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October 01, 2009



Thanks PR for a Guys post!! I've been looking for a cologne and your post could not have better timing for me! You sold me on the Irish Tweed...guess I'll be skipping lunches to pay for it. $250!!!!


I just got Irish Tweed and I LOVE it. Now if I can only get within sniffing distance of Megan Fox I might have a chance =)


If you like Green Irish Tweed, try the old school Coolwater by DAvidoff. coolwater is similar to GIT and cheaper.


GREAT article, by the way! I think scent is the most overlooked accessory to a person's wardrobe. The right smell (and right amount of it) can really enhance any man or woman's personal style. Science has shown that scent triggers memory...pick the right fragrance (keeping into account your personality and skin chemistry) to create your own scent signature that ppl can remember.


my top 5:
1) Terre D' Hermes (hermes)
2) Vetiver (Guerlain)
3) Eau d' Orange Verte (hermes)
4) Angel Men (thierry Mugler)--this is a gourmand scent so you will either hate it or love it
5) Coolwater (overdone in highschool but i like it better than green irish tweed)


Where are you guys???????????


I love Chanel Allure :)

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