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    Default ferragamo tuscan soul anyone else digging this?

    the opening has a very cologney feel and i was abit suspicious if it was refilled juice coz it was from my brother haha (though i have never seen him tinkering with fume bottles and funnels.. ) the drydown at first i thought was pretty feminine but i can see now that after a few wears it is indeed a unisex cologne..


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    Default Re: ferragamo tuscan soul anyone else digging this?

    Unisex indeed. Quite good stuff, and gets a lot of use during the Summer here.
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    Default Re: ferragamo tuscan soul anyone else digging this?

    Yup, just as you describe! I think bf uses it more than I do, though I like it a lot.

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    Default Re: ferragamo tuscan soul anyone else digging this?

    CK One...

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    Default Re: ferragamo tuscan soul anyone else digging this?

    yep, it's really nice and a bargain price
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    Default Re: ferragamo tuscan soul anyone else digging this?

    Quote Originally Posted by heperd View Post
    CK One...
    i owned that way back..

    must be y i lyk it then..

    my all time favorite fragrance is acqua di parma. finished my bottle a long time ago and haven't caught a huge sale since. this might just be a good enough replacement. i am not that picky with scents tho.

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    Default Re: ferragamo tuscan soul anyone else digging this?

    Resurrecting because I saw the ad for what looks like an "exclusive" collection by the brand (it seems post-Chanel, all brands now need to launch an exclusive collection) called Tuscan soul. I don't know the relation with the above plain tuscan soul.

    Anyway, one is Viola odorosa (violet), advertised as the flower of tuscany (wasn't it supposed to be iris). Convivio, which means banquet (a gourmand?). Vendemmia (I wonder if this one is really going to smell like wine), and Bianco di Carrara (white marble. Marble not having a smell, I imagine this will be instead an overexposed white floral, or a plain white musk).

    Has anybody tried these?

    cacio

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