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    Sticky: Re: Synchronized Fridays 2014

    For the oud/woody notes sync I chose a scent I haven't worn for a few years: Samsara. It was really nice to re-discover it.
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    Betsy, you're making me really curious! :wink:
    Love the add with the black cat, btw.

    I was late getting into fragrances so there are not many which remind me of old flames. Ex-husband would be...
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    Get well, Betsy! You are doing a fantastic job, I am enjoying our syncs a lot. Thank you!
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    Ah, Guerlain is my most-worn house of all times. So many fantastic choices...

    Today, I decided to go for my samples instead of the well-known and much-worn bottles. Couldn't resist doubling the...
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    Sticky: Re: Synchronized Fridays 2014

    I'm wearing the beautiful Shalimar flanker Shalimar Ode a la Vanille sur le Route de Mexique. I wish Guerlain would just widely release (and bring back) all the Ode a la Vanille editions - each and...
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    Sticky: Re: Synchronized Fridays 2014

    It would be fun to do another sync the other way round as well: a re-formulated scent of which you like the new version more than the original.

    We could also do a "flankers" Friday.

    Syncing in...
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    Sticky: Re: Synchronized Fridays 2014

    Betsy, thank you very much for doing this! I like the list a lot, there's indeed something for everybody in there.

    A few ideas:
    Your favourite parfumeur/nose
    The house you have the most bottles...
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    Re: Synchronised Fridays 2013

    LAST CALL

    Dear synchronisers,

    I am sorry to see that nobody has volunteered to create the 2014 sync forum. I am unable to do it so somebody will need to take the task on him-/herself,...
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    Re: Synchronised Fridays 2013

    WE STILL DON'T HAVE A NEW MODERATOR!!!

    Dear all,

    The last sync of the year is approaching and there still haven't been any volunteers to take over the forum moderation duties. So please, if...
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    Re: Synchronised Fridays 2013

    NEW FORUM MODERATOR SOUGHT

    Dear synchronisers,

    Unfortunately, the time has come for me to hand over the duty of forum creation and moderation to somebody else. My life has become a lot busier...
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    Re: Synchronised Fridays 2013

    Zizan from Ormonde Jayne for me.
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    Re: Synchronised Fridays 2013

    I am working on updating a list. Trying to remember what other syncs we have decided on...

    I added "A trip down memory lane" for coming Friday. This could cover vintage scents, fragrances evoking...
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    Re: Synchronised Fridays 2013

    Unfortunately, I don't remember what the next sync was. Maybe somebody will... Otherwise let's just think of a sync we'd enjoy and go with that.
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    Re: Synchronised Fridays 2013

    Wearing La Chasse aux Papillons today - carefree and cheerful.

    After reading rowan's description I added Sova to my "to sniff" list. The list of ingredients sounds mouth watering.
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    Re: Synchronised Fridays 2013

    Ah, mumsy, hillarious! You have to add it to the reviews. :laugh:
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    Re: Synchronised Fridays 2013

    I don't think you can make it much smaller, Donna! :smiley: Though now that I come to think of it Maria Amalia only has one scent and so does Anne Pliska.

    I am wearing Ormonde Jayne's Tiare form a...
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    Re: 'Sediment' in perfume?

    I am also curious where the weird particles are coming from.

    I have seen this happening before with splash minis and roll-ons, but there it is quite clear that skin flakes can (and will) easily...
  18. Poll: Re: If your beloved doesn't like/hate a scent you really love, you...

    Well, mine doesn't enjoy ANY of the scents I have. He would prefer me not using fragrance at all. Our compromise is that I put my scent on right before leaving for work (literally standing in the...
  19. Re: So simple, so obvious et sooo enjoyable! Tell us about yours :D

    Off thread mode: L'Erbolario is great value for the money. I own Meharees, Ambraliquida, Iris and Tiare and plan on purchasing more when I get the chance to visit Italy again.
  20. Re: what was the longest time ever you waited for....

    About a month I think.

    The base rule followed on MUA and swaptawk is 2 months' waiting time in the case of an international swap.
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    Re: What is in your collection

    Up to recently I accumulated lots of decants and samples. Now I am trying to empty them and reduce my collection to bottles (and a few minis).

    Here is the overview (approximately):
    95 bottles
    20...
  22. Re: So simple, so obvious et sooo enjoyable! Tell us about yours :D

    I also very much need my simple, unpretentious scents. No. 5 Eau Premiere is one which always works for me. Simple florals such as Ofresia are also great.
  23. Re: M Micallef Note Vanillee - much sandalwood?

