Thread: SOTD: Tuesday August 24, 2010
As Roberto and Strollyourlobster, today I wear Habit Rouge.
^^^ooohh.... that's spooky!
Cumming by Alan Cumming
I almost always wear this one on weekends, at night - but today I decided to wear it to the office. It feels altogether weird - like I'm wearing sunglasses inside. But with the heat and the sunshine it's bringing out a different facet to the scent. I love that about fragrances.
Mazzolari Lui by Mazzolari
Versace – Versus Uomo
...a new favorite!
“I wanna say something. I’m gonna put it out there. If you like it, you can take it, if you don’t, send it right back…."
Habit Rouge Guerlain
Kenzo Power...I'm back to my flower power!!
Don't Smell the Flowers,
They're an Evil Drug to Make You Lose Your Mind --- Dio
Versace's The Dreamer.
DK Men Unleaded
MPG Iris Bleu Gris
Caron Nuit de Noel (vintage extrait and edc)
SotE: Herr von Eden - Euterpe
SotD: Caron PuH. Usually only wear this one after my evening shower prior to going to bed. Kind of strange wearing it to the office today. I'm tempted to close the door, turn off the lights, and catch some zzz's.
Green Irish Tweed , using the shaving soap, aftershave, deodorant and a spray pen of the fragrance. What a wonderful experience.
Tiffany for Men (1989, Jacques Polge) by Tiffany
pm Kiton Men from a sample
Is the juice worth the squeeze?
Nicolai Pour Homme by Parfums de Nicolai
sample of Bosque by by Humiecki & Graef
Coach for Men
SotD: Bleu de Chanel
SotA: Creed Silver Mountain Water
SotE: YSL Opium pour Homme
It's an interesting progression on my skin. Fresh, to fresh + floral/fruity, to floral/fruity + spices.
I went on a big binge of summer/fresh/citrus, and now it's time to dive into the fall wardrobe, even if I have to rush the process a little.
Last edited by mrcologneguy; 24th August 2010 at 11:36 PM.
SotE: Tommy Bahama for Men
"Live in each season as it passes; breathe the air, drink the drink, taste the fruit, and resign yourself to the influences of each!" - Henry David Thoreau
Sandalwood Cologne - GEO. F. TRUMPER
Patou pour Homme Prive
Odeur 71 by Comme des Garcons
L'Eau D'Issey pour Homme
Our job is to live joyfully in this world of sorrows--Joseph Campbell
Jicky (vintage parfum) by Guerlain (thanks M!)
I am currently on a passionate love affair with this stuff.
I wore the wonderful Rochas Globe.
Once this is on you it is on you for a long time and with a lot of projection. It also feels so right on me.
That girl, that bottle, that mattress and me.
Creed Baie de Genievre
This one fills a certain niche for me. I once had a sample of Vintage Tabarome and it's gone. In a strange way, I find that Baie de Genievre reminds me quite a bit of Vintage Tabarome. It's got that certain dry, distinguished "brown" feel about it and even though I see no tobacco in the notes, it manages to have a tobacco feel to it-- it even reminds me of Aramis Havana a little with its other notes.
So when I have the desire to wear Vintage Tabarome, yet can't because it's dead and gone, I reach for Baie de Genievre and it fills in nicely.
my sote was molinard III paris grass.