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    Default Re: Job Interviews, and "Professional" Fragrances

    Angel Men Pure coffee and a cup of coffee and I think you are set.

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    Default Re: Job Interviews, and "Professional" Fragrances

    Quote Originally Posted by MrAndySais View Post
    By wearing "Play" he told you that he has no taste, integrity, charcacter, style, or whatsoever.

    The assumption "stupid club kid" was spot on, I would have called security and thrown him out!
    hahaha. You do remember that in this scenario, you're the other interviewee?
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    Default Re: Job Interviews, and "Professional" Fragrances

    The one I'm wearing today would be good: Prada Infusion de Vetiver

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    If a candidate can't be bothered to wear Aventus to an interview, I can't be bothered to take him seriously, can I?

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    Default Re: Job Interviews, and "Professional" Fragrances

    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Chambers View Post
    If a candidate can't be bothered to wear Aventus to an interview, I can't be bothered to take him seriously, can I?
    you can't be serious.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RiveGaucheInstead View Post
    you can't be serious.
    Aventus means "success" in Esperanto, a language that dates back to the 18th century.

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    Default Re: Job Interviews, and "Professional" Fragrances

    The problem wasn't the club scent he was wearing. Rather the volume at which he is projecting the scent and risking unfavorable impression. That shows a lack of attention to details imo, or a certain disregard for social context. So he'd better be amazing!

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    Default Re: Job Interviews, and "Professional" Fragrances

    Quote Originally Posted by ChuckW View Post
    The one I'm wearing today would be good: Prada Infusion de Vetiver
    I'm wearing that today as well

    You can't go wrong with something light and not overpowering. I would suggest Esenza di Zegna or EdT version of TdH with maximum two sprays.

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