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    Re: Suggestions for a 32 year old professional

    Lalique Equus

    Paul Smith London

    Terre D'Hermès

    Salvador Dali "Le Roy Soleil"


    These four are mid price range, mature, unique, and very classy.
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    Re: Rich smelling cologne?

    Signoricci is outstanding! I had forgotten about Nina Ricci's masterpiece!
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    Re: Rich smelling cologne?

    Royal English Leather by Creed.

    It is a decadent, aristocratic, creamy leather with a hint of mandarin orange. Turns paupers into princes!
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    Re: Holt Renfrew Canada for Creed?

    Avoid Holt-Renfrew for Creed unless you feel you have no other choice.

    While they do indeed carry Creed fragrances, you can expect to pay top dollar for them. Very high prices.
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  5. Re: Dung, sweat and druggy sex are the next new scents

    Yuck! Think I'll pass on being fashionable if this is what is really coming!
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    Re: Skin irritation from CB perfumes

    The only house I've ever had issue with is Burberry, and even then just the one cologne - Burberry Brit. It gives me red welts on my neck and then what look like hives or some other kind of instant...
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    Skin rash from Burberry Brit?

    Hi all,

    Up until now, I have never had any adverse skin reactions to cologne over the years. I'm 39 and wear cologne every day, even when I am just going to be home alone.

    Well .. I recently...
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    Re: Any suggestions?

    If you can find it, you might want to try Paul Smith Extreme (women's version). My cousin in England wears it and considers it an ideal university age scent.
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    Re: Leafy figgy ..

    If you've never tried it, you might like original Lagerfeld (now called "Lagerfeld Classic"). Fig and blackcurrent notes, sweet and powdery (like talcum powder).
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    Re: Paul Smith London for Men

    To me, the only downside is the darned awkward spray mechanism. I find that it sticks when you press it down, and often you either blast yourself with too much or it sprays nothing at all.

    That...
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    Re: What do YOU think are the best Boozy scents?

    You won't be disappointed. Paul Smith London is THE BOMB!

    Cheers,

    J
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    Re: Ottawa - Looking for information

    Thanks for the tip! I'll check it out.

    J
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    Hi again, I called Couture Parfums. They carry Paul Smith (original) and Paul Smith London. $80 for a 100ml...
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    Sticky: Re: Your most complimented frags this year from the opposite sex

    1. Paul Smith London
    2. Versace The Dreamer
    3. Burberry Touch
  14. Re: The One cologne the ladies love the most and your relative age

    Thanks for the compliment!
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    Re: Searching for a unique signature scent?

    Paul Smith "London" (Smells like a combo of english polo mints and brandy)

    Versace "The Dreamer" (Smells like fresh tobacco leaf and juniper)

    Both are unique, VERY out of the ordinary and you...
  16. Re: the continued pursuit for 'the holy grail' of perfume

    My current Holy Grail find is Paul Smith London. Discovered it last summer. Polo mints, brandy and sandalwood. Truly unique in my neck of the woods (nobody else seems to wear it here in Canada), and...
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    Re: Advise for my next bottle...

    Paul Smith Extreme or Paul Smith London.

    You will not be disappointed.

    Cheers,

    J
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    Re: Warm Season Hits

    Paul Smith Extreme and Paul Smith Story (warm weather)

    Paul Smith London and Burberry Touch (cold weather)
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    Re: Burberry Touch Wow!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Two emphatic thumbs up!

    I bought Burberry Touch last summer as a blind purchase (the shop had no tester). This stuff gets me noticed big time. The ladies circle like vultures. I live in Ottawa,...
  20. Re: Burr gives Aqva Pour Homme Marine by Bulgari two stars

    It smells like it ought to. A true "marine" scent, citrus aquatic but with a subtle ocean seaweed undertone. Very well done! Sadly, I find on me that it does not project at all. If not even the...
  21. Thread: Ottawa

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    Re: Ottawa - Looking for information

    I live in Ottawa and find that Scentiment (at Bayshore) is usually the best at having hard to find colognes. Places like the Bay aren't bad but generally seem to carry just your standard Armani,...
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    Re: Online Shopping from Canada

    I'm in Ottawa and usually buy from Scentiment at Bayshore because it is the only place that I can get Paul Smith colognes. The prices are high ($70 for a 1.7 oz edt of Paul Smith London) but what can...
  23. Re: The One cologne the ladies love the most and your relative age

    Paul Smith London. Unique, great longevity and silage. Women constantly ask me what I am wearing.

    I am 39.
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    Re: Which is a great rose scent?

    Burberry Brit for Men. Although initially blended with ginger, the wild rose note becomes much more prominently pronounced on the dry down.
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