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I love vetiver of different sorts on him. I’m actually kind of proud of the fact that I got him to try one for the first time, because I had an inkling it would work on his skin. Now they’re his favourite sort of fragrance.

Slightly off topic: Actually I hate men bathed in scent. It’s a total turn off. Would rather they smelled like a bit of man sweat as usually one tends to be attracted to the smell of their mate. A hint of cologne is nice on occassion..Intimately Beckham. Tacky, but manly yes.

Oh god, I know. I can’t get enough of Husband’s B.O. I hope there is science behind it to explain my weird thing for man sweat.

victor and rolf spicebomb! i LOVE that scent, its actually something that on a lazy day around the house i would wear myself since i feel its very unisex.

I love the smell of Yves Saint Laurent L’Homme. It has some of the same notes I love in a perfume-bergamot, violet leaves & Tonka bean. I’d buy it for my husband if he would only wear fragrance!

I’ve only ever seen my gentleman wear two scents, RSVP by Kenneth Cole and Gucci Guilty, and I love them both on him. The best scent is fresh-out-of-the-shower, though. <3

I’m rather keen on Tom Ford scents on him. Noir and Grey Vetiver. Noir never turns out as powdery on him as it seems it can get on some others and Grey Vetiver is rather classic. Quite nice for someone I still refer to as The Gentleman!

Drakkar Noir and this really nice one from Lacoste that I can’t remember the name of at the moment. (: Some Axe scents are good as long as I can only smell it when I like give them a hug or something. =P

By Kilian Cruel Intentions, hands down. As far as more affordable scents I also like Bleu de Chanel. Odd to call Chanel the more affordable option, but the Kilian is upwards of $200 a bottle.

He smells good in Serge Lutens. I prefer him in Gris Clair but he loves to wear Fumerie Turque (and there’s something about him being engaged in the process that’s alluring.)

I love Guerlain’s Vetiver on either a man or a woman.

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