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    Re: Fragrances!

    I am quite a frag head

    some favorites from my collection:

    Cooler weather:

    Tom Ford Tuscan Leather
    Tom Ford Tobacco Vanille
    YSL La Nuit
    L'Instant de Guerlain Extreme
    Serge Lutens Fille en Auguilles
    Pure Malt
    Bond no 9 New Haarlem

    Warm weather:

    Creed Millesime Imperial
    Creed Aventus
    YSL Lhomme
    Frapin l'humaniste
    creed Green Irish Tweed



    Off the top of my head :)
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    Re: Fragrances!

    Quote Originally Posted by Kyleisraaddd View Post
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    Bond no 9 New Haarlem
    I love Bond no 9 New Haarlem. Patchouli, Lavendar, Bergamot, Vanilla... it's all my favorite scents ;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kittysafe View Post
    I love Bond no 9 New Haarlem. Patchouli, Lavendar, Bergamot, Vanilla... it's all my favorite scents ;)
    New Haarlem is one of my fav's from Bond. I'm not a coffee drinker, but I wear the hell out of in the colder weather!

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    Bond No. 9

    This perfume comes in many many styles and varieties, with some very chic and cool looking bottles.

    Perfection in a bottle

    I don't like a perfume that is too strong, that tries to define me, but rather one like this which accentuates my complexity. For the size of the bottle, the price is not bad, the thing is much bigger than it looks and will last years the way I use it sparingly. Containing some of my favorite scents since I was a kid even, lavendar, patchouli, bergamot, coffee and cedar, it's really nice, yet somehow managing to remain light and unobtrusive. A refreshing smell, especially after a rain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyleisraaddd View Post
    Tom Ford Tobacco Vanille
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    creed Green Irish Tweed
    I used GIT all through college but now I'm starting to like Himalaya a lot more; Tobacco Vanille was really good when I tried it but after the tobacco top scent died down and it actually ended up smelling like marshmallows. Still need to try Aventus though.

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    Re: Fragrances!

    Over the years I've used many colognes, original Burberry, chromo azzaro, versace metal jeans. Now I prefer YSL l'homme libre, sean john I am King, Gucci Guilty, Issey Miyake and Aqua Di Gio.

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    Re: Fragrances!

    I do like Pinaud,it gives that old time barbershop smell.

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    chanel for men, black bottle. Smells very nice and light...
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    Re: Fragrances!

    IMO the only Chanel that is worth purchasing is Egoiste (none Platinum) and the original Allure and not the flankers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stilo View Post
    Not a frag head but I like smelling nice. My signature cologne for the last ten years has been Costume National, however, I've gone through a bunch that I think are classics in their own right. Swiss Army, Chanel Blue and Hugo Boss Original to name a few.
    WHAT?!?! THOSE THREE CLASSICS?!?!?! Noo. Maybe Chanel Pour Monsieur is a classic, but not Bleu, Boss, or Swiss Army lol

    Quote Originally Posted by Kittysafe View Post
    I love Bond no 9 New Haarlem. Patchouli, Lavendar, Bergamot, Vanilla... it's all my favorite scents ;)
    Rochas Man for 20 bucks is better :P. And it was the inspiration for New Haarlem. Sorry.

    Quote Originally Posted by velvetdon25 View Post
    IMO the only Chanel that is worth purchasing is Egoiste (none Platinum) and the original Allure and not the flankers.
    I strongly disagree. Platinum Egoiste is better. None of the Allure's are worth it. Allure is too generic (take into consideration this is a cold weather scent and you can do a LOT better for winter). Buy H.M. if you want lemon. I'm still trying to figure out why they made Eau Extreme. AHS sucks. However, Bleu De Chanel (shockingly) is pretty good for a modern fragrance to me BUT I prefer Versace Pour Homme for an easy to wear summer fragrance (although Bleu isn't technically and aquatic).
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