Shalimar by Guerlain
Amouage Epic Man
I'm a colognosaurus. Rawr!
Shalimar by Guerlain
(My first time wearing this since I had it on when I came down with a case of food poison a couple of months ago. I had hoped that the reason I haven't reached for it recently had nothing to do with negative memories. However wearing it today I think that may be the case. It still smells really good. I'm just not enjoying it as much as I used to, and it was one of my favorites. I hope it is just too soon, and giving it more time I will love it again in the future.)
L'instant de Guerlain Pour Homme
Pleasantly cool coastal weather around here, and I've been in the mood for old-school scents recently. Today it's Aramis 900 Herbal Cologne.
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Spray it, don’t say it…
Philosykos by Diptyque
Guerlain Derby (recent EDT reissue) for me today.
Nina Ricci Club haute concentration
“Enjoy the little things, for one day you may look back and realize they were the big things.”
~ Robert Brault
- Eau d'Italie Paestum Rose -
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Roadster (Limited Edition)
SotD: PG's Cuir Venenum
Rochas Man/Diesel Zero Plus/JOOP! Go
GRIS CLAIR.....The best smelling thing in the world right now...
Im the be$t @ thi$
Bond No. 9 Bleecker Street
"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
SotA: The Different Company - Sel de Vetiver
this scent is just ridiculously good in the summer heat..
SotD: Lacoste Essential
SotE: TF Azure Lime
Le Labo Tubereuse 40
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SotE: M7. Really, there's no excuse for wearing it on a hot steamy day. Other than I love it, miss it, and can't get enough of it.
Well, maybe not "can't get enough of it." You have to be careful about not over-applying. Just one or two sprays max. It actually works suprisingly well in summer, too.
Aqua Allegoria Lavande Velours by Guerlain
It gives me the crisp, medicinal jolt of jasmine that I want when I apply it and the silky, velvety, violet dry down to smooth it all out. The lavender stepchild of the Guerlain line, this is much more alive and vivid than Jicky or Mouchoir de Monsieur...perfect for warm summer nights like tonight.
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SotN: Gris Clair