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    Default New fragrances. First impressions.

    Yes, new stuff keeps coming out!

    Nordstrom:

    1. Tommy Bahama Very Cool. *Doesn't smell like the first TB at all. Nice fresh-tropical cologne and I also detected some kind of liquer(?) in it. In my opinion it represents the company's image much better than the original TB. Women's counterpart is also nice and reminded me of also recently launched Incanto Charms .

    2. Versace Eau Fraiche. The closest thing to D&G Light Blue out of all men's fragrances I ever smelled...and I always liked Light Blue

    3. Z Zegna Design by Ducati. Same Z in a stylish black bottle. Eyecatching indeed.


    Bloomingdales:

    1. Moschino Friends. Lemon and tangerine over a musky base. Simple but quite pleasant.

    2. New Pal Zileris.

    *a) Sartoriale. *A woodier Corduroy by Zirh.

    *b) Concept N.18. *A variation of original Pal Zileri.

    I think that the original smells the best.

    Need more testing for better reviews for sure.

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    Default Re: New fragrances. First impressions.

    great Breeze 11 !

    Must try the light Versace version...if you say its like D&G Light Blue...Girls love that smell !!!

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    Default Re: New fragrances. First impressions.

    Yes Renzo, D&G Light Blue was the first thing that came to my mind when I sniffed Eau Fraiche. At the same time I wouldn't call a new Versace a girly scent. Have to try it one more time or do a side by side comparison.

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    Default Re: New fragrances. First impressions.

    thanks Breez11..
    I run over the shops from this moment on till I get a sniff of it !
    Have a nice day !

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    Default Re: New fragrances. First impressions.

    Quote Originally Posted by renzo
    great Breeze 11 !

    Must try the light Versace version...if you say its like D&G Light Blue...Girls love that smell !!!
    I can also 3rd that, by saying nearly the only thing separating them, is the topnotes...As I've said before, I like the Versace better...

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