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    Default Budget picks to build my wardrobe

    I feel like I don't have enough fragrances to cover me this Fall and Winter, but I also don't have enough money! So I'm wondering, what are some good cheap choices I can find online that will serve me well?

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    Musc Ravageur is about as fine winter fragrance you can find to me...

    Edit: Alright, you did write "enough". But still, that is one winter fragrance I would love a big bottle of hehe

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    MR would be a decent suggestion except that it is far from a budget pick and on top of that the guy already has it.

    Budget picks for winter: Rochas Man, Body Kouros, Michael Kors, John Varvatos, M7, Opium, etc.

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    Jacomo de Jacomo
    Old Spice
    One Man Show
    Lagerfeld Photo
    Opium Pour Homme (EdT, in this case)
    Aramis
    Monsieur Musk
    Jean Pascal Pour Homme
    Rouge de Jacomo
    Francesco Smalto Pour Homme
    Krizia Uomo
    Moods by Krizia
    Fendi Uomo
    Carlos Santana for Men
    Paco Rabanne Pour Homme
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    Get thee one of these if you like vanilla. After I got mine earlier this week two women at work got me to order each of them a bottle. It's sprayed on the back of each hand as I key and it smells wonderful; great sillage and fairly good longevity(4 hours now).


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    Catalyst by Halston
    Halston 1-12 by Halston
    Carven Homme by Carven
    Grey Flannel by Geoffrey Beene
    Escada for Men by Escada
    That Man by Revlon
    Caron Pour Un Homme
    Héritage by Guerlain
    Vetiver by Guerlain
    Habit Rouge by Guerlain
    Pino Silvestre by Silvestre
    Azzaro Visit by Loris Azzaro
    Azzaro Pour Homme by Azzaro
    Pure Cedrat by Azzaro
    Pure Vetiver by Azzaro
    Lagerfeld Classic by Lagerfeld
    FCUK Him by FCUK
    Paul Sebastian for Men by Paul Sebastian
    Tabac (Original) by Tabac
    Kanøn by Scannon
    Good Life by Davidoff
    Zino by Davidoff
    The Dreamer by Versace
    Versace Man by Versace
    Blue Jeans by Versace
    Black Jeans by Versace
    Green Jeans by Versace
    Acqua di Selva
    Armand Basi Pour Homme
    Inferno Paradiso for Men
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    Latrelle: "What?"
    Peggy: "Brother Boy has tried to kill himself. He jumped out of his bedroom window."
    Latrelle: "Isn't he only on the second floor?"
    Peggy: "Yes, but he hit his head on a lawn gnome."
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    Halston Z-14
    English Leather
    Tabac Original
    Agua Brava
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    Online you can get bottles of Molinard's Madrigal and Rafale really cheap. They class you up fancy right away--great scents that are easy to use all the time. Molinard's Patchouli from the Les Senteurs series is also a piece of dirty explosive.

    You'll smell fantastic on the cheap with these. No lie.
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    Caron Pour Un Homme
    YSL Body Kouros and M7
    Gucci Envy and PH
    Guerlain Heritage, Habit Rouge and L'Instant

    All can be had for around US $15-30 on the net.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Giraffe
    MR would be a decent suggestion except that it is far from a budget pick and on top of that the guy already has it.
    And that is why I wrote that of course, highlighting what he already has in his possession.

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    I see we have somethin in common, you don't have a lot of money to throw around. I say this, which is soo important. have patience. I say get samples of all of what you're thinking about. then you will make a great buy. having a very nice wardrobe full of stars is better than spending money on bench warmers that you rarely wear. don't be in a big rush,sample.

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    Bvlgari Black and Lolita Lempicka au masculin are two of my favorites, and can be found on ebay for $20-25. Also, Tomorrow by Avon is an excellent budget pick.
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    Read my thread a few ones below this one its only 18 bux a bottle you might like it I LOVE IT!

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    Winter.....

    Jacomo de Jacomo
    Pino Silvestre

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    I'm an pariah on my opinion of this scent...most posts I've seen about it describe it as crude, cheap, loud, etc...but in a collection of over 300 bottles, "Paul Sebastian Fine Cologne" (I know, even the name sounds cheap!) remains one of my favorites and is dirt cheap.

    Excellent winter fragrance.

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