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    Default Warm and sweet for Fall

    Thinking about Michael Kors and John Varvatos. Would those 2 cover the warm and sweet requirements? I live in Georgia. I don't want anything stifling. Anything new that I'm missing? What about Very Irresistible?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChuckW
    Thinking about Michael Kors and John Varvatos. Would those 2 cover the warm and sweet requirements?
    Yes they would.

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    Were I you, I would replace JV by M7. Then again, it is me...
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    Do you like tobacco? That's what Michael Kors for men smells like to me, just all tobacco.
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    Default Re: Warm and sweet for Fall

    Try Jil Sander's Feeling Man (if you can find it!) and Casran's Chopard.

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    I second the M7. Sweet, very warm and masculine.
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    Burberry London
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    Thanks for the input. I have M7. It's great in cold weather. So that gives me Dec-Mar down here, thankfully. Casran is nice, but a little flat on me. Burberry London is a quality scent that just did not click for me.

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    Darling, when the time for pullovers comes, there's nothing better and more irresistible than Habit Rouge (the original, not the eau légère), used in VERY SMALL quantities. It's simply irresistible, especially on dark, tall, good-looking men...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs.Quack-Quack
    Darling, when the time for pullovers comes, there's nothing better and more irresistible than Habit Rouge (the original, not the eau légère), used in VERY SMALL quantities. It's simply irresistible, especially on dark, tall, good-looking men...

    :-*

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    Hmmm, I'm 6'1, just got back from beach...

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    I would definitely get the JV but NOT the MK.
    Get the Very Irresistible for men.
    Also, if you can get a hold of Vetiver Tonka by Hermes....this stuff is AWESOME...a sweet mix of Vetiver/Tonka/Hazelnut that warms on the skin.

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    Cacharel *Nemo* [blue]is definitely warm and sweet, never cloying, and extraordinarily smooth. I am wearing it today, and I can't believe why I haven't been wearing this more often over the years. Like *Cacharel Pour Homme*, it strikes me as an expertly blended fragrance made of high quality ingredients.

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    Roma Uomo from Laura Biagiotti is wonderfully warm and sweet, with orange, spice, and vanilla! It is a staple in my own fall/winter wardrobe. Just be careful not to overapply or it will become stifling. Another advantage is because it was never officially sold in the U.S., you're not likely to ever come across another wearing it.

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    Picked up Varvatos (2.5) and Kors (1.0) for $55 combined.

    Thanks for the input!

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    I second Casran by Chopard

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    ****Picked up Varvatos (2.5) and Kors (1.0) for $55 combined. ****

    Nice pull. Where did you find this deal?

    Doc

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    I agree with Very Irresistable. It's fits the warm and sweet category better than MK IMO. I also can't imagine my fall/winter wardrobe without Gucci Envy.

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    Hanae Mori homme would fit the bill for your weather requirements. The men's parfum version is also recommended!
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    Le Dandy seems perfect

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    You want Antaues for warm and sweet. However, I prefer Kyoto in the fall!

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    M7

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    Quote Originally Posted by Informer
    Do you like tobacco? That's what Michael Kors for men smells like to me, just all tobacco.
    Naw, I would ask if you like patchouli, that's the predominant note throughout the heart and base of the scent. I somehow wish the sweeter notes lingered a bit more.

    Cheers for JV! Medium weight sweet frag that won't make you choke despite the humidity when wearing it.

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    Can you get L'Artisan where you live? In that case I'd recommend Dzing! It's a warm, woody leather scent with a bit of candied sweetness in the base. I love it to bits. Habit Rouge is a favourtie too. A true classic. Heavy on citrus and vanilla, with pathcouli, musk and hints of leather to heat it up.

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