    Ah, I'm sorry that they are out. It seems that it's out of production.

    I've just noticed that you can still find samples and decants on flaconambaric (for instance:...
  24. Re: What's similar to Montale Patchouli Leaves?

    Real Patchouly is quite similar, indeed. I'd also recommend sniffing Anne Pliska, I Profumi di Firenze Ambra del Nepal. This is a bit further away from Patchouli Leaves but you might also like Musc...
  25. Re: Do you guys buy testers without the cap? Does it bug the living hell out of you like it does me?

    The lack of a cap only bothers me if it is a really special one (think of the Armani Prive bottles or Micallef Gaiac). Otherwise I am totally happy with a tester if I can get it for a low price.
  26. Re: Tom Ford Neroli Portofino - cheaper / better alternatives

    Not exactly the same, but to me great alternatives: TDC Bergamote, Blue Mediterraneo Arancia di Capri, Hermes Eau d'Orange Verte (this is much sharper and dryer than NP).
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    Re: Worst Niche Line And Why ?

    Well,... I was about to name Bond no. 9 as the worst niche house I know when I read your post. :smiley: Boring scents sold for way too much money. I can appreciate Chinatown from a distance (though...
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    Poll: Re: Kelly Caleche vs. Black Orchid

    I strongly dislike Black Orchid, I find it very aggressive/oppressive. It's your typical "fruitchouli", made a tad darker and have to admit, made better than most. I can imagine Kelly Caleche easier...
  29. Re: Your Most Recent Purchase That You're Very Happy With

    Terre d'Hermes EDT and a few bottles of vintage Shalimar. Can hardly wait for them to show up in the post. :smiley:
  30. Re: What scents do you trust in extreme circumstances?

    Fun thread, mumsy! :smiley:

    Let's see (based on my FB collection):

    a) Isabey Gardenia
    b) Basically anything I feel like putting on at the moment
    c) I think something formal, on the masculine...
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    Re: Synchronised Fridays 2013

    Hi mumsy, I have a bottle of Tubereuse Criminelle. I don't think there exist multiple versions of the "liquid" stuff. The gasoline-like note in it is very strong and it doesn't disappear later...
  32. Re: M Micallef Note Vanillee - much sandalwood?

    Welcome to Basenotes, burntsienna! I hope you'll enjoy your stay here.

    I don't detect the sandalwood in Note Vanille, but I am fairly bad in discerning notes. What I do smell is a vanilla with a...
  33. Re: My Score of the Decade!!! Wax Sealed Vintage Tabac Blond!!!

    Wow! Enjoy! :smiley:
  34. Re: Desperate to find an affordable alternative to Bois 1920 Real Patchouly

    Welcome to Basenotes, anitashank! I would recommend you to try Anne Pliska. It's quite affordable (luckyscent carries it) and it is a beautiful patchouli with amber. I agree with the recommendations...
  35. Re: What would interest you most about a new release?

    House, notes, then nose. And of course reviews. I wish though that there were MUCH less new releases - I don't even get a chance to sample the new ones from the handful of houses I like the most.
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    Re: The "back of the wardrobe" challenge

    Today, I am wearing Fou d'Absinthe. It's been sitting on my shelf for the past two years, collecting dust. I did not remember that it had a strong burnt/caramellised top note. One hour into wearing...
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    Re: Synchronised Fridays 2013

    I could only come up with Tubereuse Criminelle for a "vicious" scent. Alas, I had to go scentless on Friday (and the entire weekend) so I did not wear it. I'm not sure if I would have had the courage...
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    Re: is it worth buying big bottles? (i.e. 6.7 oz)

    For a personal collection I wouldn't buy such a huge bottle. However, if you are considering selling decants of it then it can be very much worth it.
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    Re: Shop forbidding (private) re-sale of samples

    I'm somewhat hesitant to disclose the shop's name at this point, so I copy the relevant text from their website:

    "De samples sets die u bij (shop's name) kunt kopen dienen om u de kwaliteit en...
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    Re: The "back of the wardrobe" challenge

    I am afraid that in my case there's no way around this. I have around 90 bottles which means that if I want to treat them evenly then they would each get about 4 wears per year. But I also want to...
  41. Re: House of Vintage Dana Do you have any vintage Dana perfumes and would you like to talk about th

    I have minis of Tabu, which I adore, and a vintage mini of Ambush. It's quite a serious powder beast. Lovely in really cold weather, a bit too much otherwise.
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    Re: Are our skins really that different?

