TOP 3 RETROSCENT FRAGRANCES
A NOSTALGIC LOOK AT OUR FAVOURITE FRAGRANCES OVER THE PAST FEW DECADES
In 2014 we're expecting a revival for all-time classic men’s colognes. We really like vintage scents and in this article we'll be exploring the top long-lasting signature fragrances that might be lost, but never completely forgotten.
Trusting your nose on these gems instead of buying overpriced commercial scents would be the best piece of advice we can provide you with.
Issey Miyake L'Eau d'Issey Pour Homme (1994) is a no ordinary day scent, which has been unfairly neglected up until very recently, when 'Sport' and 'Intense' editions came along; a perfectly balanced yin-yang combination of fresh yet warm woody scents with a slight citrus accompaniment.
Everything old is new again and Xeryus cologne by Givenchy (1986) proves just that. Xeryus was destined to be genuinely loved and cherished by generations of gentlemen. Classified as a sharp masculine scent, it possesses a powerful blend of wild fruit, greens, oriental amber and sandalwood.
Chanel Egoïste (1990) is a timeless fragrance that manifests itself in various different ways, revealing the essence of boosting sex appeal. Composed of Bulgarian rose, carnations, cinnamon and a captivating hint of vanilla, it represents honorable dignity and reflects maturity.
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