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    Default Re: The Most Unobtrusive and Light Scent on Hot Days

    +1 on Eau de Cartier... I also find myself wearing Guerlain Vetiver on those kind of occasions.

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    Default Re: The Most Unobtrusive and Light Scent on Hot Days

    Pour Monsieur is the last thing I would wear a hot summer day. It also has serious sillage and is hardly unobtrusive. I think of it as a rich, winter, wool-sweater fragrance.
    Eau Sauvage would be my choice: light, bracing, refreshing, only faintly detectable after an hour or two. Classic.

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    Default Re: The Most Unobtrusive and Light Scent on Hot Days

    Hermes Eau de Gentiane Blanche

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    Default Re: The Most Unobtrusive and Light Scent on Hot Days

    Unobtrusive -- inconspicuous. These are something that may be noticed and only remembered as "he smelled nice" as they are somewhat disguised by design:

    Clean Fresh Laundry (Clean) -- "But it's for women!" they scream. Try it.
    Clean Ultimate (Clean) -- See above.
    Warm Cotton (Clean) -- Try it.
    Clean Men (Clean) -- Perhaps.
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