Grandpa's : We want to shave like them. We don't want to smell like them ?
Haha! Looks like I read this wrong! I'm at work and trying to multitask. I've got a massive collection of old school colognes (it's scary) and I have a lot of experience with the affordable ones.Which poster are you addressing?
I'll take something old school for the record.
I understand, thanks! Guerlain vetiver is one I always meant to get around to. Never smelled it. Supposedly, Harrison Ford wore it.I wasn't asking for suggestions @sharpstar90 , only wondering if I'd missed a post or something ... but I may look into the Oscar de la Renta Pour Lui just for kicks. Nice assortment you've amassed there, sir!
On principle I will never use any PAA products, thanks.
I'm pretty much set for a while on my frags but I've been thinking about some Guerlain Vetiver, it's been so long I can't remember much about it.
Thanks for the info. That sounds nice! The earthy variety can get a little obnoxious. A case in point would be Encre Noire. But green vetiver sounds great, especially if it's embedded in an old school cologne framework.i didnt like guerlain vetiver at first, its a green vetiver vs a dark earthy one. and im not a big fan of coriander... but i like it now!!! its is affordable worth the blind buy
Very impressive collection you have. I spy some of my vintage drug-store favourites on the shelf, such as Canoe, British Sterling, High Karate and Jade East, but I could never get enough of Paul Sebastian...went through several bottles!...I've got a massive collection of old school colognes (it's scary) and I have a lot of experience with the affordable ones.