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    Default how should you apply fragrance when wearing a leather jacket?

    hey guys. goin to a party tonight and im gunna rock the leather jacket with some pure malt. since its a jacket and u cant spray on arms, how do u recommend spray pure malt?

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    Default Re: how should you apply fragrance when wearing a leather jacket?

    Same as you usually would. Just make sure the fragrance dries completely before putting on the jacket.

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    Default Re: how should you apply fragrance when wearing a leather jacket?

    Yea, I'd watch out that the alcohol in the cologne doesn't mess with the leather so don't spray it onto the jacket at all.

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    Sometimes spraying a scent INSIDE the coat/jacket does the trick. Unless it's a particularly strong or unusual fragrance that would linger there forever, that's what I would do. Spray the lining only (if it's not leather itself) and you should tastefully exude all the class that goes with a good leather jacket. I have done this myself a lot, and the smell fades rather quickly after you take it off and hang it up.

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    Just make sure you look at yourself in the mirror when applying it.
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    Default Re: how should you apply fragrance when wearing a leather jacket?

    the way you like it

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    Default Re: how should you apply fragrance when wearing a leather jacket?

    How about on the insides of the jacket, over the lining?
    Or even on your shirt/t shirt that you'd wear under the jacket unless you don't wear one


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    Default Re: how should you apply fragrance when wearing a leather jacket?

    Surely you would just apply to your neck and chest as usual , your fragrance wouldnt come into contact with the leather so its not really an issue is it

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