Coco Mademoiselle and Creed Spring Flowers for my lady
Thread: What the men say:
Here's what the men listed for the most attractive fragrance on a woman so far
Acqua di Parma
Alexander McQueen: Kingdom
Amouage: Eau de Amouage
Aqualina: Pink Sugar
Ava Luxe: Kama, Kama Extreme, Rasa, Rasa Extreme, Ambra Tibet, Madame X
Biehl Parfumkunstwerke: Arturetto Landi
Bond No. 9: Fire Island, Chinatown, New Haarlem, West Side, Nuits de Noho
Borghese: Il Bacio
Britney Spears: Fantasy
Caron: Parfum Sacre, Tabac Blonde
Chanel: No. 5, Coco, Coco Mademoiselle, Bois Des Iles, Allure Sensuelle
Christian Dior: Diorissimo, Addict, Miss Dior
Clinique: Aromatics Elizer
Comme des Garcons: Kyoto
Creed: Silver Mountain Water, Angelique Encens, Fleurissimo, Virgin Island Water, Musc Ravageur, Spring Flowers
de Gres: Cabotine
Diptyque: Jardin Clos, Do Son, Tam Dao
DKNY: Be Delicious
Dolce & Gabbana: Light Blue
Donna Karan: Black Cashmere, Gold
Ellen Tracy: Imagine Shimmer, Limited edition by Linda Allard
Frederic Malle: Le Parfum de Therese, Carnal Flower, En Passant
Fendi: Fendi (Donna)
Givency: Amarige, Organza, Ysatis
Gucci: Envy, Envy Me, Accenti, Rush, Pour Homme
Guerlain: Shalimar, Samsara, Habit Rouge
Hermes: 24 Faubourg
Houbigant: Duc de Vervins
Jean Patou: Prive (pour homme)
Jean Paul Gaultier: Classique, Gaultier 2
Jo Malone: Tuberose
Keiko Mecheri: Loukhoum
Kenzo: Flower, Flower Le Parfum
Le Labo: Jasmin 17
L'Artisan: Saffron Troublant, Mandarine Tout Simplement
Lolita Lempika: Au Masculin
Maitre Parfumeur et Gantier: Tubereuse
Montale: Patchouli Leaves, Soleil di Capri
Nina Ricci: Love in Paris, L'air du Temps
Parfums Delrae: Amoureuse
Profumum: Fiore d'Ambra
Ralph Lauren: Ralph, Blue
Robert Piguet: Bandit
Serge Lutens: Arabie, Chergui, Ambre Sultan, Vetiver Oriental
Stella McCartney: Stella In Two
Thierry Mugler: Angel
Yves St. Laurent: Champagne, M7, Opium, Rive Gauche
Quite a variety! I guess that means it all comes down to personal preference. C'est la vie.
Last edited by bernat; 10th November 2007 at 05:23 PM. Reason: added frags
Coco Mademoiselle and Creed Spring Flowers for my lady
i'm waiting for the edit to include cdg kyoto.
current favourites: guerlain vetiver, trumper eucris, adp colonia
latest swag: cdg man2, lolita lempicka au masculin
next buys: keiko mecheri oliban, michael by michael kors
Thank you for asking the question and providing the synopsis! That list contains numerous frags that I've tried and given away. Looking over the list makes me more aware of why I wear and prefer certain frags.
I'm more of a "green", "woodsy", "citrus", "lavender" and "vetiver" girl, and I receive many compliments on those types of scents - I think because they contrast well with my appearance, smelling cool, clean, and sporty. The florals, ambers, orientals, etc, are just too warm and predictable for me most of the time, based on my size and coloring (petite, dark hair and eyes) and don't add much to my presence. There are a few exceptions, of course (24 Faubourg, e.g.).
Thanks again for the information!
Bond No.9 West Side
Montale Soleil di Capri
Serge Lutens Chergui, Ambre Sultan
BRITNEY SPEARS FANTASY
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According to l'internet, men supposedly prefer "baking smells" like cinnamon and vanilla.
Link to a sciencey article on fragrance preference...http://beheco.oxfordjournals.org/cgi.../full/12/2/140
Last edited by bernat; 9th November 2007 at 07:58 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
I Love when my Wife wears Flower Bomb by Viktor & Rolf, Armani Code for Women and Romance for Women. I also Love Chanel No.5, Creeds Spring Flowers, Champs Elysees by Guerlain, Petite Cherie by Annick Goutal, 5th Avenue by Arden and Angel by TM.
I also am very fond of Sensi and Mania by Giorgio Armani....Sensi White notes and Dior's Forever and Ever will always have a place in my Heart.
Out of all these scents.....Flower Bomb is the Bomb that's for sure.....
My husband would prefer someone who can cook well and doesn't smell like a box of donuts. I cannot imagine what would be sexy about smelling like an artificial cinnamon bun, just make some real ones and stick on some ylang ylang.
Champs Elysees - I have that on my list and with all these sales going on, I keep forgetting about it.
Last edited by beachroses; 9th November 2007 at 08:33 PM.
Oh yeah, really gets the juices flowing... even though I smell it more than any other perfume, forget originality, it's much too hott...
My husband would like to add:
-Kenzo Flower Le Parfum
-Ellen Tracy Imagine Shimmer
-DKNY Be Delicious
-L'Artisan Saffron Troublant
-L'Artisan Mandarine Tout Simplement
And he whose soul is flat -- the sky
Will cave in on him by and by.
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***Added fragrances listed throughout thread to first post.
Maybe we should have a frag-off to get a top 10...um, somehow...(I don't have any ideas. Anyone?)
I thought the thread they answered to about their attraction to fragrance on women was much more interesting than listing favorites, which vary according to individual taste, experience, lifestyle, etc. I don't even think of it when applying a perfume, unless my DH hates it. I don't want to be a scent abuser.
I copied the list.
i second coco mademoiselle,
Serge Lutens- Chergui
Lolita Lempica Au Masculin
Hermes- Un Jardin de Meditaranee
Serge Lutens- Arabie
Wow. They list some real stinkers--I only have ten on that list and that's all I want. I say pooh on the list. Even our friendly basenotes men aren't familiar enough with women's fragrances to judge. Surely to God that list highlights what they are most familiar with-- fragrances with penetrating sillage. That list is just ridiculous. If I had to rotate through that list I'd kill myself.
Please, spritz responsibly.
I really like Sarah Jessica Parker's two perfumes a lot.
I've smelled Lovely and was very fond of it, but I've yet to smell the other one.
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