    I never really doubted that fragrances can smell different on different people (just think of how widely different the skins of different people smell) but one little experiment has convinced me for...
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    Shop forbidding (private) re-sale of samples

    I am curious of what you think of this story (warning: long rambling follows).

    A friend of mine has purchased some samples from a Dutch niche shop. After having tested them she placed them on...
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    Re: Une Fleur de Cassie vs Farnesiana

    I don't find the two similar at all. Une Fleur de Cassie is an intriguing fruity fragrance while Farnesiana is an enveloping heliotrope/almond beauty.
  45. Re: Anything else along the lines of Ormonde Man ?

    I think the only fragrance which resembles Ormonde Man somewhat is Ormonde Woman (but then with more accent on the green facets in place of the amber) - they share the same base.
  46. Re: Vintage Mini finds, Ambush skin perfume oil by Dana and Balle-looking for info

    I am not familiar with the oil version of Ambush. I have a vintage mini which is a delicious, enveloping powdery-floral scent.
  47. Re: Honey Apple or Caramel Apple type of fragrances

    I am repeating mr. reasonable's suggestion: Ambre Narguile. It smells like slightly caramellised apfel strudel with vanilla sauce.

    Yves Rocher's 2012 Christmas specials called Appel Delight (if I...
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    Re: The "back of the wardrobe" challenge

    I really enjoy reading all your stories.

    Today, I am re-visiting Rose Poivree which I haven't worn in more than a year. I was longing for something drastically different than what I wore during...
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    Re: Synchronised Fridays 2013

    This sync got me so enthusiastic that after Gardenia Petale has faded I reached for another sample. This time I was rewarded with Le Chevrefeuille from Annick Goutal. I wish she had added less citrus...
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    Re: The "back of the wardrobe" challenge

    No, you're not the only one. :smiley: I am slowly warming up to Mitsouko though, but it is probably the only classic(-style) cyphre I am more or less able of enjoying. I need a bit less sourness and...
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    Re: What should i get for my mama ?

    I think both of your suggestions a good - in line with her preferences.

    Would you like us to suggest alternatives or are you just looking for confirmation on your choices?
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    Re: Synchronised Fridays 2013

    Not necessarily, it means that you just grab a sample blindly and (hopefully) enjoy wearing it. I'll change the description in the list, it is indeed not clear.

    - - - Updated - - -

    This...
  53. Re: Looking for an "airy, breathy" amber fragrance.

    Mona di Orio's Amber is an airy, sparkling amber. Not creamy, though.

    Vanille Noir from Yves Rocher is also worth a try.
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    Re: Celeste parfums, The Hague

    A great little shop, indeed. Unfortunately I don't go often to Den Haag - last time I was there they had unboxed bottles of Iris Taizo and Musc Maori on offer for 20 EUR! They were extremely generous...
  55. Thread: Ormonde Jayne

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    Re: Ormonde Jayne

    One illusion shattered... I do love the Ormonde Jayne fragrances and I hope that they'll keep on making new ones in the same style with the same skill.
  56. Re: Which fragrance would you like to steal from the previous poster wardrobe?

    I'd love to be the new owner of your Terre d'Hermes bottle. :smiley:
  57. Re: Based on smell alone… what would be your 10/10 fragrance?

    Mona di Orio - Oud
    Isabey - Gardenia
  58. Re: Sequoia, Artek, Kyoto, Wonderwood, and TdH Parfum

    A few suggestions:

    Tom Ford - Italian Cypress
    Lutens - Cedre (a wonderful cedar but it is quite sweet)
    Lutens - Santal de Mysore
    Annick Goutal - Duel (dry desert air)
    Diptyque - Tam Dao...
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    Re: Synchronised Fridays 2013

    I had a similar experience with L'Antimatiere to yours, Foustie. I could barely smell a thing. I'm curious how many bottles they actually sell of it...
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    Re: What fragrance do you never get bored of?

    There's no fragrance I would want to wear every day (not even my most favourite, most beatiful fragrances). I can enjoy the same scent for two days in a row, on the third day I regret the choice....
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    Re: Hello, coming out of lurking

    Welcome and enjoy your time on Basenotes!
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    Re: The "back of the wardrobe" challenge

    I am continuing the quest today with L'Erbolario Tiare. I bought it after having sniffed it in the shop. I gave it a (slightly) more thorough testing in my hotel room by spraying it on my wrist. I...
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    Re: Having Superpowders

    The most powdery scents I know: Citizen Queen, Chanel No. 22, Chanel No. 5, Lou Lou, Chanel No. 5 Eau Premiere.
    The heaviest on powder of these is No. 22, followed by Citizen Queen.
  64. Re: Most worn in March and the First Quarter of 2013

    March:
    2x: Douce Amere, Fumerie Turque
    The rest were single wears.

