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  • Liz Clairborne Curve for Men

    8 38.10%
  • Abercrombie & Fitch Fierce

    13 61.90%
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    Default Liz Clairborne Curve for men vs Abercrombie and Fitch Fierce

    I know they smell similarly, but which is better for you?
    Some say that Abercrombie is better, but do you think the upgrade is worth the extra money i paid for?

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    Default Re: Liz Clairborne Curve for men vs Abercrombie and Fitch Fierce

    I tried Fierce. To me, Fierce was good, but nothing special. I guess the same could be said about Curve, though Curve has a better price point. Whenever I go to the mall, especially by the young teenager stores, I do smell Fierce a lot. Both are common.

    To me, I'm not sure which I prefer. Both are good, just nothing more.

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    Default Re: Liz Clairborne Curve for men vs Abercrombie and Fitch Fierce

    I guess it may be common in your place, but in my place, it is way too rare to smell such cologne. Fierce is not available in our country unlike Curve.

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    Default Re: Liz Clairborne Curve for men vs Abercrombie and Fitch Fierce

    Both are enjoyable and safe. There is no winner.

    Get both?

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    Default Re: Liz Clairborne Curve for men vs Abercrombie and Fitch Fierce

    Fierce. If you already has Curve I see no reson for buying a fragrance you find similar.
    Try some others like Armani Mania, D&G The One Gentleman, A*Men, Fahrenheit, Arpege or Terre D'Hermes.

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    Default Re: Liz Clairborne Curve for men vs Abercrombie and Fitch Fierce

    Getting both is not a good choice for they have almost the same smell. I should have purchased another cologne instead of getting another one from the two.

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    I actually don't have one from the two. I'm still choosing between the two.

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    Default Re: Liz Clairborne Curve for men vs Abercrombie and Fitch Fierce

    To me, they are slightly similar, but disagree that they smell the same. I think they're different enough to own both if you enjoy them (I do and I do).

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    Default Re: Liz Clairborne Curve for men vs Abercrombie and Fitch Fierce

    Even if they were equal in pricing, I would still get curve.

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    Default Re: Liz Clairborne Curve for men vs Abercrombie and Fitch Fierce

    Quote Originally Posted by Baldini View Post
    To me, they are slightly similar, but disagree that they smell the same. I think they're different enough to own both if you enjoy them (I do and I do).
    So, which do you prefer between the two?

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    Default Re: Liz Clairborne Curve for men vs Abercrombie and Fitch Fierce

    Fierce is the clear winner...
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    Default Re: Liz Clairborne Curve for men vs Abercrombie and Fitch Fierce

    Quote Originally Posted by ironclaw79 View Post
    I know they smell similarly, but which is better for you?
    Some say that Abercrombie is better, but do you think the upgrade is worth the extra money i paid for?
    In the end, it all comes down to what YOU like. If you prefer Fierce, it was worth the upgrade. If you're just looking for compliments, it wasn't.

    I own Curve and get lots of compliments on it. I even had a woman who makes scents compliment me on how I smelled when I was wearing Curve (and I was sooooooo glad she didn't ask what I was wearing). It's crazy how something like Curve gets compliments. But when I wear a scent for ME, not for compliments, I pick one of my favorites. When I wear a scent for compliments (or really, I should say, when I wear a scent because I want to please others) such as on a first date, I know Curve gets the job done. Curve is cheap but gets compliments.

    If you like Fierce, it was worth it.
    If you don't, it wasn't.

    And, honestly, you can pick up a bottle of Curve for $15, so if you're not sure, why not own both?

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    Default Re: Liz Clairborne Curve for men vs Abercrombie and Fitch Fierce

    Curve for sure, it just smells better and more mature if you can believe it plus I hate a and f stores they reak of it so its forever ruined the scent for me.

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    Default Re: Liz Clairborne Curve for men vs Abercrombie and Fitch Fierce

    Quote Originally Posted by ironclaw79 View Post
    So, which do you prefer between the two?
    The real question is which do YOU prefer of the two? Trust your nose. It always knows

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    Default Re: Liz Clairborne Curve for men vs Abercrombie and Fitch Fierce

    Of the two I would pick Curve. To me it's not worth the outragious price just to have the A&F name, that's what you are paying for.

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    Default Re: Liz Clairborne Curve for men vs Abercrombie and Fitch Fierce

    Thank you everyone for the responses! They really helped me big time! Thanks
    I guess I'll be buying Curve - a better compliment getter and a better price without sacrificing its quality.

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    Default Re: Liz Clairborne Curve for men vs Abercrombie and Fitch Fierce

    A&F FiERCE

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    Default Re: Liz Clairborne Curve for men vs Abercrombie and Fitch Fierce

    ^ Your comment makes me think again.

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    Default Re: Liz Clairborne Curve for men vs Abercrombie and Fitch Fierce

    Both are compliment magnets. I prefer Curve. It's cheaper and smells better IMHO. Fierce does smell great, but I prefer not to smell like a walking Abercrombie store.
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    Default Re: Liz Clairborne Curve for men vs Abercrombie and Fitch Fierce

    ^ I guess i don't have a problem with that for we don't have Abercrombie stores in our country.

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    Default Re: Liz Clairborne Curve for men vs Abercrombie and Fitch Fierce

    Fierce smells better to me. I think it's better compliment getter. It's a bit similar than Chanel Bleu de Chanel.
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    I prefer platinum egost over fierce. Curve still smells different but it's in the same ball park.

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    Default Re: Liz Clairborne Curve for men vs Abercrombie and Fitch Fierce

    I can't decide well; people are equally divided on who prefers one over the other one.

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    Default Re: Liz Clairborne Curve for men vs Abercrombie and Fitch Fierce

    I can't read the word "Fierce" without hearing Rupaul's voice

    Go for the Curve (for no other reason than A&F is such a dickhead brand.)

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    Default Re: Liz Clairborne Curve for men vs Abercrombie and Fitch Fierce

    In terms of projection and longevity, which is better?

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    I have the money to buy them both, but i'm afraid my fragrances would expire; I have 6 kinds already.

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    Default Re: Liz Clairborne Curve for men vs Abercrombie and Fitch Fierce

    The A&F brand is slowly dimishing I think because they are having tons of sales on everything.

    That was never the case when I was in high school.

    Buy Fierce since it's not widely known in your country. The scent will attract tons of attention if that's what you're after.

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    Default Re: Liz Clairborne Curve for men vs Abercrombie and Fitch Fierce

    ^But Curve has more compliments as stated by some.

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    Default Re: Liz Clairborne Curve for men vs Abercrombie and Fitch Fierce

    Get the Fierce for Men by Abercrombie & Fitch, it will be unique in your country, as you stated, and it is a good scent with good sillage (your wake) and decent longevity.

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    Default Re: Liz Clairborne Curve for men vs Abercrombie and Fitch Fierce

    Which gets more compliments based on your experience?

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    Default Re: Liz Clairborne Curve for men vs Abercrombie and Fitch Fierce

    Quote Originally Posted by ironclaw79 View Post
    Which gets more compliments based on your experience?
    Fierce, I guess Curve was just too played out in high school to get the attention Fierce did.

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    Default Re: Liz Clairborne Curve for men vs Abercrombie and Fitch Fierce

    Quote Originally Posted by ironclaw79 View Post
    I can't decide well; people are equally divided on who prefers one over the other one.
    You're not going to get a definitive answer. Some here get tons of compliments on Curve. Others get tons of compliments on Fierce. Really, I don't think you can go wrong either way. It's not like one of these is a turn off for women.

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