Still trying to decide between Brit and Dzing.
Tea for Two
"I hold it that a little rebellion now and then is a good thing, and as necessary in the political world as storms in the physical...It is a medicine necessary for the sound health of government." - Thomas Jefferson
Nuit de Noël, Chergui or Dzing! I'll decide that morning.
Probably JHL or Egoiste
V.I.P. Room Signature for sure. I've waited so long to get it and it came today. What a perfect timing!
It might be Angel or Arabie or Comme des Garçons or something else, will decide at the last minute.
"Wovon man nicht lesen kann, darüber muss man schreiben."
Jaipur or Musc Ravageur...
I hope it will be New Haarlem, if it gets here before christmass! Otherwise it will be Acier Aluminium, yumsters!
maybe Vendetta by Valentino or Town & Country, I am yet to decide...
Let your nose be your pilot
Originally Posted by mosquito
personally i chose for this xmas time l'eau de dyptique a beautiful fragrance :P :P :P
Either Mauboussin Homme or Must de Cartier
I'm thinking of wearing Brit. Afterall, my collection is pretty limited..
M7, let the precious agarwood notes burn people's nostrils around me, I don't care, I like this scent too much.
Oh Brit is very nice! Perhaps I'll wear that too instead of Mauboussin or Must de Cartier! Aaah, too many good scents to choose between!Originally Posted by Xen
Probably Fuel, just simply because it's the easiest to transport (have to travel), and it's a good wintery scent, even if it will be about 80° or so.
The pursuit of philosophy is the hope that there is more to life than we realize. By philosophy, however, we come to realize that in fact there is less to life than previously imagined.
John Varvatos - it just sums up my personality
I will probably go with Ungaro I
In rotation: Greenbriar (new), Silver Mountain Water, Dunhill for Men (1934), Acqua di Parma Colonia, Habit Rouge EDC, Ho Hang, B*Men, Agua Brava
Ungaro III is under the tree, so probably that. ;D
"Ca sent les pieds!"
Nothing until I open my gifts, as I have at least a bottle of CdG 2 Man coming my way (but I can't open it until Dec. 24)...
It must have a so dry, bitter drydown and such a harsh sillage... I hope you'll comfort yourself with a good smell at least for new year's eve...Originally Posted by Griff
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hoping that brit is under the tree but there a few possibilties of what might be under there ;D
It must have a so dry, bitter drydown and such a harsh sillage... I hope you'll comfort yourself with a good smell at least for new year's eve... [/quote]Originally Posted by Magnifiscent
Oh, it does, it does. But not to worry. I always layer it with a tiny spritz of Revenge, the perfect compliment to Disappointment EDP. Of course, I keep that precious bottle in the back of the fridge as it is always best served up... well, you know.
(When viewed as sport, the annual emotional minefield otherwise known as "christmas" is actually quite enjoyable.)
For this New Years Eve, I will-as I do every year-douse myself with Outlook d'Rose and run impetuously into the embrace of the promise of the hope of the new year.
Seriously though, I am on a Jean Patou Pour Homme kick at the moment and I suspect that won't change by this weekend.
Either Musc Ravageur or Coup de Fouet.
Fine fragrance is alive; it breathes, unfolds and unravels with each passing hour....
For some reason there are three scents which I`ve taken into use on Christmas time:
ROCHAS MAN, BIAGIOTTI`S VENEZIA UOMO, PWS SAMBA RED.
Christmas in our little Victorian cottage calls for something traditional - probably Geo. F. Trumper Eucris
I think the fight will be between Messe de Minuit and Musc Ravageur.
I'm split between New Haarlem and ... Arabie.
Parfum Sacre for Christmas Eve, still undecided for Christmas Day.
"I felt something so intense, I could only express it in a perfume." - Jacques Guerlain