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ARMANI Eau Pour Homme Eau de Toilette 100 Ml

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When I got home I discovered it, gave it a try and instantly wished I had bought it instead of Monogram. It is pretty light wearing (I find a sturdier vetiver base in the current Eau Sauvage), and seems to fade to a fairly low volume by hour 4 or 5, but that is somewhat the nature of the beast; it certainly still fits the bill of delivering an authentic eau de cologne vibe with a bit more legs than typical exemplars of that fabled genre usually provide. e. the basil however in the opening there is citrus and a sharp lemon note which makes this very bright and fresh. Armani Eau Pour Homme alongside Versace L'Homme and the previous year's Yves Saint Laurent Pour Homme Haute Concentration (1983), would be a vanguard for a final generation of designer citrus chypres for men, being followed by Penhaligon's Douro Eau de Portugal/Lords (1985), Gianfranco Ferré for Man (1986), and R de Capucci by Roberto Capucci (1986) until the genre was subverted with semi-oriental tones before disappearing altogether into the 90's. I wish Armani never discontinued this cologne I would give this an 11/10 if I could, have not been able to find a replacement of something similar.

With its scent features, it is a suitable choice for any time of day and can be worn throughout the year, especially during social activities. Embrace the essence of Armani and elevate your fragrance game with this remarkable scent that embodies the spirit of success and accomplishment. I you would meet the person that you are interested in and would make a decent approach over a very expensive dinner, I think that you should try this. In fact, this whole composition takes me back to the 80s, when I was still young, and makes me think of old people.

The sleek and minimalist bottle design further enhances the overall aesthetic, reflecting the essence of Armani's impeccable taste and attention to detail. It doesn’t have any of the 80s urinal cake smell or really any dated notes typical of 80s masculine frags. As a complete aside, I remember an article in the London Times in the early 1990s in which Norman Lamont, then Chancellor of the Exchequer, claimed that he was addicted to Armani Eau Pour Homme. Well fast forward to the present day and I became aware of the new formulation which came out in 2013 I believe. Could be true, however, the fact it is more subtle makes it for me a perfect cologne, when I dress up or when I am around a lot of people up close - office, funeral, any gatherings when I want to smell nice without wanting to be a center of attention.

Suggested use is office or casual spring and summer outdoors, since something this bright and mild-mannered would take a beating and go invisible in the cold air, with wear time is adequate for an eau de toilette at about 7 hours max. While we strive to provide accurate and helpful information, we cannot guarantee the complete accuracy or reliability of the AI-generated pros and cons. The scent can be worn dressed up or down and would make a great office scent as well as a great vacation scent (i. The beginning is fresh, slightly green citrus, perhaps more aromatic, then an explosion of notes that characterize vintage, deep, emotionally charged perfumes.Not loud as many other powerhouses from the 1980's, but very refined and can be worn casually as well as dressed up. It's a little too citrusy and sought of sweet, but it's great overall, I mean I bought it twice so it can't be that bad. From what I can tell from memory, this one is more citric and fresh than the 1980s version, but that's the way most classic fragrances have gone.

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