebay which I plan to work into my rotation.
     
  2. zatarregaza

    zatarregaza Senior member

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    I've always touted L'Occitane every day summer fragrances. Well, I have a new favorite from them - their White Tea Eau de Toilette. I just picked it up this weekend and as part of their promotion had a few bar soaps tossed in for free. Like their Green Tea with Mint Eau de Toilette it just works well with my body chemistry and lasts all day long on me.

    For evenings and special occasions I still stick with the Terre d'Hermes.
     
  3. James Gatz

    James Gatz Senior member

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    These days I've been alternating between Ormonde Man and Isfarkand. My gf tells me that she prefers Isfarkand, but I'm not sure if that's the truth or if she just wants me to ignore the fact that she purloined my bottle of Ormonde Man to use herself.
     
  4. Stazy

    Stazy Senior member

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    I don't know if it is up to SF standards but I use Givenchy Pour Homme Blue Label. I received it as a Christmas gift last year.
     
  5. Montauk

    Montauk Senior member

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  6. mdeep1

    mdeep1 Senior member

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    CK One, I'll be adding D&G Light Blue to my rotation soon.
     
  7. Tcameron

    Tcameron Senior member

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    Sandalwood Deordorant by Crabtree and Evelyn with the occasional Vera Wang for Men or Creed Green Irish Tweed.
     
  8. Tcameron

    Tcameron Senior member

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    And yes for a College kid, I smell like a 50 year old.
     
  9. sky140885

    sky140885 Well-Known Member

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    YSL Live Jazz and Chanel Allure Sports Homme.
     
  10. Xericx

    Xericx Senior member

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    Chanel Platinum or Chanel Allure Blanche Edition
     
  11. apan

    apan New Member

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    old spice, curve or polo blue
     
  12. AR_Six

    AR_Six Senior member

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    Currently, John Varvatos.
     
  13. J Darnielle

    J Darnielle Senior member

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    Bvlgari Aqva or Acqua Di Gio....
     
  14. Biggskip

    Biggskip Senior member

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    A little Aveda after-shave balm followed up with LaCoste Essential. The LaCoste won in a three way competition judged by my wife. The other competitors were Z Zegna and Acqua Di Gio.
     

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