    First quarter:
    8x: Volutes
    4x: Gardenia (Isabey)
    3x: Iris Poudre, Terracotta Voile d'Ete
    2x: Sampaquita, Cuir Noir,...
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    Re: The "back of the wardrobe" challenge

    I was thinking the same - I still have plenty of bottles that need re-visiting and even more decants. So let's just keep the thread open and whenever someone feels it's time for re-discovering a...
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    Re: The "back of the wardrobe" challenge

    Today I am revisiting Vanille-Tonka from Parfums de Nicolai. It was a winter staple of mine some two years ago. For some reason I haven't reached for it in the last year. Another one which I should...
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    Re: The "back of the wardrobe" challenge

    I went for 1873 Colette today. It was a second-hand blind buy about a year ago and guess what... I have never given it a full wear. I have a cold today so I refrain from making a judgement on it. I...
  68. Re: Any perfumes out there that will give my wife that “New wife” smell?

    I do love your question, it gave me a big laugh.

    I think you'll have to let us know if you really expect some answers... :-)
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    Re: Synchronised Fridays 2013

    Welcome, rowan, to our little game!

    I choose 1873 Colette for today. I am not sure if it is my most silent scent, Un Parfum d'Alleurs et Fleurs and Nuda aren't louder on me, either. I'm still not...
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    Re: The "back of the wardrobe" challenge

    Today's choice has fallen on the beautiful Meharees from L'Erbolario. I bought it two years ago in a tiny shop hidden in a sleepy little street in Frascati. The lady only spoke Italian but I managed...
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    Re: The "back of the wardrobe" challenge

    I am really enjoying all of your stories.

    shadesofbleu, your post is indeed dangerous. Now I am also carving some Boudoire. I did love my decant while it lasted but I found it difficult to find an...
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    Re: help me fnd a perfect wedding scent

    Isabey - Gardenia
    Chanel - Beige
    La Chasse aux Papillons
    Annick Goutal - Grand Amour
    Ormonde Jayne - Ta'if
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    Re: Tom Ford Grey Vetiver - your thoughts ?

    I love Grey Vetiver, I think it would make an awsome workplace scent. I enjoy it wearing myself a lot but I would surely love it on a man. I wish the guys around here would be wearing that instead of...
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    Re: Patchouli lovers?

    Coromandel is the most beautiful patchouli out there, IMO.

    Some softer patchouli scents are:
    Keiko Mecheri - Patchoulissime
    Juliette Has a Gun - Calamity J.
    Etat Libre d'Orange - Nombril...
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    Re: The "back of the wardrobe" challenge

    Day 2

    Today's re-visited scent is Iris Taizo from Parfumerie Generale. I picked up a bottle for 20 EUR in a little shop two years ago (and still kicking myself for not buying Musc Maori as well...
  76. Re: So I think Calvin Klein's Euphoria is dead sexy and apparently my fellow male basenoters agree.

    I find Euphoria (talking about the women's version here) overwhelming and aggressive - it reminds me a lot of Tom Ford's Black Orchid.
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    Re: Fragrance recommendation

    Annick Goutal Grand Amour is a beautiful light hyacinth scent. La Chasse aux Papillons is indeed very much worth trying. Jasmin Rouge from Tom Ford is a great soft jasmine scent, so are Parfumerie...
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    Re: What makes a fragrance "difficult"?

    I agree that with "difficult" in association with a perfume it is meant that it is difficult to wear, difficult to learn to appreciate. But I think that it is very subjective who finds what...
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    Re: Orange Blossom and Neroli

    My favourite orange blossom scent by far is Seville a l'Aube. I also enjoy Lutens' Fleur d'Oranger. Penhaligon's Orange Blossom turns soapy on me.
  80. Re: Like certain records Are Scents at first disliked eventually loved?

    Yes, it does happen sometimes. As my nose evolved and my tastes changed several fragrances I disliked at first have become favourites.
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    Re: Creed from strawberrynet

    I have no experience with Creed in particular. However, I am a regular costumer at Strawberrynet and have never had any complaints. I'm sure that everything they sell is original. As for how fresh...
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    Re: Spring scents 2013

    I am looking forward to wearing in the spring (if it ever arrives):

    Annick Goutal - Grand Amour
    Isabey - Gardenia
    Diptyque - Ofresia
    The Different Company - Bois d'Iris
    Etro - Dianthus...
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    Re: NU by Yves Saint Laurent: blind buy ?

