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Thanks, sure - go with a citrus, clean, sharp and well-put together vibe kinda scent. Something like Versace pour homme, Channel allure homme sport, Terre d'hermes eau tres fresh or Vince Camuto homme.
Solid list, Max.
Current work dumb reaches: YSL L’Homme, Egoiste Platinum, The One EDP, and
GIT. They all seem to work whether I’m traveling, meeting with clients, or collaborating in the office with my team.
Max why do you think Tom Ford for Men is never mentioned in these type work related fragance videos by the FragCom? It is my #1 office work fragrance. It's "office setting perfection" in my humble opinion. What's your take on it?
I shared on Facebook. I hope that still counts... But my go to is Versace pour homme. Major compliments. Versitile. Super work friendly!. My other is dolce and gabana light blue intense. Amazing during the summer at work. Trust me
My work scents dior homme cologne, blu de chane,l mancera cedrat boise, mugler cologne, tom Ford grey vetiver, ag profumo dior homme edt, chanel edition Blanche, git, mont blanc individual
Great list bro
Great list Max. Personally I feel a bit self-conscious wearing AdG Profumo to the office- a better evening scent imo. I hear you on TF Grey Vetiver! DSquared's Rocky Mountain Wood works particularly well in stuffy air-conditioned offices.
I bought Bois De Vetiver after you introduced it on your channel. It is very nice and clean. I wear that, Terre D'Hermes and Cedrat boise to work regularly. Prada L'Homme is one of my favorite Designers. Thanks Max!
Great list Max! My Go-To work fragrances are Prada L’Homme, Versace Pour Homme, D & G The One, Thierry Mugler cologne, and ADG Profumo. Stay blessed! https://twitter.com/vincentredwolf/status/1059438842510434304?s=21
What's some advice for people that work in a scent free or scent sensitive environment. I'm a physiotherapist/massage therapist in Canada. I want to wear something because we are in close quarters and contact. For the same reason I cant have anything offensive. What are some suggestions on wearing something subtle.
Current 4 rotation: Dylan Blue, Acqua Di Gio Profumo, Bleu de Chanel EDP, & Pasha De Cartier Edition Noire.
Can't do Prada L'HOMME. I smell like dryer sheets. I have a decant of grey vetiver I mix in too.
Great list, Max!
+Josh Peters performance & sillage ranks lowest for Dylan Blue on me from my list, though I get decent longevity, and the per month cost is the cheapest.
Also like having a rotation, as the greatness of a fragrance can be seen after wearing a solid performer. Skin, environment, and application are main factors in choice, and selection. This would speak to Max's motto of, "...how you play."
Great list Max. Here is what I wear for work in each season:
Summer day, Terre d'heremes eau tres fraiche.
Evening, Acqua di parma colonia essenza.
Fall day, Acqua di parma ginepro di sardegna.
Evening, Dior homme edt.
Spring day, Dunhill icon.
Evening, Davidoff cool water.
Winter day, Bentley intense.
Evening, Parfumes de marly godolphin.
Awesome video Max!! Very useful and great suggestions. The only thing I don't agree with you is the ressemblance between Dunhill Icon and Lagarfeld Bois de vétiver : I have both and they are different. Icon is more on the Neroli side and also closer to Terre d'Hermès. Bois de Vétiver is quite unique and also has a wonderful grapefruit vibe plus the vétiver dominent note of course.
My top 5:
1. Acqua Di Gio Profumo.
2. Tom Ford For Men.
3. Dior Homme.
4. Dsquared Rocky Mountain Wood.
5. Chanel Egoiste Platinum.
Maybe some of them not so clean, but these 5 makes me feel professional.
Blind bought Prada L’homme. Best decision I’ve ever made, perfect for the work environment! I’m beginning to think I like the iris scents, so I’m actually think about getting Dior Eau for men. My question is, would it be redundant to own it since they smell similar?
I don't know how big your collection is but I'd say the Prada covers same territory as the Dior. If you have a smaller collection I'd branch out and circle back to the Dior Eau later.
BTW, I love them both but only went FB for Prada L'Homme Intense, but I may pickup the Dior Eau sometime later.
Great video! I've been wearing Bois de Vétiver a lot lately, I went ahead and bought it after seeing your review along with Ash's. I just love it, nothing crazy but it just makes you feel clean with a touch of citrus and sweetness.
P.S. Prada L'homme is my favorite when it comes to clean/soapy fragrances. Will forever keep a bottle
Prada L'Homme really does fit the best work scent for me. I work in an engineering office and wear many scents even if they aren't always exactly work scents. Some that come to mind from a glance are Boss Bottled OUD, MFK Amyris Homme, Bvlgari Aqva Amara, Chanel Allure Homme, PDE Layton, Prada LR Black and many from DUA.
Great video Max!! My list is Prada amber pour homme, Tom Ford oud wood, Giorgio Armani Emporio, Prada Luna rossa, and Vince camuto pour homme. Most of the time I wanted something nice yet didn’t push a big scent bubble. God bless you, Paula , and the family
Hey Max, I already ordered the Bois de vetiver, it was 22 bucks on Google Express, from fragrancenet and free shipping, I've been wanting to try that one for a while now.
I don't have a to go scent to work, I usually just wear wherever I fell like lol
But count me in for the giveaway 👍
Hey Marvelous, as a native of the ATL I hate to hear that. The weather makes it tough, as well. I got into perfume right before I left GA for SoCal so maybe I missed the attitude you're getting. Anyway, good luck with the move if you do come to SoCal ... and prepare to be perpetually broke (but the weather *is* glorious). /Acey
My go-to is also Grey Vetiver.
Terre De Hermes is my other go-to.
Bourbon by Bath and Body Works gets some wearing.
Rive Gauche when I was in a tie, and had to be clean and well-presented. Sadly, I just ran out of my tin.
Cedrat Boise was a recent purchase that will be used often.
great list, i was expecting Grey Vetiver for sure and Prada L'homme but you had some others on there that I really liked and tbh I'm actually going to blind buy Bois de Vetiver cause it's only 22 bucks!
Now here's something that I've run into with Prada L'homme, I blind bought White Musk for Men and it smells really really really close to Prada L'homme and only costs 20 bucks so my question is why isn't anyone in the Fragrance community talking about that particular fragrance? I don't think it's trying to be a Clone but Prada is quickly rivaling Chanel for top Designer brand (imo anyways), I won't say White Musk is 100% exactly like L'homme because (White Musk) it doesn't list Iris as a Note and Prada is slightly sharper in a good way, White musk seems more dull but still nice.
What do you think are some alternatives (Cheaper and also more Expensive) to some of these popular frags? Like if I thought Grey Vetiver was good you might recommend Bois de Vetiver as a cheaper alternative but would you recommend Chanel's Sycamore as a more expensive Vetiver scent? Just as a example, I used there because I have 2 of those 3, I would love to see something like a popular Frag and also their inexpensive counterpart BUT also their big brother aka their more expensive / more luxuries counterpart!
I only have about 30-35 frags and I noticed i'm becoming way way more picky about what I'm putting into my collection now since i only wear maybe 10 of them consistently. I know youtubers need to get to the point fast but idk I like hearing in depth points of differences and when / why you would wear a scent especially if i may blind buy it (generally i only blind buy things that are very safe)
TY for this list though, I love Work/Office Scents! You'd be surprised how few Fragrance Youtubers put these lists out, they put out top 10 bullshit all day but rarely are those really appropriate for work!
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