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    Default Layering Sauvage and TV?

    Iíve searched but couldnít find a thread that lists peopleís success at layering combinations. Does such a list exist?
    Anyway, I was on the fence and deciding whether or not to return Sauvage. So I layered Sauvage with Tobacco Vanille and I have to say, I may end up keeping it and wearing it like this. TV sort of gives it a spicy note which tones down the sickening note I was detecting. Has anyone tried this?

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    Default Re: Layering Sauvage and TV?

    I personally would just not wear anything that gives me a "sickening note"
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    Default Re: Layering Sauvage and TV?

    Quote Originally Posted by FragGk View Post
    I’ve searched but couldn’t find a thread that lists people’s success at layering combinations. Does such a list exist?
    It does but it's not in one place - there are several such threads for different fragrance combos but no definitive one thread for all layering. I could be wrong though.

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    Default Re: Layering Sauvage and TV?

    Layering Sauvage & TV Will give you a Johnny Depp commercial....

    Jk, honestly I don't see how you could layer Sauvage with anything. Its so strong, I consider it a standalone fragrance.

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    Who exactly are you attempting to kill with this prime example of chemical warfare?

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    Nice that it works for ya!

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    Default Re: Layering Sauvage and TV?

    Quote Originally Posted by FragGk View Post
    So I layered Sauvage with Tobacco Vanille and I have to say, I may end up keeping it and wearing it like this. TV sort of gives it a spicy note which tones down the sickening note I was detecting. Has anyone tried this?
    Hey, if it works for you, why not!
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    Default Re: Layering Sauvage and TV?

    Well this is an interesting combo, but if it works for you and doesn't disturb others around you, go for it. Two powerhouses at the same time, spray lightly!
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