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    Default Versache Dreamer vs. Armani Attitude Extreme?

    So I'm looking to buy a cologne for evening wear. What i am most looking at is Versache Dreamer or the Armani Attitude or attitude extreme? what is the difference between both armani's I've tried in the store and the extreme is much nicer. but can i use it for a bit of summer wear or is it to strong.

    May i have some recomindations under $100 if possible.

    Thx in advance

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    BINGO
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    Default Re: Versache Dreamer vs. Armani Attitude Extreme?

    Attitude did nothing for me. Haven't smelt the extreme and don't really care to. I haven't heard anything profound to make me think otherwise.

    I own the Versace Dreamer and it is in my top 5. This slays the dragon any day of the week. Can't go wrong wearing the Dreamer.

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    Default Re: Versache Dreamer vs. Armani Attitude Extreme?

    Quote Originally Posted by BINGO View Post
    Attitude did nothing for me. Haven't smelt the extreme and don't really care to. I haven't heard anything profound to make me think otherwise.

    I own the Versace Dreamer and it is in my top 5. This slays the dragon any day of the week. Can't go wrong wearing the Dreamer.
    I love The Dreamer as well just recently picked up a bottle cheap online

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    Default Re: Versache Dreamer vs. Armani Attitude Extreme?

    Quote Originally Posted by BINGO View Post
    Attitude did nothing for me. Haven't smelt the extreme and don't really care to. I haven't heard anything profound to make me think otherwise.

    I own the Versace Dreamer and it is in my top 5. This slays the dragon any day of the week. Can't go wrong wearing the Dreamer.
    Word.
    Exactly my point of view.

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    Default Re: Versache Dreamer vs. Armani Attitude Extreme?

    There's nothing Extreme about Attitude Extreme.

    The Dreamer wins this one by a mile.
    "A parent's only as good as their dumbest kid. If one wins a Nobel Prize but the other gets robbed by a hooker, you failed."

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    Default Re: Versache Dreamer vs. Armani Attitude Extreme?

    Just ordered myself a bottle of the dreamer by the way.

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    Default Re: Versache Dreamer vs. Armani Attitude Extreme?

    What do you guys think of Dreamer vs. SJ Unforgivable?

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    Default Re: Versache Dreamer vs. Armani Attitude Extreme?

    Quote Originally Posted by Metalica77 View Post
    What do you guys think of Dreamer vs. SJ Unforgivable?

    Dreamer all the way

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    Default Re: Versache Dreamer vs. Armani Attitude Extreme?

    Dreamer rocks! Didn't really appreciate the beauty of the dry down until recently, though I've had my bottle for quite some time. Seems like at first, the top notes stuck around longer than they do now. But yeah, the Dreamer is definetely special. Get it!

    Under $100? Plenty of fragrances fit that bill. Try Gucci Pour Homme 2. That can pretty much be worn all year round. Check out all the Burberry fragrances too. Givenchy has a new one that's pretty good, Play Intense. That's most likely my next purchase.

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    Default Re: Versache Dreamer vs. Armani Attitude Extreme?

    How many sprays and where do you put dreamer? I think One on the neck and one on the wrist and then put wrists together is good. That sounds fine to me?

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