Who picked the cologne

Discussion in 'Fragrance' started by scribble, Mar 9, 2019.

    I know it may sound odd but did you pick the scent you wear or was it picked by someone else say a SO?

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  1. I always pick.
  2. She picked my current. I'm picking a second
  3. Cooperative effort.
  4. I always pick, because I have excellent tastes.
  5. SWMBO will say if she likes it or not, but I always pick.
  6. I don't purchase anything she doesn't like - always test samples. What's the point of wearing cologne your significant other dislikes? That seems crazy to me. There are tons of cologne on the market - really not a problem to find a couple dozen you both like.
  7. emwolf

    emwolf Contributor

    I generally buy samples and find out which ones the wife and I agree on and then look at full size.
  8. Who am I kidding. My 6 year old daughter actually has the final say if it’s a keeper or not. Lol
  9. Were is a good place to get samples.

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  10. Bhugo

    Bhugo Contributor

    I pick. My wife has never said she didn’t like something I wear. She does occasionally say she likes a few on a regular basis, so I will usually wear them on date nights.
  11. Here's how my cologne selections over the years were made:
    1) Lagerfeld - me This was a long time ago.
    2) Georgio Red for Homme - Wife picked and I got more compliments on this one than any others. Sady discontinued'
    3) Davidoff Cool Water - Another wife selection Most of mine are Christmas gifts
    4) Polo Double Black - Another wife selection. She wanted ideas as to what to get me. I read some fragrance descriptions and selected a Burberry and Double Black. She liked Double Black. It smelled just like what I imagined from the description. I've liked everything she has selected over the years. What she likes smells good on me. She has never picked anything I didn't like.
    5) I got a sample of Stirling Sharp Dressed Man. She loves it so I'm going to get the real thing (GIT) via a decant from the bay, Mr. Twiggy.

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