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Thread: Nice Guys Finish Last !!!
Just want 3 Nice frags for under 75$ a bottle. When I say "nice" - I mean good frags from before 1990 that are safe , great smelling and can wear anytime, anywhere.
I picked before 1990 because anything newer might be too common. Also, my son was born in 1990 and I dont want some " hip" synthetic vibe modern era scents.
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Tuscany per Uomo, Aramis
+ 1 for Aramis, Montana Parfum d'Homme
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Chanel Antaeus 3.3ml $72.00
Caron Le Troisième Homme (under $75.00 online, sometimes very affordable indeed)
Givenchy Xeryus (the original, as Rouge is good but doesn't passes your filters.)
Going by what department stores stock, Aramis, Polo, Drakkar Noir, Obsession for Men, and Cool Water.
+1 Chanel Egoiste (1990)
Caron, Pour un homme
Cartier, Declaration (a bit after 1990 but one of Ellena's first masterpiece)
Guerlain, Habit Rouge
Caron, 3è Homme
Current top 10 in no particular order : Malle - Carnal Flower (pre 2008) ; Montale - Black Aoud ; Bond #9 - Silver Factory ; Tauer - L'air du désert marocain ; C&Z - No 88 ; Francis K. - APOM ; Creed - Aventus ; Amouage - Epic ; Profumum - Dulcis In Fundo ; Amouage - Opus V
AdP Colonia (50ml)
Paco Rabanne PH
Giorgio for Men
Many great suggestions here, so I will chime in to bolster recommendation for Azzaro pour Homme, Habit Rouge and Paco Rabanne. No serious wardrobe can really be without these.
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Caron Pour un Homme - 1934. But timeless.
YSL pour homme
Caron Pour un Homme
Le Troisieme by Caron
Oh man, so many great ones to choose from:
Azzaro Pour Homme (a whooping $15, often!)
This would give you a nice diverse trio: a unique floral beeswax (Antaeus), an outstanding fougere (Azzaro), and a versatile oriental (JHL). Maybe add a green with Eau Sauvage or Givenchy Vetiver (re-released recently, but originally from the '50s)...or Guerlain Vetiver of course.
"It's not what you look like when you're doing what you're doing; it's what you're doing when you're doing what you look like you're doing."
There are many excellent fragrances already suggested.
Here are a couple niche scents that are versatile and smell great. They are both slightly above what you want to spend, but are worth it IMO.
Parfums de Nicolai's New York. The 30ml bottle is $45 and the 100ml is $95
Lorenzo Villoresi's Uomo. The 50ml bottle is $80. Although it's from 1993 there is nothing modern or synthetic about it at all.
Last edited by ajmc; 17th June 2011 at 03:51 AM.
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Caron Pour Un Homme
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Dunhill for Men (1934)
Quartz for Men - Molyneux
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some great ideas fellas.
Esencia Loewe (1988)
Guerlain Mitsouko (1919)
Armani Eau Pour Homme (1984)
Diptyque L'Ombre dans L'Eau (1983)
And another +1 for Azzaro pour Homme