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Old 28th October 2009, 21:45   #226
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@Nikhil - I just bought - 'Issey Miyake' on a friends suggestion.
Really liked it so you can also check it out.
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Old 28th October 2009, 22:54   #227
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Cologne:
Bvlgari Aqua for Men - love the bottle (and the scent, obviously!)
Davidoff Coolwater - light and nice. Stays on for quite some time.
Nautica Voyage - my current favorite. Blows the Bvlgari and Davidoff out of the water for sheer pleasure.

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Armani Code - the best there is. Brilliant lingering smell. My party signature scent.
Boss Orange - my daily scent.
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Old 29th October 2009, 03:20   #228
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@chavelle : going by the ones you already own, i beleive you will like

2. Armani Code

4. Attitude by Armani
lemme know if you like any or will suggest you some other ones..
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Guys, I am looking forward to buy a couple of new fragrances. any suggestions for the same?

here is what i have used till now.

GIO by giorgio armani (All time fav)
Davidoff Coolwater
Ferrari Red
Lacoste Pour Home

'Pour' your views in
added to the collection. ARMANI CODE.

Thanks sucka for suggestion. appreciate it.
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Old 31st October 2009, 21:27   #229
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added to the collection. ARMANI CODE.

Thanks sucka for suggestion. appreciate it.
You are most welcome Buddy . Armani Code for sure has a very nice and lasting fragrance .glad you liked it . when are you planning to buy another one . am ready with the list
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I am addicted to either CK and FERRARI recently I had gone to Hong Kong an brought 4 of each fron duty free at Hong Kong Airport
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Old 31st October 2009, 22:49   #231
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You are most welcome Buddy . Armani Code for sure has a very nice and lasting fragrance .glad you liked it . when are you planning to buy another one . am ready with the list
Yes, the fragrance is really good. I am loving it.

Another one is coming soon. Most by probably at the end of November. So be prepared by then. You can always write your suggestion, i will save them to refer later.

I almost bought Ferrari's perfume as it also had a Ferrari Enzo scale model assembly kit. But my fiance liked Armani code better, so it was picked up. her reason, she liked its fragrance more than ferrari, scale model kit can wait for later

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Never got down to really liking Dunhill desire blue though I hear good things about it.

Maybe it's just me.
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Old 31st October 2009, 23:43   #233
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Absolutely none, ever.

I don't even like strong-scented soaps, although the Palmolive honey-and-somthing shower creme I use has a vaguely honey-ish smell.

For better or worse, I smell of me!
Atleast there is one other real man in the forum :-)
A real man should smell of himself & whatever animal he shot that day for food & not of some highly overpriced perfume.
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My cologne is Tabac
Actually so are my after shave & hair cream. I am now down to my emergency reserves on the EDT & AS and squeezed the hair cream tube dry a few months ago. If anyone knows where can I get these kindly advise your help will be highly appreciated.
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Got a gift! Dunhill Desire (Red), how good is it? How long fragrance lasts?
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Dunhill is decent, if you like it stick to it, but if you are looking for really awesome colognes, look at Hugo Boss , Armani or Davidoff.


Infact i belive the starting point of most cologne collections could the classics from these stables from which you can't go wrong -

1. Boss By Hugo Boss
2. Aqua Di gio - Armani
3. Coolwaters - Davidoff
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Thanks redeff, I already have following in my collection

1) Acqua Di Gio - Armani
2) A*Men :-) - Thierry Mugler
3) Essential - Lacoste
4) Attitude - Armani

When I tried I felt Dunhill is too strong, anyway I will use it!!
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@Nikhil - I just bought - 'Issey Miyake' on a friends suggestion.
Really liked it so you can also check it out.

@ Harry, thanks brother, but I want to know which one from Issey Miake? Ill definitely try that.
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GIO by giorgio armani (All time fav)
Davidoff Coolwater
Ferrari Red
Lacoste Pour Home
Corvette Black
Armani Code

Just added to above collection

Giorgio Armani Gift Set. Presented by my gf. am lovin it
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Hehe! I never put so much thought into it.

Just steal whatever I can get my hands on from my cousins.

I did like the Davidoff-Cool Waters and a Nautica for men (2001).

Currently using a C.O Bigelow Barber.

I rarely use them though. Too much of a bother and I don't stink.
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