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  1. #1

    Default Boardroom AND Blue Jeans

    Wouldn't think of wearing Guerlian Vetiver in the boardroom, *no matter how masculine it may be--just too happy and too 'outdoors' , *nor would I think of wearing Vintage Tabarome with blue jeans--really off base, *not casual at all.

    Which scents would you wear for both?

    I can only think of 3

    (Well, *Jacomo de Jacomo makes 4 *but for blue jeans it would have to be winter )

    1. Habit Rouge
    2. Chanel Pour Monsieur--original or new concentree
    3. Le Roy Soleil.

    Hmm . . .All light citrus, *or citrus full of light

    And all, *of course, *my completely subjective view.

    What's yours?


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  2. #2

    Default Re:  Boardroom AND Blue Jeans

    I would probably never end up in a situation like that, but to be sure to out do every one else: Lorenzo Villoresi Musk

  3. #3

    Default Re:  Boardroom AND Blue Jeans

    I can't help but think my latest addition (Baldesserini) may be good for both. Good question though...
    Peace ~ Markymark

  4. #4

    Default Re:  Boardroom AND Blue Jeans

    Why not Versace's Blue Jeans or the discontinued Versus Uomo.

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    D&G PH to get serious for me. :P Or prolly Van Cleef & Arpels.
    "If you only read the books that everyone else is reading, you can only think what everyone else is thinking." -Nagasawa in Norwegian Wood

  6. #6

    Default Re:  Boardroom AND Blue Jeans

    I think New Tabarome would do it. Probably also Platinum Egoiste. Maybe I'm a scent abuser, but I've worn both of those in either situation (okay not THE boardroom, but for corporate work).

  7. #7

    Default Re:  Boardroom AND Blue Jeans

    YSL PH or YSL PH Haute Concentrate
    Gendarme V
    Quorum
    LV Uomo
    Eau Sauvage
    Agua Lavanda
    In rotation: Greenbriar (new), Silver Mountain Water, Dunhill for Men (1934), Acqua di Parma Colonia, Habit Rouge EDC, Ho Hang, B*Men, Agua Brava

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    Default Re: *Boardroom AND Blue Jeans

    Quote Originally Posted by robyogi
    I think New Tabarome would do it. *Probably also Platinum Egoiste. *Maybe I'm a scent abuser, but I've worn both of those in either situation (okay not THE boardroom, but for corporate work). *
    Well, I haven't seen the inside of a boardroom for about a long as I've seen the courtyard of a firing squad, *but that's another story. *Yes, of course I meant 'corporate work' and the like.

    How could I have forgotten the New (Vintage=strictly boardroom) Tabarome? Or Platinum Egoiste?

    Did I say I'll grant you three wishes? *Hell, *let's make it *four wishes!

    1. Habit Rouge.
    2. Chanel Pour Monsieur
    3. Le Roy Soleil

    AND

    4. Tuscany.

    Back on that light citrus/citrus full of of light theme . . .


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    Default Re:  Boardroom AND Blue Jeans

    Okay, haven't tried Le Roy, although I've been considering a blind purchase, but Pour Monsieur would be my first choice as the versatile scent, then HR.
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