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    Default Let's pair colognes with outfits!

    Well, I thought this would be a fun and interesting ithing. Let's pick fragrances we know/own and pick the appropriate outfit for them. You don't have to be specific, just rough descriptions. Some fragrances can fit with practically anything, so mention that if that's the case. This should also be useful for those who are still developing their noses. I'll start with a few of mine, correct me if I miss:

    Havana: Dark shirt & tie/ suit
    Le 3e Homme: Suit
    Cologne by Thierry Mugler: anything
    Millésime Impérial: jeans and above

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    Bois du Portgual: Black suit with nice tie
    Cool Water: Jeans and a butten down

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    All I can think about right now is how great a white dress shirt(casual, maybe unbuttoned) and jeans will go with Dune and Bvlgari Aqva. Or perhaps a black sweater and jeans with Bvlgari Black.

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    For a Summer Soiree:

    Ivory suit by Valentino
    Vintage Versace "Medusa" silk shirt
    Pair of "Tatoue "shoes by Berluti
    FRAGRANCE: Creed's Bois de Portugal.

    Casual for Daytime ( Summer )

    Jill Sander beige shorts
    White button down cotton shirt
    Brown cotton/linen Jacket
    A pair of brown Gucci suede loafers
    FRAGRANCE: Montale's Soleil de Capri
    or Christian Dior's Eau Sauvage


    Aboard the Queen Mary2 en route to the Mediterranean: Going next month!

    Daytime:

    White linen Pants
    Alexander McQueen stripped sweater ( black and white )
    Pair of Prada nautical shoes
    FRAGRANCE: Molyneaux's Captain
    or Creed's Feuille Verte

    Evening ( Formal )

    Dinner Jacket by Brioni
    White Tuxedo shirt
    Black Bow Tie
    Cumberband by Prada
    Black Patent Leather shoes by Dolce and Gabbana

    FRAGRANCE: Montale's Black Aoud
    or Frederic Malle's Noire Epices


    For the club ( gym ) or bumming around

    Jeans, t-shirt, trainers.. etc.

    FRAGRANCE: Christian Dior's Bois D' Argent
    Lorenzo Villoresi's Uomo.
    "A great perfume is a work of art, it can lift our days, haunt our nights and create the milestones of our memories. Fragrance is liquid emotion. And that never goes out of fashion. " MICHAEL EDWARDS

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    Le Male - Skimpy little sailors uniform. Not really though, more or less a nicer casual. Jeans and a button up shirt.

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    Czech & Speake : No.88


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    M7 - dark shirt (perhaps blood red, like the bottle), black pants

    Versace Jeans Couture - the brightest shirt you own, jeans (obviously)

    Geir - like it matters, you could go naked and people would still love it

    Havana - good call on the suit and tie, the more formal the better


    cool topic btw

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    When I work in a suit I generally wear Neroli Sauvage or Tabarome Millisime.

    Its only the tabarome which I find too formal to wear with casual clothes, and the Acqua Di Parma which is too casual to wear with a suit (works perfectly with smart casual) all my others (including Bois de Portugal) seem to work with any attire.
    "Don’t try to be original. Be simple. Be good technically, and if there is something in you, it will come out. ” - Henri Matisse.

    "Wear R de Capucci" - Hirch Duckfinder

    reviews

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    saturday: mark birley for 10th friends' anniversary party/commitment ceremony

    threads: paul smith polyester pants, very light mint green mixed with white, a paisley pattern is kind of embossed throughout in an even lighter green/white

    favourbrook yellow silk vest, also with an embossed pattern (same color)

    black flamenco style boots from Gianni Barbato from Barney's warehouse sale. should not have gotten them, they are a bit too narrow

    thin black jil sander belt with embossed bumps in it


    sunday film festival screening in fullerton:

    I decided nothing says "summer in orange county" in my wardrobe more than polo patchwork madras pants

    flesh colored helmut lang t

    same jil sander belt

    nice looking and pretty new black nikes purchased a few years ago but just beginning to wear them....

    and, well, yeah I wore mark birley again...

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    Anyone got a good oufit for Kouros???

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    Kouros:

    Ripped jeans with stains left by old food that dropped in your lap.
    Puke Green shirt with ruffels (shirt has yellow arm pit stains)
    Old red canvas shoes (sole is coming loose in the back and flapping up and down when you walk)(also, shoes used to be white but are red now because of the hatchet incident)
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    WANTED buy/swap: Creed "Acier Aluminum" , L'Occitane "Eav des Bavx", Comme Des Garcons stuff especially "Dry Clean"
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    Current Top 10: TM Cologne, Mark Birley, Dzing, Vetiver Extraordinaire, Geir, Divine's "L'Homme de Coeur", Penhaligons 'Endymion",
    Creed Original Vetiver, Diptique Tam Dao, Hugo Boss "Spirit"

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    A personal favorite of mine...

    Lacoste Essential: Lacoste picque polo w/khakis or shorts in the summertime.

    They go hand in hand in my opinion.

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    Kouros:

    Best worn on bare skin.

    Nihil Obstat Ben


    My Wardrobe

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    Joop!: A perfect fragrance for when I sport my giant spherical bubblegum costume.

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