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    Cool Is Your Top 10 Your IDEAL Top Ten?

    What I mean is, think about your top 10 of fragrances that you actually own--what does it consist of?

    Then, imagine the perfect top 10, or your ideal top 10--is it the same?

    If not, what's holding you back? What's keeping you from having your ideal top 10?


    Is it price? Discontinuations and reformulations?

    Scarcity?

    Maybe a combination of all of these, or maybe something else altogether?

    I'm curious to hear about those of you who've achieved your ideal top 10 as well as those of you who haven't, and the various things that are holding you back or delaying the process.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buysblind View Post
    What I mean is, think about your top 10--what does it consist of?

    Then, imagine the perfect top 10, or your ideal top 10--is it the same?

    If not, what's holding you back? What's keeping you from having your ideal top 10?


    Is it money? Discontinuations and reformulations?

    Scarcity?

    Maybe a combination of all of these, or maybe something else altogether?

    I'm curious to hear about those of you who've achieved your ideal top 10 as well as those of you who haven't, and the various things that are holding you back or delaying the process.
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    1. Balenciaga Ho Hang Club
    2. Antaeus
    3. Givenchy Gentleman (1974)
    4. Chanel Pour Monsieur
    5. Egoiste
    6. Moschino Pour Homme
    7. Fahrenheit
    8. Habit Rouge
    9. Dior Homme
    10. Versace L'Homme

    Perfect or Ideal Top 10
    1. Guerlain Sous Le Vent
    2. Chanel Cuir de Russie original parfum
    3. Guerlain Vega
    4. Chanel No. 5 original parfum
    5. Miss Dior original parfum
    6. Balenciaga Ho Hang Club
    7. Antaeus
    8. Givenchy Gentleman
    9. Chanel Pour Monsieur
    10. Egoiste

    Those perfect old women's fragrances have eluded me. Whenever I've seen them, they're pricey.

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    Default Re: Is Your Top 10 Your IDEAL Top Ten?

    Quote Originally Posted by Buysblind View Post

    Then, imagine the perfect top 10, or your ideal top 10--is it the same?
    I can say with certainty that for me it is.
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    This would be both my ideal and top 10

    Creed Angelique Encens
    Creed Green Irish Tweed
    Creed Scent of Oger
    Creed Vintage Tabarome
    Chanel Egoiste
    Chanel Pour Monsieur
    Guerlain Sous Le Vent
    Guerlain Spiritueuse Double Vanille
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    For me, yes - they are the same. At least I think so.

    Creed Vetiver 48 - I would think (from what I have read and assume based on my familiarity with the house) that it would likely be a top 10... but I have never smelled it, so that is simply a guess.

    Serge Lutens - Encens et Lavande - I do not yet have a bottle of this one - just a sample. It is one of my goals for the year however. But I am not sure if this is a top 10 scent... Maybe a top 20.

    But everything I have smelled that is in my top 10 is in my collection.
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    1. House of Matriarch - Blackbird
    2. Brückner - Aoud 1
    3. Armani Privé - Oud Royal
    4. Stéphane Humbert Lucas 777 - Generation Man
    5. Creed - Royal Oud
    6. by Kilian - Straight to Heaven
    7. Stéphane Humbert Lucas 777 - Mortal Skin
    8. Creed - Royal English Leather
    9. Ormonde Jayne - Black Gold
    10. by Kilian - Cruel Intentions

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    No, my top 10 is in fact my bottom 10!
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    My ever changing top ten would most definitely have some things that would prevent me from ever completing it. Most recently I loved the Areej Le Dore Russian Musk, but would never in a million years pay $400 for a 50 ml bottle.
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    Even if a truly ideal top 10 would almost inevitably include discontinued, difficult to find fragrances as well, since it is an ideal rather than within the confines and limitations of very real fragrance budgeting, why should one not be allowed to dream/fantasise
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    Quote Originally Posted by dougczar View Post
    For me, yes - they are the same. At least I think so.


    But everything I have smelled that is in my top 10 is in my collection.
    This would be my response as well.

    I have everything that I have smelled that's in my top 10 in my collection/possession.


    There are a couple of houses that I've stayed away from though, due to price, that I supposed could have scents that might make it into my top 10, but I don't really know. I've never smelled anything from Roja Dove for example, or the Spirit of Dubai.

    And there are a few fragrances I haven't gotten around too that could possibly make it there, like the new Tom Ford fougere and Mefisto Gentiluomo.

