Definitely The Dreamer by Versace. The scent is so complex, it can be a bit unnerving to wear casually. You really need to sit down and study its character to understand it.
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Real beauty: 1) Frederic Malle 1-20 2) Chanel Egoiste 3) YSL Opium pour Homme edp 4) Guerlain Habit Rouge 5) TF Noir de Noir \\ Noses: 1) Jacques Cavallier 2) Maurice Roucel
I find when I am pushed out of my comfort zone, I am forced to think and smell more deeply. For instance, when I choose fragrance simply because I enjoy the way it smells, I often take it for granted. I stop at enjoyment. Also, I find that when a fragrance is masculine, it limits my experience. However, if I put on some traditionally women's scents, I often think more about the scent, how it makes me feel, does it work on my skin. There are more variables to consider. Does this smell feminine? What does feminine smell like? Do I like the way it smells? Do I appreciate it for its composition? What does it remind me of, if anything? These questions often get sidetracked when I wear a scent that is less challenging in these ways.
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