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    Default Most Versatile Layering Fragrance?

    Which fragrance do you think is the most versatile in smelling great with other fragrances?

    This is not about asking what your favourite layering combination is, but which fragrance do you find, when layered with others, provides the most pleasing results most often.

    For me I think it has to be Hammam Bouquet.

    I love it on its own, but I've also tried it with Gucci Homme I, Lagerfeld Classic (yes, honestly), Pierre Cardin pour Homme etc.

    So - your thoughts please....
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    All of the men's Opium series; edp, Orient, and edt work very nicely when layered in any combination.
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    Default Re: Most Versatile Layering Fragrance?

    All of the men's Opium series; edp, Orient, and edt work very nicely when layered in any combination.

    ***CAN SOMEONE DELETE THIS SECOND POST, PLEASE******NOT SURE HOW THIS HAPPENED THAT I WAS ABLE TO POST TWICE.

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    I tend to use the Body Shop's Woody Sandalwood with some of my scents that I think need a little extra depth or richness. It seems to go very well with Burberry Brit and Czech & Speake's Frankincense and Myrrh, at least on me!
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    of their lovely proper names I can bring back / remnants of the hundred fragrances.
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