    But everything that I've smelled that could be in my top 10 is there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by notspendingamillion View Post
    My ever changing top ten would most definitely have some things that would prevent me from ever completing it. Most recently I loved the Areej Le Dore Russian Musk, but would never in a million years pay $400 for a 50 ml bottle.

    Sticking by your name, I see!


    I don't know if you have a large collection, but if you think about it, would you consider selling off, say 5 to 7 bottles that are ranked somewhere in the 40's or 50's for you and taking the money to buy a bottle of Russian Musk?

    Is it better to have a handful of fragrances in the 40's and 50's, or just one that makes it inside the top ten? This is something I wonder about....and I think I'm moving toward the latter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bavard View Post
    Some Favorites
    1. Balenciaga Ho Hang Club
    2. Antaeus
    3. Givenchy Gentleman (1974)
    4. Chanel Pour Monsieur
    5. Egoiste
    6. Moschino Pour Homme
    7. Fahrenheit
    8. Habit Rouge
    9. Dior Homme
    10. Versace L'Homme

    Perfect or Ideal Top 10
    1. Guerlain Sous Le Vent
    2. Chanel Cuir de Russie original parfum
    3. Guerlain Vega
    4. Chanel No. 5 original parfum
    5. Miss Dior original parfum
    6. Balenciaga Ho Hang Club
    7. Antaeus
    8. Givenchy Gentleman
    9. Chanel Pour Monsieur
    10. Egoiste

    Those perfect old women's fragrances have eluded me. Whenever I've seen them, they're pricey.
    So it looks like there's 5 that escape your owned top 10?

    It's hard to plunk down the cash they're asking for some of those if you're not ready to. But if you plan to get them, and just refrain from several random, spur-of-the-moment purchases, you'll have already saved the money you need for them.

    Quote Originally Posted by hednic View Post
    I can say with certainty that for me it is.
    I wouldn't expect it any other way!

    Quote Originally Posted by N.CAL Fragrance Reviewer View Post
    This would be both my ideal and top 10

    Creed Angelique Encens
    Creed Green Irish Tweed
    Creed Scent of Oger
    Creed Vintage Tabarome
    Chanel Egoiste
    Chanel Pour Monsieur
    Guerlain Sous Le Vent
    Guerlain Spiritueuse Double Vanille
    Indult Tihota
    Xerjoff Irisss
    Interesting list. There's a couple rare ones in there, and a few I've never tried (like Indult Tihota).
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    Default Re: Is Your Top 10 Your IDEAL Top Ten?

    No my top 10 is not ideal top 10.
    There is no ideal top 10 for me.
    Maybe top 50 or 100.
    And yes scarcity, reformulation,FOMO is preventing me to reach there from where I am (300).
    And sometimes it is just hard to pass up on a good deal - like that Gucci Guilty Absolute for $25

    But from this year I am going to follow that Netto thread and stay at 0 .
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    My ideal top 10 if I could have anything without restriction would be.

    1. White Box Homage Attar Vintage

    2. Vintage Patou Pour Homme

    3. First and original 1981 release of King Kouros Edt

    4. King Fahad Blend Attar

    5. Eighties Lauder For Men

    6. Vintage Derby

    7. D R Harris Sandalwood

    8. Eucris Edp

    9. Creed Green Valley

    10. Vintage Armani Eau Por Homme
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    My Top Five

    1. Vintage Lauder For Men Cologne
    2. D.R. Harris Sandalwood (Aftershave)
    3. Cartier L ' Envol De Cartier EdP
    4. G F Trumper Eucris EdT & Edp
    5. Guerlain Vetiver
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Hunter View Post
    My ideal top 10 if I could have anything without restriction would be.

    1. White Box Homage Attar Vintage

    2. Vintage Patou Pour Homme

    3. First and original 1981 release of King Kouros Edt

    4. King Fahad Blend Attar

    5. Eighties Lauder For Men

    6. Vintage Derby

    7. D R Harris Sandalwood

    8. Eucris Edp

    9. Creed Green Valley

    10. Vintage Armani Eau Por Homme

    Do you own any of these?
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    Yes five of them.
    "There's No School Like The Old School."

    My Top Five

    1. Vintage Lauder For Men Cologne
    2. D.R. Harris Sandalwood (Aftershave)
    3. Cartier L ' Envol De Cartier EdP
    4. G F Trumper Eucris EdT & Edp
    5. Guerlain Vetiver
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    define "ideal"

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    What's up BBQ? I would have to say reformulations and discontinuations are the reasons for me .
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    I'm completely happy with everything in my wardrobe here on BN (I own a bunch more but my wardrobe is just my current rotation). Each fragrance there has made it into my top 10 at some point.

