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    Default Work, Casual & Evening Fragrance Choices (am a newbie)

    Hi basenote friends

    Please can u help me with some choices for work, casual and evening fragrances.
    I don't like fragrances that are too strong as some can give me a headache, having said that it maybe that I am applying heavy fragrances in too large a quantity e.g. Aqua Di Georgio. I didn't like that one too much. But I want something that will not fade into nothing, esp evening fragrances


    At the moment I have bought Vera Wang for men for work wear was considering Bulgari Homme Soir for an evening fragrance. I used to wear Baldessarini by Hugo Boss and loved that. But wanted a change after wearing it for so long. I was thinking of Tom Ford for Men as another work wear.

    Please can you give me some ideas, that would be much appreciated.

    Thank you

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    Default Re: Work, Casual & Evening Fragrance Choices (am a newbie)

    Designer Frags:
    Work: Paul Smith Story (I'm wearing it today at work!)
    Casual: Versace Man Eau Fraiche
    Evening: D&G Pour Homme,

    Niche Frags
    Work: Vetiver Extraordinaire by Frederic Malle
    Casual: Original Santal by Creed
    Evening: Straight to Heaven by By Kilian

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    Default Re: Work, Casual & Evening Fragrance Choices (am a newbie)

    Thanks. I'll have to look up "niche" fragrances.
    Hopefully i'll get more feedback.

    Oh Rochas Man keeps cropping up as an all time fave of ppls, where does that sit for Work/Casual/Evening wear?

    Thanks again
    Last edited by beemer; 30th September 2008 at 09:33 PM.

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    Default Re: Work, Casual & Evening Fragrance Choices (am a newbie)

    I would say that it works for a casual atmosphere. It could work for evening but I would see it more as an everyday casual scent. And it is a great scent.

    I also suggest Gucci Envy, Gucci pour Homme, and Dior Homme

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    Default Re: Work, Casual & Evening Fragrance Choices (am a newbie)

    thank you

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    For casual and work try Guerlain Vetiver; it is light, crisp, and aromatic. For evening, try Azzaro PH.

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    I recomend you Herrera for men and Azzaro....Both, very versatile, excellent options.
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