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    Default Re: Favorite Estee Lauder fragrance

    Tuberose Gardenia and Youth Dew.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mimi Gardenia View Post
    Tuberose Gardenia...
    For men, for women, for Drag Queens and/or any combination thereof, That's my favorite Estee Lauder fragrance, period. I love that stuff! I just wish it weren't so damn expensive!
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    Default Re: Favorite Estee Lauder fragrance

    It may be cliche, but my mother's signature scent is Beautiful, and I couldn't imagine her in anything else.
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    I would vote for the recent Brasil Dream For Him,a nice summer companion.
    I also like Intuition For Men,almost a Chanel's Allure Homme clone...
    On a sidenote,Lauder For Men gets very few wearings during the year:too heavy/strong/formal for regular use.
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    Quote Originally Posted by discovolante View Post
    I would vote for the recent Brasil Dream For Him,a nice summer companion.
    I also like Intuition For Men,almost a Chanel's Allure Homme clone...
    On a sidenote,Lauder For Men gets very few wearings during the year:too heavy/strong/formal for regular use.
    Lauder For Men wears like an expensive suit. Definitely not for everyday use, but it's a fabulously rich and sophisticated fragrance.

    Intuition is very similar to Chanel Allure Homme but it has less cedar in the middle notes, and some of the sandalwood and tonka on the bottom has been replaced with a hint of incense. All of which make it much more wearable as an office scent. The bottle however is a disaster: ugly and extremely difficult to hold while spraying.

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    I love Estee Lauder's fragrances...I grew up with them!
    My mom's fave was White Linen and I, too, wore it for a while. I still love it but it doesn't really capture my essence. I have a mini of it and dab on a few drops every once in a while when I want to evoke her. Add a burning Salem cigarette and I could probably reincarnate her, but I can't stand cigarette smoke.

    My favorites are Azuree, Private Collection, Cinnabar and Youth Dew.

    My fave masculine from the line is Tuscany. One whiff of it and I'm a junior in college again...wow, memories. I like Aramis too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hillaire View Post
    Metropolis was WONDERFUL! I loved it, too. I don't even think it can be found now.

    After Metropolis, I nominate the fabulous, and underrated Tuscany for Men

    Then Lauder for Men, which is as nice a fougere as I can think of.

    And for the record, Knowing works for men really well. My BF is very comfortable wearing it.
    i was thinking about knowing. since i read a thread about it being similar to no.88 and the guide compares it to black aoud. was also looking for a rose that wasn't so expensive.
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    Another vote for Tuberose Gardenia and another for Youth Dew. I listened to a speech Chandler Burr gave and I had no idea what a hugely revolutionary fragrance Youth Dew was when it was first introduced. Apparently, it was a game-changer. Gotta respect that.

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