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    Default (Hot Weather Use) Juicy Couture's "Dirth English" vs. Thierry Mugler's "B*Men"

    Hi, as the titles says -

    I need a suggestion between Dirty English and B*Men, please
    This is for summer use, and I was looking for something not so common.
    So here I narrowed it down to these two.

    Right now I'm using the John Varvatos Vintage, and I do love that stuff!
    Note that I am an Asian American, and am a Cadet at a Military College.
    My skin is dry, and I tend to sweat a lot, too!


    Oh, and if you can make any other suggestions, please do so!

    Once again, Juicy Couture's "Dirth English" vs. Thierry Mugler's "B*Men" !
    Or should I just stick with the John Varvatos Vintage all season long?

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    Default Re: (Hot Weather Use) Juicy Couture's "Dirth English" vs. Thierry Mugler's "B*Men"

    I'd have to say Dirty English, my full reasoning in this blog post. I also examined The Anatomy of the Discriminating Man’s Summer Scent.

    Hope that helps.
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    Default Re: (Hot Weather Use) Juicy Couture's "Dirth English" vs. Thierry Mugler's "B*Men"

    B*Men smells like a strange soup to me, so I'd definitely go for Dirty English. For a more summery version of Dirty English, I'd suggest trying Dunhill Pursuit. Still has the incense thing going but lightened up with spices and orange.
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    Default Re: (Hot Weather Use) Juicy Couture's "Dirth English" vs. Thierry Mugler's "B*Men"

    B*Men would be disgusting in the summer with its thick, almost rubbery texture.

    Out of the two, Dirty English, for sure. I'm guessing it may bloom in the heat thanks to its high amount of iso e super.
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    Default Re: (Hot Weather Use) Juicy Couture's "Dirth English" vs. Thierry Mugler's "B*Men"

    Dirty English without a doubt

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    Default Re: (Hot Weather Use) Juicy Couture's "Dirth English" vs. Thierry Mugler's "B*Men"

    B Men would be the worst, of almost any scent in hot weather.

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    Default Re: (Hot Weather Use) Juicy Couture's "Dirth English" vs. Thierry Mugler's "B*Men"

    Quote Originally Posted by cadetfighter View Post
    Oh, and if you can make any other suggestions, please do so!
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