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    Default Different fragrance families for what sort of events/seasons?

    OK, so one of those questions where it's down to personal preference and hence has no right/wrong answer. But I am interested in people's perceptions.

    What sort of fragrance families or genres do you wear for what sort of occasions and/or seasons?

    I know most would probably respond "citrus in the summer", others may suggest "woody for winter". But we are Basenoters, so let's make this interesting!!

    As a small parenthesis to this, I read somewhere, I think it was on the back of a L'Occitane Vetyver box, that men in the South of France (Provence) wore Vetyver scents at weddings. Interesting as this may seem, I can't back this up from any other source, but this is the motivation behind this thread.

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    Default Re: Different fragrance families for what sort of events/seasons?

    In my case, all fragrance families or genres for all occasions and seasons.

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    Anyone else have any views in this?

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    Default Re: Different fragrance families for what sort of events/seasons?

    Quote Originally Posted by hednic View Post
    In my case, all fragrance families or genres for all occasions and seasons.
    Cha-ching.
    I doubt people are going around saying, "How terrible of him...wearing a night scent/winter scent during the day/summer"

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    Default Re: Different fragrance families for what sort of events/seasons?

    I "generally" wear what I feel in the moment without regard for season or occasion most occasions.
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