Thread: SotD: Sunday, 20th June, 2010
Today: Davidoff - Adventure
Montale – Roses Musk
Issey Miyake Summer 09
On this 99 degree day in Dallas -
Virgin Island Water by Creed
SotD: Serge Lutens - Gris Clair
Chanel Égoïste tonight
Thee things cannot be long hidden: the Sun, the Moon, the Truth--Buddha
There is no love in modern life
There is no hope in modern life
I'm testing Rochas Man today and I really dig it alot. I feel like such a noob testing for the first time all these well known scents...hahaha
Profvmvum Antico Caruso
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Bond No. 9 Brooklyn
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"Nothing breaks up a team faster than.. Herpes"
-- Top --
(1) Guerlain Tonka Imperiale (2) Creed Millesime Imperial
(3) Creed Silver Mountain Water (4) Creed Aventus
(5) Creed Green Irish Tweed (6) Thierry Mugler A*Men Pure Malt
(7) Amouage Reflection Man
A.M.: Eau de Guerlain by Guerlain
P.M.: Apres L'Ondee by Guerlain
Happy Father's Day to all at Basenotes!!!
Wall Street by Bond No.9
Shiseido Basala this evening
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I'm a colognosaurus. Rawr!
- No. 5 Eau Pemiere (Chanel) -
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Happy Father's Day to all the Basenotes Dads.
Today I wore my Father's Day gift to myself:
I absolutely love this one. I wore it several times (from a decant) last month, and it smelled great. Unfortunately in the extreme heat it kind of goes into hiding on my skin. Now that I'm inside this evening I can smell it again (great as usual). I may just have to wait until some slightly cooler days to wear it. It may be a spring/fall scent for me, or at least not a mid-summer scent.
SotE: Amouage - Lyric Man
SOTD/E: Davidoff's Cool Water. Excellent!
Jubilation XXV by Amouage
Vetiver The Great!!!
Musc for Him Oil Parfum
Rare, vintage, and niche off-site sales.
Splits: Chanel, Eucris, O'driu, La Via del Profumo/AbdesSalaam Attar, Mona di Orio, Kurkdjian, Slumberhouse.
New atomizer and decanting supplies for sale.
For me a work of fiction exists only insofar as it affords me what I shall bluntly call aesthetic bliss, that is a sense of being somehow, somewhere, connected with other states of being where art (curiosity, tenderness, kindness, ecstasy) is the norm. - Vladimir Nabokov