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    Default The smells of fall. :)

    I love fall. It's my favorite season!!

    I love pumpkin and apple and the smell of leaves falling. Cool air smells better than hot air. And fireplaces can be lit up again, warm food is served.

    I pull out everything pumpkin and cinnamon and pecan and apple scented in my house around this time of year, but that's mainly candles, incense and room spray. But certain fragrances just say fall to me, and this is their time to shine!!

    What fragrances define fall for you?

    Yang smells just like pumpkin pie to me, so that's definately on the fall must-have list. Hanae Mori EDT is very fall to me as well: initial blast of apple pie, then it moves on to a warm gourmand blend. The EDP version is more winter than fall on me, it's deeper basenotes make it a lot warmer and the chocolate doesn't give off a fall feeling as much as the EDT.

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    Ungaro III has always been like bottled autumn for me.

    MMM

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    Burberry Brit is going to be my signature fragrance this fall, I'm sure of it.
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    Balmain de Balmain.

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    For me, Mechant Loup is one one of the perfect Fall scents ...

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    Bel Ami
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    creed acier aluminum.
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    Default Re: The smells of fall. :)

    Quote Originally Posted by MonkeyManMatt
    Ungaro III has always been like bottled autumn for me.

    MMM
    Ditto.
    Also Anthracite.
    And Yves Rocher's Nature Millénaire, although I swapped it.

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    Hmmm, Mechant Loup seems to fit the bill according to the fragrance description, Bel Ami I think might still be too heavy for fall, how about Brit?
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    My fall arsenal stands at the ready:

    Burberry Brit, Hanae Mori EDT, Opium PH EDP, Gucci Pour Homme, Bel Ami, M7.
    Are you not entertained??? Is this not why you are here??

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    Mmm...Fall and Winter. Time for sweaters, scarves, warm weather hats, and the BEST seasons for perfume! I am looking forward to being able to wear Mitsouko under the collar of a wool sweater - cinnamon/peachy/moss goodness!

    I tend to like the heavier, more spicy and leathery men's scents, so bring on the cooler weather and the orientals on men. Love it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by raptor
    For me, Mechant Loup is one one of the perfect Fall scents ...
    Couldn't agree more. I think that Mechant Loup is almost fall in a bottle. I also think that the John Galliano room spray from Diptyque with its smokiness is in great sympathy with fall.

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    Casran by Chopard for me

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    Default Re: The smells of fall. :)

    Geir and Envy for me, although I find Envy suitable for any romantic night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajmc
    Bel Ami
    Absolutely.

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    Burberry London is more of a winter, but could pass for Fall.
    Just because a fragrance is expensive, doesn’t necessarily make it smell better than a cheaper one.

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    I'll be reaching for Gucci Nobile more often

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    Chanel Allure is a good choice for fall. [smiley=thumbup.gif]

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    M7 will be my fall staple<

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    I can hear the cries from the peanut gallery already...here comes pavneet with his Caron recommendation. However, I do think that this carries more universal resonance. L'Anarchiste and fall go hand in hand; I couldn't imagine one without the other.

    Cheers.

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    If Rocabar had more staying power it would be my #1 fall fragrance. I´m also fond of Mémoire d`Homme since it reminds me of bonfires the way that it smells when you walk by houses with chimney smoke coming out. Oh and Gucci Rush!! Maybe Zagorsk or Avignon?? And definitely Bel Ami. Now I´m really happy that summer is over!!

    /Tobbe

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    These have sparked some ideas!! Mechant Loup is DEFINATELY fall.

    I'd also add PIPER NIGRUM to the list of scents for fall.

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    Speaking of fall, I found a great oil by Green Lady Soap. It's called Woodsmoke and it smells goooood.

    I like spicy fragrances for fall. I think Opium is a great fall fragrance.

    So many others, I'll have to check and post here again.

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    Mainly for fall, I use

    Kyoto
    M7
    Paul Smith London
    L'Anarchiste
    Sequoia

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    My fall list will be:

    Ungaro III----my signature scent no matter what time of year
    Floris Santal----will get overtime
    Gucci Envy----goes well with a good meal, good company, good times
    D&G pour homme----cool weather MVP
    Very Sexy 2 for men----very warm
    Himalaya----perfect office/work fall scent to me
    Cristobal----won't wear to work but will wear to play
    Jacomo de Jacomo rouge----a little too suggestive for work but who cares
    Rochas Man----same as the preceding two
    L'Instant de Guerlain pour homme---will get extra use
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    I love this time of year. In fact I spend all year waiting for this time between mid September and Christmas. I love the smell of rotting leaves, wood smoke, crisp cool mornings and the colours of autumn. Lancome's Balafre, Carven Homme, the rustic Monsieur Rochas and above all Trumper's Eucris all come into their own about now!

    Trot [smiley=happy.gif]

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    For me:

    L'Anarchiste

    Obsession

    Zino

    Ungaro III


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    [blue]Some fragrances I’m looking forward to wearing this Fall:[/blue]

    Balenciaga Pour Homme
    Boucheron Pour Homme EDP
    Carre d’As (Patricia de Nicolaï)
    CdG White
    Douce Amère EDP
    Égoïste EDT and Cologne Concentrée
    Frankincense & Myrrh (Czech & Speake)
    Grain de Plaisir (MPG)
    Habit Rouge EDP
    Ho Hang (Balenciaga)
    Kyoto (CdG)
    L’Eau (Diptyque)
    Lalique Pour Homme Equus EDP
    Léonard Pour Homme
    Magnestism for Men
    Nemo (Cacharel)
    Nino Cerruti Pour Homme
    No. 88 (Czech & Speake)
    Nu EDP
    Nu EDT
    Oliban (Keiko Mecheri)
    Opium EDP (for women)
    Opium Pour Homme EDP
    Opium Secret de Parfum EDP (for women)
    Opôné
    Palisander (CdG)
    Parfum d’Habit (MPG)
    Passage d’Enfer
    Patou Pour Homme
    Rive Gauche Pour Homme
    Santos de Cartier (original 1981 formulation)
    Tam Dao
    Ungaro Pour L’Homme I
    Van Cleef & Arpels Pour Homme
    Vétyver (L’Occitane)

    [blue]scentemental[/blue]

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    Anteaus

    Kyoto

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    Default Re: The smells of fall. :)

    ~ Musc Ravageur
    ~ Cuiron
    ~ Burberry Brit for Men
    ~ Michael Kors
    ~ Piper Nigrum
    ~ Gucci pour Homme
    ~ Azzaro Visit
    ~ Anvers
    ~ Fahrenheit
    ~ Ungaro III
    ~ The Dreamer
    ~ Rocabar

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