ARMANI Eau Pour Homme Eau de Toilette 100 Ml
About this deal
Here we have a much fresher mediterranean twist on masculinity whose sparkling opening conjures up images of lemon groves and blue Italian skies. Guys 30-40ish can still wear something interesting and fun (hell, so can guys 55+, for that matter).
It can feel a bit muddy by modern standards - it was a transitional scent after all, and maybe not the finest of it's type. NOTE: As a seller, you are solely responsible for the legitimacy of the product, and its images and descriptions. While this and Eau Sauvage are quite similar - the much stronger, leafier basil and prominent clove in this really distinguish the two, making this a more rounded scent in the opening and mid. The lack of silver accents and the presence of the brown motley inhomogeneities match the slightly more organic character of Armani compared to the warmer but more impersonal Bulgari. I’ve been looking for a replacement signature nothing comes even close, no TF no Creed can scale these highs.
These days, I prefer Creed's Neroli Sauvage or (believe it or not) Ferrari's Red Power Ice has a similar classic Italian vibe. The similarities with Eau Sauvage are quite evident, though Armani pH is different enough to come across with its own personality, and not a mere copy. A classic and elegant man who provides tremendous importance to personal care, since for him not in the years pass, lover casual and modern fashion, but without stridency, and where is reflected the unmistakable Italian classicism. Perfect for day, it evokes the Italian heat, but is also classy enough for nighttime, though in an intimate low light setting like a dinner, I would opt for something smoother. It moved away from the stonking overblown 'fumes of the eighties, and replaced them with a hitherto obsolete style of citrus, mossy woods and musk.
a perfect scent for office wear I think, and most definitely I think for the summer or spring, or a warm climate. Eau Sauvage (lemon and basil), Blenheim Bouquet (lemon and spices), Chanel pour Monsieur (citrus), Bogart signature (citrus and leather), and Versace L'Homme (citrus and leathery woods) are much more compelling alternatives. It does smell like an older gentlemen, breaking out his hunting coats as the summer heat gives way to autumn winds. This "bad" smell I mention (every perfume has one) is simply our brain misinterpreting it, but it does happen. Roger Pellegrino was not without his tricks, and a bit of French influence creeps into the heart and base of Armani Eau Pour Homme, correlating it to classics like Dior Eau Sauvage (1966) or Monsieur de Givenchy (1959) every bit as much as the debut Capucci masculine.guys i have the older version and need to know the similarities or differences with this one, if it worths the purchase. In fact, of all the fragrances I have in my collection; some 150+, it’s the only one my wife (not the aforementioned girlfriend) ever comments on still, after 25 years.