    That being said, I wouldn't mind bottles of Sycomore EdT or vintage Sous Le Vent. Those are the big ones that I've had trouble finding.

    Really can't complain though, I'm really blessed to have had enough time and money to find everything in my wardrobe. I've spent years sniffing and collecting, and in the end, I probably own way more masterpieces than I really need.

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    Pretty close, at least. My top10 is more or less like this:

    Chanel Sycomore EdT
    Eau d'Hermes (70's vintage)
    Lorenzo Villoresi Uomo
    Chanel Egoïste (early 90's)
    Yohji Homme (vintage)
    C&S No. 88 (vintage)
    Dior Leather Oud
    Chanel 31 Rue Cambon EdT
    Unum LAVS (first version)
    Frederic Malle Geranium Pour Monsieur (pre Lauder)

    Looking at the list, I have at least 200 ml of all of these, except Geranium Pour Monsieur, which I only own one bottle of. At the moment cannot think of anything I am missing.
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    My actual top 10 would consist of scents impossible to create as fragrances, deeply personal and other people would probably not find them meaningful or likable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by slickadam View Post
    define "ideal"
    Well, there's a top 10 of fragrances that you own, and then an "ideal" top 10--the top 10 that would include stuff you like/desire most. Some people, like hednic based on his response above, own their entire ideal top 10. There's nothing out there that he hasn't bought or can't buy that would make it into his top 10. Other people, like Bavard, for instance, own 5 of fragrances in their ideal top 10, but has yet to own/possess the other 5 due to price and scarcity.

    It's a simple concept. For example I have a top 10 of fragrances that I own, but the other day I sampled Tom Ford Fougere d'Argent. I don't own it yet, but it's my ideal top 10. If I were to buy it it would replace something in my currently owned top 10.
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    My ideal top 10 is the same as my actual one:

    10. Van Cleef & Arpels pour Homme
    9. Boucheron Jaipur Homme
    8. Lalique Encre Noire
    7. Versace L'Homme
    6. Chanel Antaeus
    5. Ted Lapidus Lapidus Pour Homme
    4. Joop! Homme
    3. Caron Le 3' Homme de Caron
    2. Hermès 24 Faubourg
    1. Frederic Malle Portrait of a Lady
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    Outstanding idea for thread. I recently did some some soul searching along these lines when I realized how many scents I'd been buying that I like, but don't feel that strongly about. Even when purchasing after extensive sampling, I found myself tempted to pounce on "second tier" opportunities based on things like perceived scarcity, finding a particularly good deal, etc.

    And then I started thinking...why am I doing this while I'm nursing and guarding a decant of, to name a recent example, vintage Chanel Pour Monsieur? Why am I waffling and not just biting the bullet and buying a bottle of that, since I clearly love it? And so I did, a nice 8oz jug of it so I don't have to worry about it again.

    Bottom line is I thought I was being prudent by reducing blind buys, but I still wasn't prioritizing my purchases effectively. Buy what you actually love and don’t regret it!

    ANYWAY, yes, I think at this point my owned top 10 is pretty close my actual top 10:

    All vintage:
    Chanel Pour Monsieur
    Eau Sauvage
    Kouros
    Antaeus
    Versace L'Homme
    Eau d'Hermes
    Habit Rouge
    Yatagan
    Givenchy Gentleman
    Paco Rabanne Pour Homme

    I now own all of these except Habit Rouge, which will likely change soon enough. And there are another 10 after that I absolutely would not want to be without, most of which I own. That list starts to branch out from vintage.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buysblind View Post
    Sticking by your name, I see!


    I don't know if you have a large collection, but if you think about it, would you consider selling off, say 5 to 7 bottles that are ranked somewhere in the 40's or 50's for you and taking the money to buy a bottle of Russian Musk?

