Good morning !. Millesime Imperial today.
SotD - Another day with Egoiste by Chanel. Smells so good!
Formerly known as Inselaffe
Guerlain Eau du Coq.
Sample of OS. Not that impressed after wearing MBI yesterday.
"We don't fail because we aim too high and miss, but because we aim too low and hit" - Les Brown
"When you're all alone, when no one is watching, and there's no one around to impress, that is who you are" - Greg Laurie
Viktor and Rolf Spicebomb. I went with a liberal 4 sprays since I have no meetings today.
Wearing a sample of...
Arso by Profumum
I have had this sample sitting on my sample pile, patiently waiting for me to wear it. It was, from reading everyone's comments since it was released, everything that I love about fragrances: Woody, sweet, smoky. And I am happy to report it completely meets my expectations. It's A-MAZING! Gosh, I'm so loving this. The smoky element in this is just so unique. You think 'How many different ways can a perfumer interpret smoke?'. Apparently, many ways. I remember when I was at the CB I Hate Perfume shop in Brooklyn, with BN member Kevin Guyer, we smelled all of his smoke absolutes...I think there was 6 or 7 of them. I loved ALL of them. The smoke note in Arso reminds me of one of them - for lack of a better description is smells like a marshmallow that you've roasted over the fire. That smell! Amazing, it just keeps peeking out around the pine needles, sap, resins. I'm totally enjoying this.
"All problems are illusions of the mind."
-- Eckhart Tolle
Axe Dark Temptation EDT
from a sample:
Tauer Incense extrême
Costume National Scent Intense
Tom Ford Grey Vetiver
One of my favorite most versatile vetiver fragrances.
From a decant.
Lalique - Equus
SotE - Le Labo Iris 39.
Montale Aoud Musk
Habanita by Molinard EDT
I'm not OLD...I'm VINTAGE!
Bulgari Pour Homme Extreme
Click to view my swap thread (L'Occitane and Tam Dao products going):
----- People laugh at me because I'm different.... I laugh at them because they're all the same -----
Guerlain - Iris Ganache
Sliver Aoud by Montale