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    Default Fragrances that can be worn all year round?

    I would like to know about some good fragrances that can be worn all year round. No matter if it's 90 degrees out,or if its 20 degrees. Suggestions please..
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    Default Re: Fragrances that can be worn all year round?

    Terre de Hermes or Geir.

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    Guerlain Vetiver
    Bulgari pour Homme

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    Default Re: Fragrances that can be worn all year round?

    My choice of fragrance is based more on emotional need (which may indeed be in response to the weather) than on the temperature. A warming amber can become downright steaming and sultry in the summer heat. A light floral can be an optimistic statement, a life affirmation in the dead of winter. I strongly suggest that you try mixing it up, look inward for inspiration.

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    Default Re: Fragrances that can be worn all year round?

    I wear everything year round. I just go easier on the application of heavy/woody/musky scents in the summertime.

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    Pretty much anything with a strong vetiver component, along with the lighter-to-medium-weight fougere scents, have been comfortable all-year scents for me. Generally speaking, I stay away from bright citrus scents and aquatics in winter (it's wet enough here) and rich, sweet orientals in summer, but these are just my personal preferences.

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