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    Default Similiar to Versace Blue Jeans

    Hi guys,

    I really like the smell of Versace's Blue Jeans but I don't find it has great sillage or longevity. Can anyone suggest another fragrance that is similiar but has better sillage and longevity?

    Thanks!

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    Default Re: Similiar to Versace Blue Jeans

    Really? I thought most of the Versaces were the crazy synthetic type that have monster sillage/longevity.

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    No, I don't find that Blue Jeans has a good longevity at all.

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    Ah, one of my first frags. Almost done the bottle actually, though I'm still a little new at this. Personally I find that it does project pretty well and lasts for a solid number of hours, plus it really morphs from a citurs floral thing to a spicy/woody one over time.

    I really like this one and also asked about rec's for something similar. I think you should aim for notes like Lavendar/Jasmine, and Cedar/Sandlewood. To me that's mostly what I pick up.

    So say Gucci Pour Homme will give you the peppery smell (like Blue Jean's nutmeg) and the Cedarwood(?) notes. No florals though. Something like YSL L'Homme will give you some of that spicy ginger and violet.

    I'm sure others will chime in with better combos found in other frags.
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    Default Re: Similiar to Versace Blue Jeans

    Quote Originally Posted by Master-Classter View Post
    Ah, one of my first frags. Almost done the bottle actually, though I'm still a little new at this. Personally I find that it does project pretty well and lasts for a solid number of hours, plus it really morphs from a citurs floral thing to a spicy/woody one over time.

    I really like this one and also asked about rec's for something similar. I think you should aim for notes like Lavendar/Jasmine, and Cedar/Sandlewood. To me that's mostly what I pick up.

    So say Gucci Pour Homme will give you the peppery smell (like Blue Jean's nutmeg) and the Cedarwood(?) notes. No florals though. Something like YSL L'Homme will give you some of that spicy ginger and violet.

    I'm sure others will chime in with better combos found in other frags.
    I should try that YSL L'Homme - I have seen it mentioned here a number of times. Thanks for the suggestions.

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    Default Re: Similiar to Versace Blue Jeans

    I was going to mention YSL L'homme as well. And Chanel Allure Homme Sport.

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