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I'm afraid that florals isn't really my forte, so I don't think I'm the best person you should be asking. However, there should be some really useful threads like this one:
I hope this helps!
what's up dude! Sorry for the long silence, been busy getting it on with the new year. So Grey Flannel got you hooked. I love GF but the 'florals' are not quite florals...it is the violet leaf that you are smelling.
The new and popular florals for men are Kenzo Power (the cologne version is better that the eau de toilette), Guerlain Homme (some don't consider it a floral but it is), and something totally wild: Jean Paul Gaultier's Fluer du Male, which I highly recommend for you to try. The "La Cologne" version of it is better as well.
Winter scents in the summer! I do that all the time! Sometimes, to get the full notes reading on a frag, I wear it in hot weather. Anteus is very good, very manly and strong, though it comes across as old school sometimes. Enjoy it!
Hi! Sorry this message os soooo late, but work and school and life has been EXTREMELY busy for me. Your question about a woody scent is a good one, I personally enjoy Hugo Boss Bottled, very woodsy, but the vanilla ontent is a bit high...maybe too high for you.
In that case, try Paul Smith London in the brown bottle with the pointy top. Very very woody, though I find it synthetic. If you can find Hermes Terre d'Hermes, I think you will like it. it is not totally woody, and it is a citrus, but it is the kinda citrus you will like...I promise!
Sorry about the delay in getting back to you.
Have you tried Rochas Lui yet? I really think you'll like this one. Also give the vetivers by both Guerlain and Givenchy a try (citrus topnotes but they don't last long). Givenchy Gentleman is another one to watch out for - vetiver, patchouli and leather. Also Eau Noire and Dune pour Homme by Christian Dior may interest you.
These are off the top of my head and I'm not sure if you own these already (let alone tested them) but let me know what you think. There are many more but I can't remember them in this moment.
Glad to ahve been of help!
yes i like M7 too. I already bought it after you gave me a suggestion some time ago!!! ...i fell more comfort with insense woody scents. M7 just have a hint of vanilla to my taste, and i dont like vanill, but its just a hint, so i dont dislike m7. I am just trying to go away from the dry dry scents like gucci PH and the sweetness of Dior homme, for example... can you compare equus to tumulte? ( which is more daily wearable, no sweet? no vanilla? i hope!, longivity, cedar inside!!!). these two don´t have in brazil, so i may do i blind buy of them. thank you see ya!
here is what i understood from you message to me... you are keen to try Tumulte and would like to know if it's similar ot Kyoto and you havent tried Kyoto too...? well, they both are danr similar, no doubt about tht. i prefer Kyoto over tumulte anyday. their similarity to Gucci PH? well, cant see any comparison atall...you like Visit eh :0 thts a nice scent. if you like Visit, then you "must" try YSL M7. it has pretty similar accords. and may i dare say, M7 is much more interesting.
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