I wanna smell fresh
Bowling Green sorta smells like it. Mugler Cologne if you just want the soapy smell.
Last edited by LifeIsABeach; 27th May 2011 at 12:52 PM.
I remember reading numerous times, that one of the Creeds smells A LOT like Irish Spring soap. Either Original Vetiver or Green Valley, I believe. Investigate those.
You might want to sample some of the CLEAN line of colognes - CLEAN Cologne, CLEAN Shower Fresh Cologne....I think there's an Outdoor Fresh version too.
+1 for Mugler Cologne and also Gendarme.
Thank you very much everyone this helped alot
Green Irish Tweed / Cool Water (and all the copies: JF by Floris, Freshman by Truefitt & Hill, etc.)
Eternity by Calvin Klein
Mugler Cologne by T. Mugler
Polo Sport by Ralph Lauren
Last edited by MysteryBuff40; 30th July 2011 at 08:06 AM.
Green Irish Tweed - I get a soapy vibe from it initially, but as far as fresh and clean it's one of the best.
Original Vetiver - Has a clean, green, and citrus vibe to it and smell like an expensive soap.
Mugler Cologne - Basically the same a OV, but doesn't have the depth.
Rive Gauche - Smells like a barber shop and it's a nice clean type of fragrance with a twist.
Perhaps Prada Amber? I get a clothes detergent vibe from that one, so it may work for you.
how has nobody mentioned Paco Rabanne Pour Homme yet?! It's the irish springs smell you're looking for.
+1 to Mugler's Cologne or Creed Original Vetiver for the green fresh direction, or Prada Amber for the floral creamy soap direction.
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