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    Default Winter/Cold fragrances compared to Summer/Warm fragrances?

    It seems to me, that the winter colognes are much more appealing, and versatile... I almost always prefer them over the summer scents.

    What do you think? Would you say that more of your favorites are warm or cold weather fragrances?

    I find the winter/fall ones to be more unique... As where summer/spring tend to be more aquatic which isn't my cup of tea.

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    Default Re: Winter/Cold fragrances compared to Summer/Warm fragrances?

    All the fragrances I wear are year-round scents at least for me.

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    Default Re: Winter/Cold fragrances compared to Summer/Warm fragrances?

    I would tend to agree. I am one who does classify in a way that makes sense to me, and I find the heavy more robust scents I wear in winter tend to be more my favorites.

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    Default Re: Winter/Cold fragrances compared to Summer/Warm fragrances?

    I tend to agree with Hednic - besides, every scent has its own degree of versatility and there's no law prohibiting e.g. that arich, strong, heavy wintry scent can be versatile for summer and a light, fresh, clean, crisp, citrus-laden summery scent scuitable for colder weather

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