**long post warning**
1 Year Update:
It's hard to believe it's been over a year since I had this journey. It was such an incredible, overwhelming, tiring, and fun thing to attempt. I really wanted to take a look back at these fragrances and more importantly talk about what I have reached for most over the year.
Needless to say I took a nice long break from most of the Vetiver fragrances after I finished this thread. Once I was ready to start wearing them
Updated 21st October 2016 at 02:39 PM by Mythrol
Originally Posted by Mitchapalooza
Ok i got my pineapple vintage samples today, give me a couple days to test them & i'll post my experience in the pv thread. Thanks again Smellsliketeenspirit!
Take your time. I think most of the reviews will be completed next week
Géranium pour Monsieur by Editions de Parfums Frederic Malle
Geranium Pour Monsieur, Editions Frederic Malle.
Now for some luxury! I picked up a sample of ‘Geranium Pour Monsieur,’ at Parfumarija in Dublin. This niche perfume is part of the Frederic Malle collection and created by perfumer Dominique Ropian.
I sprayed this sample on my arm at 2.30pm on a balmy Saturday then headed out for the day with my notebook. The fragrance
Today I'm wearing Habanita, Eau de Parfum by Molinard. I picked up a bottle of this famous fragrance while visiting the factory in Grasse this month. This is Molinard's first fragrance that was made in 1921, however the formula has been changed since!
Habanita is described as "mysterious and addictive, classical and modern, for the strong and free-spirited."
I experienced most of that when wearing it, due to the very contrasting accords my level of wonder
Originally Posted by NickZee
I think anything with strong woods and minimal florals and a little overapplication screams "don't mess with me".
Ralph Lauren Polo
Room 1015 Electric Wood
Frederick Malle Monsieur
Tom Ford Italian Cypress
These are not fragrances you wear for compliments. They are an expression of fearlessness, they fortify your masculinity and make people push away even though you smell classy as hell.
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