    DON'T DO IT! The EDT is a totally different scent than the EDP. The EDP comes in a gray flat, round bottle (quite a weird construction) and it is a warm incense scent also fine for men and surely...
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    Re: New Fragrance: Byredo Seven Veils

    I did like it, it's a nice powdery heliotrope-vanilla scent. Not particularly original or exceptional, but it is soft and beautiful imo and I wouldn't mind a bottle for the colder months. No...
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    Sticky: Re: Which scent gets you the most female compliments?

    manatee: Hillarious! :laugh: I couldn't stop laughing upon reading the last paragraph of your compliment "story", thank you!
  86. Poll: Re: POLL : Best/Favorite Amber based fragrance based on overall scent/projection/longevity/complimen

    My favourites for potent ambers are:

    Le Labo - Labdanum 18
    Montale - Blue Amber
    PdN - Sacrebleu
    Musc Ravageur (I always perceive it more as an amber than a musc scent)
    Dior - Ambre Nuit
    ...
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    Re: Jasmine that lasts?

    Jasmin Noir lasts the whole day on me, too.

    Jeszra, spraying could indeed make the difference (and spraying a little vs. spraying generously as well).

    You could also try Songes from Annick...
  88. Re: if you went with 2 houses for life, what 2 would you pick ?

    Ormonde Jayne and Mona di Orio.
    Though I would dearly miss Guerlain and Lutens...
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    Re: Les Exclusifs / Privee collection

    Chanel:
    Coromandel - the most beautiful patchouli fragrance I've ever smelt
    Cuir de Russie - a great leather, on the softer side
    For a third choice I'm not sure, maybe 31 Rue Cambon.

    Dior:...
  90. Thread: need help

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    Re: need help

    mumsy has done her best to help you get started. Just follow her advice, please start reading the DIY forums (this topic should have been posted there, anyway, not here) and read all you lay your...
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    Re: Suggestion request : woody-spicy fragrance

    You mentioned in your opening post that you've tried all sorts of amber scents but none of them were "breathing". Here is the one which, to me, "breathes" the most: Mona di Orio's Ambre.

    A few...
  92. Re: Best orange (smell, not the colour) scent for men?

    I don't know the Varvatos scent unfortunately, but here are some recommendations for orange scents:

    Hermes - Eau d'Orange Verte: a bitter orange scent, sharp and refreshing, a great summer...
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    Re: Tuberose - carnal flower or...?

    To me, nothing beats Carnal Flower in the arena of tubereuse fragrances, so I would say: save up for it and enjoy.

    I do also enjoy a lot Mona di Orio - Tubereuse and L'Artisan - Nuit de Tubereuse...
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    Re: The "back of the wardrobe" challenge

    Sure, it's entirely up to you. But it wasn't meant as a torture... ;-)

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    Day 1

    I am kicking off the week with one of my two most neglected scents: Molinard's gorgeous...
  95. Thread: Your 1st Scent

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    Re: Your 1st Scent

    The first scent I've ever put on was Hugo Woman from the first sample I've ever purchased. I loved it. Funny enough two tiny dabs from the vial made me overtly concious about my wearing a scent. Now...
  96. Re: Beware of these fragrances: Do never buy them blind

    I'm sure there are no patterns when it comes to fragrances that makes one literally sick, it is highly individual. I find Egoiste and Heritage for instance great fragrances.

    What has ever made me...
  97. Re: Do you keep fragrances in the hope that you will like them again?

    Earlier I thought: whatever I don't adore, should go. And I did swap and sell plenty of bottles. Now I find myself regretting some of those trades (some 20%) and wishing I still had my bottles...
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    Re: Incense/herbal female scents?

    Perfect description, Foustie! I was strugling with how to express its kind of "lightness" properly.
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    Re: Do your wardrobe match your scent?

    I agree with you, but I do this instinctively. I only feel fine wearing a scent which matches my mood, the weather, the occasion and the style and colour of my clothes - all together. If my scent is...
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    Re: The Forum Has Changed in the last 5 years

    I have made some attempts at actively joining other sites such as parfumo.net or fragrantica and have been an active member of the MUA fragrance board for a while. However, Basenotes is the only...
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