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    Default Fahreheit and Eau Savuage Parfum???

    Kinda taken interest in these two. Can you guys tell me about them. Whats the sillage and longevity like. What seasons are these best (they both seem versatile and can be worn all year...is this true??)

    Whats your take??

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    Default Re: Fahreheit and Eau Savuage Parfum???

    The sillage and longevity at least for me are excellent with the Eau de Sauvage Parfum.

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    @hednic thats good to hear. Is this an all season frag?

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    Default Re: Fahreheit and Eau Savuage Parfum???

    Fahrenheit is good on both sillage and longevity. A great smelling fragrance with what some consider a harsh opening. Definitely my favorite of the two. I think Fahrenheit is one of the best designer fragrances ever released.

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    Default Re: Fahreheit and Eau Savuage Parfum???

    Fahrenheit (vintage) is the *far* superior fragrance scent-wise and it has plenty of projection and longevity in its own right, but if performance is all you care about Eau Sauvage Parfum is an absolute beast. It also smells beastly bad, IMO.
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    Default Re: Fahreheit and Eau Savuage Parfum???

    I love Fahrenheit. It has very good longevity and sillage though as (taint it sweet) said some people find the opening harsh; I do not. It's a wonderful clean and everyday designer frag!
    I have no opinion on Eau Suavage Parfum because I haven't tried it, but I would imagine as it's a parfum it has good longevity and sillage.
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    Default Re: Fahreheit and Eau Savuage Parfum???

    Eau Savauge Parfum is very nice. I can't imagine you would have any complaints about sillage or longevity. It's primarily a fall/winter/spring fragrance IMO but could be worn in the summer with light application. I don't like Fahrenheit.

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