What the hell is wrong with English scents?! Half of my fragrance wardrobe is English - they make the most refined, traditional, manly stuff out there!
Originally Posted by Paris
IMO, you should graduate up from Hollister and Curve around the time you graduate high school. "Safe", but WAY played out and won't make you stand out in the slightest...just "fit in".
Originally Posted by md86
This is the best piece of advice you've been given in this thread.
Originally Posted by Topgumby
If you're not into seeking out something unique, or even ordering online, Versace Eau Fraiche IS a pretty safe bet if you're simply trying to smell nice for a girl.
Originally Posted by jcm03c
Should fragrance only be worn for this purpose? Maybe I'm biased (as a collector), but I wear fragrances primarily for myself, and those people that take notice and furthermore enjoy them, I feel, have a better sense of my own character, style, preferences etc. (Rather than having tailored these traits to suit someone else's preferences) My point: What do YOU like?
Originally Posted by The Nid Hog
[url=http://www.basenotes.net/wardrobe/3738&t=mycollection&p=1&s=hn]Link to [B][COLOR="Green"]Basenotes[/COLOR][/B] fragrance wardrobe[/url]
[COLOR="DimGray"]Lately I've been wearing:[/COLOR]
[COLOR="gray"]Arcus, Blenheim Bouquet, Burberry London, Chergui, Domenico Caracini, Endymion, C&S No. 88, Original Santal, Racquets Formula, Reflection[/COLOR]