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    Question Hot weather class

    What would work well in business formal, or a black tie evening (one such event this summer), on a day probably around 95F/35C, evening at 85F/29C, and humidity of at least 70%? Longevity greater than 6 hours preferred, projection not a major factor, but please exclude skin scents. Yes, many hours are spent in air conditioned rooms, but not all of them.

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    Millesime Imperial.

    It's great in warm weather, dresses up very well (although it also works in casual settings) and I get a good 7-8 hours out of it.

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    Tumultu by Les Liquides Imaginaires.
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    Sel Marin
    Guerlain Vetiver
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    L'aur D'u Desert Moracain by AT (all classses at any level of temp, works wonders)shall take you there and back and also Hermes un Jardin sur de Nil is literally a summer vibe with thee Greatest mango accord I've experience and boy this juice is like the energizer bunny ....keeps going and Going.....
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    "Thank GOD for the nose, for without it we would not be enjoying these beautiful created Scents" also Remember "Balance is everything and the key to appreciating "

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    No offense, but LDDM seems like it would be extremely cloying, especially with increased humidity and I typically don't have problems wearing "traditionally fall/winter" scents in the summer. I will +1 Hermes suggestion though

    Quote Originally Posted by magnus611 View Post
    L'aur D'u Desert Moracain
    My vote goes to Acqua di Parma Colonia Essenza.

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    +1 for Millesime Imperial

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