Originally Posted by Audio-Fi
Jesus. I hate any fragrance from Hollister, Abercrombie & Fitch, American Eagle, and Aeropostale. Too many people wear it it's not even attractive anymore.
Agreed... Especially when you can smell it coming from twenty feet away, like they've bathed in it.
Most current department store and especially mall fragrances like those rip off older classic fragrances. For example, check out Drakkar Noir for a "black" cologne from 1982.
Reminds me... One mall scent worth sampling is Burberry for Men
(not Burberry London). It has the classic Burberry vanilla/tonka bean base with a ton of interesting fruits, woods, and flowers layered on top.
It's one of the only popular scents that sticks out in my mind as being somewhat unique. Sort of like Joop!
(smells a bit like cleaning supplies) or Fahrenheit
Originally Posted by milkpowder
Flowers and citrus. I don't really like musk or woody smells, at least not when I smell of it
Now that I think about it, maybe Lorenzo Villoresi's Dilmun