Sale! Dior Homme by Christian Dior 3.4 oz EDT Cologne for Men New In Box
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- MPN: 141169, DOMMTS34
- Type: Eau de Toilette
- Volume: 3.4 oz
- Packaging: Retail Box
- UPC: 3348900662636
This is such a new smell i originally bought this in Nordstrom, and i have not yet heard anything bad. it is a little expensive but a little really does go a long way. the whole bottle is mainly comprise of it's fragrant oil. probably why it lasts long. most fragrant is mainly alcohol base that's why it dissipates, and doesn't last long. im extremely picky with my cologne. if you like Ck1, Aqua Di Gio by armani, Chrome by Azzari, these are the most sold than your gonna love Sauvage.
This was a blind buy for me, but I'm sure glad I bought it. Eau Sauvage is known as a classic, and maybe "the" classic; it's been around for half a century! It opens a little harsh in my opinion (bright, strong lemon-dominated citrus) but in 5-10 minutes that evolves to pleasant mid-notes. It's really after the dry-down (30 to 60 minutes) that this cologne shines - the scent gets complex, subtle, and sophisticated. One thing that's super-cool about this cologne is its flexibility. It can be worn in any season or any environment, though it's probably best for spring/summer. It isn't a youthful "clubbing" scent - it's really more of a traditional, adult scent. It can easily be worn for casual, non-work scenarios and won't offend anyone - honestly, nobody dislikes the scent of Eau Sauvage, as far as I can tell. It's worth noting that the price is very reasonable -- a third the price of a bottle of Creed and not noticeably less sophisticated or lower quality. I do own 4 Creeds, for comparison purposes. I think this is a good choice for people who don't like to chase trends and want a cologne on the shelf that is solid, traditional, and time-tested. Not that it's boring and old, more that it's kind of universal in appeal and outside the realm of trend-chasing.
My go-to everyday scent. This is a refined/classy fragrance and is definitely easy to wear. It is an EDT so performance is ok. Definitely not overpowering. This was my second purchase of this particular fragrance. I heard that the 2020 reformulation with the new branding goes in a completely different direction than the original Dior Homme, in terms of the actual scent, so this is something to be aware of. I checked the batch number and it turns out the one I purchased is from May 2017 and I find it is similar enough to the 2013 version I had previously.