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    Has anyone else tried the fragrances from Slumberhouse?
    I received a sample pack of 8 fragrances today. I find these to be unwearable........maybe in a very cold nordic climate.

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    Default Re: Slumberhouse fragrances

    I find them quite wearable and also very good, generally.
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    Default Re: Slumberhouse fragrances

    Tried a few but was not impressed.

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    Norne is incredible, enjoyed it very much, excellent coniferous notes. Others are OK in various ways, haven't found anything dreadful yet.
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    I agree with Odysseusm, Norne is a fantastic coniferous fragrance full of nuances, i particularly appreciate also Vikt from the same brand (a sample of which my friend Alfarom sent to me). Unfortunately i haven't tested the other Slumberhouse's yet. Anybody could send my the samples of Jeke and the others? I have many samples to swap.

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    I find this house to be very creative and interesting. That said, the concept of what is wearable and what's not, is very subjective. I'm perfectly fine with most of their offerings with my personal standouts being Vikt, Norne and Ore. I'm recently trying ot get warm to Pear+Olive but there's a watery vibe going on thruoughout which I'm not very comfortable with...We'll see....


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    I find them all wearable, but I favor rather extreme scents as a rule. My favorites are Jeke, Norne, and Baque. One that is not anywhere near my favorite, but that I can't imagine anyone finding "unwearable," is Pear + Olive, which just smells like very nice shampoo to me.

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    I only own 2 of them, but Pear + Olive is amazing, truly one of my favorites. The other I own is Sova, but it's on it's way (maybe if I'm lucky it'll be here today.) I have a few samples coming along with it, so I'll try to update with my impressions of them, but I have a feeling they'll be strong, which I love.

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    Pear + Olive is great, very wearable, its a sour/sweet creamy pear, very nice

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