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    Viktor & Rolf - Spice Bomb
    Chanel - Platinum Egoiste
    Tom Ford Eu De Toilette

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    Marc Jacobs - Bang
    Tom Ford - Black Orchid (just bought this, been lusting over it a while)

    @Creed, the Tom Ford private blend is incredible, but I can't justify spending so much money on perfumes

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    Quote Originally Posted by K9MT View Post
    Marc Jacobs - Bang
    Tom Ford - Black Orchid (just bought this, been lusting over it a while)

    @Creed, the Tom Ford private blend is incredible, but I can't justify spending so much money on perfumes
    It's fairly pricey but it's a true eau de parfum and really does last (almost all day, but at least 6 hours) with 2 light mists. It's the first chypre fragrance I think I've ever smelled and it suits me well I think. I also have Creed Virgin Island Water, and whilst it smells so nice, it's just has to be an eau de toilette as the smell vanishes in 3 hours unless my girlfriend has her nose pressed flat against my neck! I've managed to make my creed last almost a year on 2 mists a day (75ml with at least 20ml left), so I think the Tom Ford will last pretty much the best part of 200 days or more! I try to view that as 80p a day and then the pain at the till point isn't so bad

    Annoyingly they have now discontinued Black Violet despite it apparently being the personal favourite of Tom Ford, so I also picked up a couple of 4ml roller applicators for about a tenner on eBay.

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    I tried the Tom Ford Tobacco vanille and loved it. Just couldn't afford it. Same with Irish Tweed. Like it but makes me think of spending the money on a pair of trainers or boots instead.

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    L'instant de guerlain extreme. Every time I get complimented I have to embarrass myself with the pronounciation.
    A*Men. Love it or hate it but lasts forever on my skin.
    Terre d'hermes. Should be worn with a suit but could be worn with a lumberjack shirt.
    Dior Homme Intense. My go-to fragrance with the best ever drydown. Just wish it lasted longer....

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    Clinique - Happy
    Emporio Armani - Homme EDT
    Jean Paul Gaultier - Le Male

    I think all three bought for me by my sister over the years. Love all three.

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    Lalique and Gucci

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    I'm wearing guess seductive homme blue

    The scent lasts longer than any other perfume I've tried.


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    Chanel - Platinum Egoiste
    Tom Ford - Black Orchid
    Tom Ford - Champaca Absolute

    Plus a few others. Egoiste is my go to fragrance at the moment and has been for a while.

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    Hermes - Terre D'Hermes (currently)
    Giorgo Armani - Aqua di Gio (summer)
    Tommy Hifiger - Tommy Hilfiger (all year)

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    V&R Spicebomb - still undecided. Very potent, 1-2 squirts is enough for me. 3 squirts had a bird in work moaning that it was too much haha
    Vera Wang for men - love it, spice, leather and tobacco
    Tom Ford for men - addictive
    Tom Ford Grey Vetiver - ultimate spring/summer scent? Has a weird effect on women, it seems to hold their attention (look for reviews by women and you'll see what I mean)
    Burberry London - went off it after years, just fancied a change

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