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    Default I have a new favourite..Uomo?

    I think it don't happens often that we find a fragrance we like so much it goes straight into your top 5. I'm currently exploring the world of niche, but I recently ordered Cuba Red, and got a sample of....Moschino Uomo?..

    I have a new favorite. This is the first fragrance that can possibly replace my By Man. Off course nothing is like By Man for me, and I'm not saying they're the same, but till now this would be the first one that can replace it for me. Imo it's very sexy and masculine, like By Man. I think I would describe them both as "Italian playboy" frags. Now, I don't fit that image at all, and don't see myself as a "playboy". Uomo? is more sophisticated I think, By Man is more "dirty / naughty"

    I find it strange that it's called an office scent, I read this on the reviews, but for me its more of a evening scent..

    Does anyone else thinks Moschino Uomo? falls under the category "sexy"?
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    Agreed - it not an office scent its very long lasting with great sillage from its musk notes. This is not a scent that hits you over the head but it sure lingers in the air.

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    Default Re: I have a new favourite..Uomo?

    Quote Originally Posted by brianroy View Post
    Does anyone else thinks Moschino Uomo? falls under the category "sexy"?
    Most certainly, yes. Uomo?/Moschino is a veritable tsunami of sex appeal.

    I agree that the fragrance brings to mind the stereotypical Latin lover. I imagine it would be suitable for the character of Paolo, the male escort, in Tennessee Williams' "The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone."

    In addition to using the fragrance for social events, I have actually worn this to my office (lightly applied) and have had some very nice remarks from female coworkers.

    The longevity of Uomo?/Moschino is excellent.
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    Default Re: I have a new favourite..Uomo?

    Uomo? Moschino is one of my all-time favorites. Certainly in my top 5 as well. I almost adopted it as my signature scent until I decided I didn't want a single signature scent. I agree it is VERY SEXY! It is a good choice for a hot date. I do wear this to work regularly. One female coworker liked it so much she thought of getting her husband some. A straight male coworker said I smelled so good that he didn't want to leave my office!

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    I'm ordering this one because I think I need something a little edgy in my collection! I hope I enjoy it as much as you all did. I'll let you know.

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    An excellent scent! I normally despise fragrances with strong sweet/vanilla/tonka accords but this one is wonderful. The first sweet vanilla scent I liked and still really the only one I like (Penhaligon's Endymion is alright too). There's just enough musk and perhaps a trace of bergamot or something... sharp... to make it interesting and stand out from all the CKs and whatnot that smell, quite frankly, similar (though inferior).
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    Default Re: I have a new favourite..Uomo?

    An excellent scent! I normally despise fragrances with strong sweet/vanilla/tonka accords but this one is wonderful. The first sweet vanilla scent I liked and still really the only one I like (Penhaligon's Endymion is alright too). There's just enough musk and perhaps a trace of bergamot or something... sharp... to make it interesting and stand out from all the CKs and whatnot that smell, quite frankly, similar (though inferior).
    Glad you liked it, hope johja will too!
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