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    Default Are you going to wear your Virgin Island Water during fall and winter?

    I haven't decided yet. I love this scent but sometimes I think its a bit of novelty. I'll probably stick with it but what are your plans?
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    Default Re: Are you going to wear your Virgin Island Water during fall and winter?

    I own it and like to wear it in the summer time, but I don't think I'd be pulling it out too much for the fall. I'll probably stock it away for next summer.

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    Default Re: Are you going to wear your Virgin Island Water during fall and winter?

    I'm currently testing it.... so I might as well wear it.


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    Default Re: Are you going to wear your Virgin Island Water during fall and winter?

    Fall/Winter can be kinda warm sometimes here in Miami - maybe once or twice. Besides that, I crave cold weather because we get so little of it...because it allows me to wear my heavy gourmands and orientals comfortably. So, when it's the slightest cool I put the VIW away.
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    Default Re: Are you going to wear your Virgin Island Water during fall and winter?

    Same here. Miami is warm year round except for a week or two. So weather permiting I will probably wear it. i also think its something of a novelty although a very good one.

    love that lime note!

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    Default Re: Are you going to wear your Virgin Island Water during fall and winter?

    You guys should move to Kansas. We can get snow about 6 months out of the year. It gets around 100 degrees in the summer sometimes, so plenty of opportunities for hot weather scents as well.

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