Originally Posted by Scentronic
I don't think it smells like D&G either.
I do, however, think it is "shaped" similarly to JPG Le Male.
Surfacing - What don't you understand? (with you're little "
What I bolded, basically. It is just a strange comment, not to mention I can't see how you would think that Chergui
is suited for a "...bohemian black lady..."
. I don't mean that I think it is totally inappropriate, but more strange. What kind of fragrance suits a bohemian black lady ? A white suburban white male ? A brown skinned male ? How would you ( or I ) know what suits a "...bohemian black lady..."
Some fragrances give that vibe I suppose. I have smelled fragrances that seem suited to other's because of the way they smelled, but just not Chergui
. Chergui seems kind of an "anyones" fragrance ( to me)....well, not anyone...not a chain wearing suburban teen who listens to rap or metal ( but enough about the kids in my neighbourhood).
Of course, you are certainly free to associate it with another type of person, but it was just how you specified
Oh, back to my comments about the similarity to D&G pour Homme. I gotta retract them, because although they are both tobacco fragrances, they are very different. I think I just made that comment because at the moment I was underwhelmed with Chergui, but I do see its depth, persistance and allure.
I was stunned with Fumerie Turque
, so I suppose Chergui was gonna underwhelm as I did further testings. I find Fumerie Turque much more interesting, although Chergui is more wearable ( during the daytime for me)