I resolve to expand my fragrance collection because it's probably to small. Since it's possible that my parents generation is the last mortal generation I feel it's my duty to stock up for my infinite existence. The prices we pay now for masterpieces will be looked back on as the golden age of fragrance. The people that are shrinking their collection and depriving themselves of new purchases are making a huge mistake.
Good luck with that.
How far are people with their resolutions?
Hanae Mori HM
Tom Ford Extreme
Terre d'Hermes Parfum
John Varvatos Vintage
Gucci Pour Homme II
I went over my Jananuary's budget slightly and need to behave this month
I agree about appreciating what you have. With my humble 30 bottle collection this is more than enough for me. I'm sure as the months go by I may start getting rid of a bottle here, a bottle there. I'll dwindle my collection most likely and stick with what I wear most because having bottles around that you never use is just a waste and I'm not one to hold bottles around just because they look good in my collection. In a way, I think as someone goes further into their fragrance journey, cutting back on the bottles you have is a sign of progression since what you'll have left are the fragrances you most admire and wear without the clutter and distraction of everything else.
Last edited by Ronin; 6th February 2014 at 12:30 AM.
I have bought...NOTHING! So far, so good. Wait. I got a decant but I commited to that in 2013.
1. Epic Man by Amouage (26 wears)
2. Leather Oud by Christian Dior (25 wears)
3. M7 by Yves Saint Laurent (20 wears)
4. Oud Imperial (black) by Perris Monte Carlo (16 wears)
5. Russian Tea Ritual by Masque (16 wears)
6. Fate Man by Amouage (14 wears)
Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don't matter and those who matter don't mind.
Haven't bought any FBs
this year, but my decantshop.com addiction is alive and well. They've been having some kick b*** deals this month.
An investment in knowledge pays the best interest
- Benjamin Franklin
I have cut back on the number of bottles, but not the money I spend. Quality, not quantity is my 2014 mantra.
Personally didn't buy anything in 2014 yet...