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    Default Candies for men by Liz Claiborne

    I'm feeling nostalgic today.

    Does anyone know where to purchase a 3.4oz with cap and orig. packaging for under $120??

    eBay has a bunch of testers without caps or gift sets which I'm not intrested in..

    Also, has anyone else worn this back in the day as their "ladykiller" scent? haha

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    Default Re: Candies for men by Liz Claiborne

    I haven't worn this. Have you checked all the online stores?
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    Default Re: Candies for men by Liz Claiborne

    Quote Originally Posted by 1280adam View Post
    I'm feeling nostalgic today.

    Does anyone know where to purchase a 3.4oz with cap and orig. packaging for under $120??

    eBay has a bunch of testers without caps or gift sets which I'm not intrested in..

    Also, has anyone else worn this back in the day as their "ladykiller" scent? haha
    I remember when you could get this for nothing.It was (and is)my wifes favorite scent.I have a few sprays left and also noticed how much this stuff goes for.

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    Default Re: Candies for men by Liz Claiborne

    Quote Originally Posted by 350TPI View Post
    I remember when you could get this for nothing.It was (and is)my wifes favorite scent.I have a few sprays left and also noticed how much this stuff goes for.
    I ALWAYS got compliments when I wore this my senior year of high school into my 1st year of college.

    I ended up just getting two 15ml bottles for $24 a piece on eBay.

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    Default Re: Candies for men by Liz Claiborne

    Was able to locate a mini: http://www.perfumedeals.com/liz-clai...ndies-863.html

    Maybe you can pick up a few of them.

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    Default Re: Candies for men by Liz Claiborne

    Quote Originally Posted by hednic View Post
    Was able to locate a mini: http://www.perfumedeals.com/liz-clai...ndies-863.html

    Maybe you can pick up a few of them.
    You da man!

    Thanks for taking time to help me track some down

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    Default Re: Candies for men by Liz Claiborne

    Not worth it imo. I have a .5 oz bottle I picked up about a year ago from Kmart for 6 bucks on sale. It was definitley old stock, box was crushed up a bit. The opening is nice, reminiscent of Tim McGraw, but the dry down is pretty bad. Sometimes you get this alcohol smell in a fragrance's opening.. in Candie's it comes in the dry down. Very unbalanced. I too used to wear this back in the day. Now that my nose has "advanced", I see why this fragrance was discontinued..

    You'd be better off getting Tim McGraw, rather than go searching for this at a high price.
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    Default Re: Candies for men by Liz Claiborne

    I always liked it - but like Cologneist says "my nose has probably matured". There are a few of my old ladykillers that I wish were still on the market (Dunhill X-Centric) and just for the sake of nostalgia, I will probably pick them up.

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