    Is it better to have a handful of fragrances in the 40's and 50's, or just one that makes it inside the top ten? This is something I wonder about....and I think I'm moving toward the latter.
    I don't have that many. But, I'm finding that my upper limits are malleable. If I was certain it would stay one of my top ten for years I be more apt to pull the trigger. But I don't know I could ever reconcile that price.
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    Interesting exercise. Here’s my ideal top 10 TODAY:

    Guerlain Mitsouko (extrait)
    Guerlain Sous Le Vent
    Guerlain Spiritueuse Double Vanille
    Chanel Cuir de Russie (extrait)
    Domenico Caraceni 1913
    Odori Cuoio
    La Via del Profumo Holy Water
    Loewe Esencia
    Ralph Lauren Polo (vtg)
    Cartier L’Heures IV Fougeuse

    Currently missing half of them. But since the list isn’t exactly ‘carved in stone’ I feel little compulsion to complete them.

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    My top ten changes frequently, but I feel like I have everything I truly love.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LiveJazz View Post
    Outstanding idea for thread. I recently did some some soul searching along these lines when I realized how many scents I'd been buying that I like, but don't feel that strongly about. Even when purchasing after extensive sampling, I found myself tempted to pounce on "second tier" opportunities based on things like perceived scarcity, finding a particularly good deal, etc.

    And then I started thinking...why am I doing this while I'm nursing and guarding a decant of, to name a recent example, vintage Chanel Pour Monsieur? Why am I waffling and not just biting the bullet and buying a bottle of that, since I clearly love it? And so I did, a nice 8oz jug of it so I don't have to worry about it again.

    Bottom line is I thought I was being prudent by reducing blind buys, but I still wasn't prioritizing my purchases effectively. Buy what you actually love and don’t regret it!

    ANYWAY, yes, I think at this point my owned top 10 is pretty close my actual top 10:

    All vintage:
    Chanel Pour Monsieur
    Eau Sauvage
    Kouros
    Antaeus
    Versace L'Homme
    Eau d'Hermes
    Habit Rouge
    Yatagan
    Givenchy Gentleman
    Paco Rabanne Pour Homme

    I now own all of these except Habit Rouge, which will likely change soon enough. And there are another 10 after that I absolutely would not want to be without, most of which I own. That list starts to branch out from vintage.
    That's a great looking group of vintage scents. Very nice!

    I hear you about "prioritizing." In the past (and still) I've made so many spur of the moment purchases or blind buys, or just stuff that I might really like, but nothing that reaches into my top 10 or even 25. And all the while, there are one or two fragrances I really really want that I know would be immediate top 10's but maybe they're a little expensive or rare, and for whatever reason I continuously put off buying them. But if I just refrained from a few haphazard purchases I'd be able to get these other, more coveted fragrances easily. All it take is a little prioritizing!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buysblind View Post

    Is it better to have a handful of fragrances in the 40's and 50's, or just one that makes it inside the top ten? This is something I wonder about....and I think I'm moving toward the latter.
    I'm with you on this. I find the latter to be the way to go these days.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buysblind View Post
    I hear you about "prioritizing." In the past (and still) I've made so many spur of the moment purchases or blind buys, or just stuff that I might really like, but nothing that reaches into my top 10 or even 25. And all the while, there are one or two fragrances I really really want that I know would be immediate top 10's but maybe they're a little expensive or rare, and for whatever reason I continuously put off buying them. But if I just refrained from a few haphazard purchases I'd be able to get these other, more coveted fragrances easily. All it take is a little prioritizing!
    Great way of saying it.

    Another mindset I've found can make prioritizing a challenge is genre-itis, e.g., "I know this particular scent won't be a to be a top contender in my collection, and I have lots of cyphres, but I don't have a lime and rosemary cyphre!"

    At some point you just have to decide that you don't need the lime and rosemary cyphre, or you can just have a mini and be OK.
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    Default Re: Is Your Top 10 Your IDEAL Top Ten?

    My top 10 of any kind is always changing so only my top 3 stay the same: Azzaro Pour Homme (1978), Avon Black Suede (1980), Eau Sauvage (1966). My wears only reflect one of those, but half of them recorded are the aftershave.

    Scarcity effects my opinion of a scent as much as smell, because I take ownership/potential ownership into account, so anything so rare and discontinued that I feel anxiety naming for fear of sharks basing their next "investment" off my opinion (or others) would never make a top anything no matter how good it smells. Being able to reach for a scent is part of its enjoyment to me, and realizing something you really like will mostly remain a museum piece, however cool from a collector's perspective, reduces points from a practical hobbyist point of view.

    This same argument could also be made of super high-end niche that I land upon bottles of at crazy low prices, like my Aventus and Jubilation XXV. I know I'll likely never see that again (especially if it was a BN sale), so they'll sit pretty and get used for special occasions, but never be top anything.
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