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    Default Air travel scent - What should one wear?

    I am heading off to India for a long vacation. I'd be on a plane for about 17 hours (incl. connecting flight).

    What would be a good fragrance to wear?

    Something thats not too loud yet doesn't go unnoticed.

    Something thats not a love/hate scent.

    I am kind of tilting towards

    'Terre D'hermes'
    Mugler Cologne
    Wall Street
    Bond Eau de New York
    GIT
    Acqua di Parma colonia Assoluta


    I am even contemplating the rose fragrances incl.
    'Rose 31'
    'TDC Rose Poivree'.

    Longevity is not such an issue because in any case I am going to carry a little decant of whatever I chose to wear.

    My wardrobe is quite uptodate. Choice is not limited to what has been mentioned above.

    Pls. suggest.

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    Mugler Cologne
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    Mugler Cologne.
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    Mugler, or none.

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    Default Re: Air travel scent - What should one wear?

    I'd go with Rose 31, nothing says India like the cumin! I'd go with wall street though, when I last went to India (8 months ago) I was wearing Cool Water (tsk tsk, I know) and before we landed at Dehli airport, the stench of India (which is bad, but I still like it, I suppose it's because i'm part Indian, has a homey feeling to it!) got into the plane and made it smell bad. I put my wrist to my nose, and it was all okay.

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    Default Re: Air travel scent - What should one wear?

    I'd go with Mugler Cologne or AdP Colonia Assoluta - something light and not over powering.
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    Default Re: Air travel scent - What should one wear?

    I'd go with the Acqua di Parma colonia Assoluta or the TDC Rose Poivree
    Then you can wear Acier Aluminum when you return

    Have a good flight my friend
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    Default Re: Air travel scent - What should one wear?

    Quote Originally Posted by petruccijc View Post
    I'd go with Mugler Cologne or AdP Colonia Assoluta.
    I agree, either of these or absolutely nothing at all.
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    I would go with the Acqua di Parma. It isn't too obtrusive so it won't annoy other passengers. I would hate to be sat next to somebody for 17 hours if they were wearing a strong fragrance.
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    Mugler is great for flights. However, I would consider some softer Creed (Tabarome Millesime is very pleasent!). Sorry, I can't see your wardrobe right now - but I think I remember you having some Creed.

    In the past the only thing I took flying was the Original Paco Rabanne. It's such a pleasant smell, yet carries some distinction to it! Lately (I fly a lot!) I wear either Noir Epices or French Lover while on the plane - they are both a little more modern.

    Rose 31would be nice too... but go very lightly with it or the roses might be overpowering.
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    Another vote for Mugler Cologne, because it's so inoffensive. I love Rose 31 but I'm not sure I'd appreciate sitting next to it for 17 hours if I didn't care for cumin. But then, if I didn't like cumin, why would I be going to India?!
    In any case, I'd definitely apply lightly and freshen as needed in the restroom (not that anyone could rest in an aircraft head!). Long flights can get pretty fragrant - in a bad way - and even a good fragrance sometimes just adds to the sensory confusion, IMO.
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    Default Re: Air travel scent - What should one wear?

    Creed Erolfa since it is an "ozonic" scent and you are in the ozone layer.

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    Default Re: Air travel scent - What should one wear?

    I'll have to go with nothing at all. Sorry.

    Mixing cologne with a plane full of other people who may be wearing scent and/or sweating and the recycled air is not good. Your scent gets lost in all of that and/or it mixes in with all of that.

    I seriously believe there are times when no scent is necessary. Enclosed transportation (no windows and no way off) with a bunch of strangers is one of those times.
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    I agree - go with none. People are stuffed so close, there will be meals with different smells, it might well turn up even your stomach your own scent.

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    Default Re: Air travel scent - What should one wear?

    I could handle a bit of Mugler Cologne without feeling obscene, but not much of it and certainly nothing else, except maybe a shot of Gendarme.

    Or you could go with 20 sprays of Black Aoud, Xeryus Rouge, and/or Dunhill Desire. Personally, on a 17-hour flight, I'd f*cking punch you.
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    Gendarme/gendarme 20

    Mugler

    or Creed OV.

    or any good aqua scent.....those are light regardless.


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    If you can get your hands on them, Bvlgari produce a range of scented Oshibori's. Also Herme´s make EDoV scented wipes which are perfect for refreshing hands, face and the back of the neck.
    These are PERFECT during long-haul flights!



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    I wouldn't wear anything at all, and instead upgrade my playlist on my iPod for that 17 hour flight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scentronic View Post
    Or you could go with 20 sprays of Black Aoud, Xeryus Rouge, and/or Dunhill Desire.
    On the upside, you might get the entire row to yourself!
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    Default Re: Air travel scent - What should one wear?

    Quite frankly, any scent will do. If it's a strong one, just apply less.

    I've accumulated a bunch of 15, 20 and 30ml bottles over the years (usually as extras in a gift set). I chose four or five of those to take with me in my little plastic zip bag onto the plane.

    Last time I took Nautica original, Z-14, Gucci Rush, Diesel ++ and Chrome. Why stick with one?

    And also, there's always a cheapie scent on sale on every flight - you can buy and use that one as well.
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    Default Re: Air travel scent - What should one wear?

    Quote Originally Posted by nsamadi View Post
    I wouldn't wear anything at all, and instead upgrade my playlist on my iPod for that 17 hour flight.
    I agree. How would you feel if you had to sit next to some guy who went overboard with Halston Z-14? If anything, I wear a lightly scented deodorant when I fly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Prince Barry View Post
    I would go with the Acqua di Parma. It isn't too obtrusive so it won't annoy other passengers. I would hate to be sat next to somebody for 17 hours if they were wearing a strong fragrance.
    My thoughts exactly. Definitely keep it light when flying, certain people can be very sensitive to that.
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    Default Re: Air travel scent - What should one wear?

    couple of spritz - Eau de Paco

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    I usually use flying to try out something in the Duty Free. But if you're sat by strangers I would be wary of applying too much of anything.

    On the other hand, if you're a nervous flier then something with lavender in should be good for nerves, or ginger for air sickness.

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    Default Re: Air travel scent - What should one wear?

    Gendarme

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    I am traveling to Washington DC today... I will be wearing Tabarome Millesime - it's a calming scent, and since the flight isn't that long, no need to worry about reapplying!
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    Default Re: Air travel scent - What should one wear?

    Mugler cologne out of what you listed. And I would go with the previously suggested: use anything you like, just the stronger the scent is the less you should use.

    Also, you can apply some at the airport when you switch planes, so anything easily available like Mugler or Bvlgari you can re-use without carrying a bottle or decant in your pockets.

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    Default Re: Air travel scent - What should one wear?

    I'd def do the Mugler Cologne, it's so light and crisp and upbeat that it's hard to imagine it offending anyone.

    edit: ahhh, a bit late, have a great trip Gupts!
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    Default Re: Air travel scent - What should one wear?

    Azzaro makes one called Jetlag, which is specifically made for air travel. I think I even remember that they only sell it at duty-free shops in airports to make sure it is used only for its intended purpose!
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