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    Default Do you think it's "redundant" to have the following in the same wardrobe

    Chanel Antaeus
    Guerlain Derby
    Knize Ten
    Van Cleef & Arpels PH
    Cartier Santos Concentree

    If not, which do you think is best suited for what? (ex. Antaeus - casual, VC&A - formal wear, etc)

    If so, which would you cull (keeping no more than 2-3)

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    Default Re: Do you think it's "redundant" to have the following in the same wardrobe

    I'll take your Knize Ten.

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    Default Re: Do you think it's "redundant" to have the following in the same wardrobe

    Those'll be great for '80s week at the office!
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    Default Re: Do you think it's "redundant" to have the following in the same wardrobe

    In a word, no.

    If you enjoy leather scents, it makes perfect sense to keep a "stable" on hand. All of the scents on your list are distinct interpretations of the leather idea, and as long as you like wearing all of them, why not own them?

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    Default Re: Do you think it's "redundant" to have the following in the same wardrobe

    Quote Originally Posted by Off-Scenter View Post
    In a word, no.

    If you enjoy leather scents, it makes perfect sense to keep a "stable" on hand. All of the scents on your list are distinct interpretations of the leather idea, and as long as you like wearing all of them, why not own them?
    Yup. I have three of the five listed and don't find them redundant.

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    Default Re: Do you think it's "redundant" to have the following in the same wardrobe

    They're all kind of formal. I would say that the two most casual of the bunch are the Derby and the K10. Now, mind you, I never let designations get in the way of my own morbid sense of humour, so it is not uncommon for me to be wearing VC&A with a t-shirt, jeans and trainers. Really, it is just how you feel it. I wouldn't hesitate to wear Antaeus casually, for one.
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    Default Re: Do you think it's "redundant" to have the following in the same wardrobe

    From your wardrobe, nothing seems redundant to me, even if most of them do share a truly similar vibe

    However, if I did have to make a choice, I'd keep Antaeus, Knize Ten and VC&A PH, but it's by far not a versatile choice, since all the three are quite formal and in my opinion, not the most suitable for any other occasions

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    Default Re: Do you think it's "redundant" to have the following in the same wardrobe

    Quote Originally Posted by StylinLA View Post
    Yup. I have three of the five listed and don't find them redundant.
    Same here, and looking to get the other two - Knize 10 and Derby
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