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Perfume- looking for something with a Wood Sage and Seasalt vibe but with a bit of longevity

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SummersMahoosiveClipOnFringe Sat 04-Apr-20 21:00:53

Can anyone recommend some perfume that isn't fruity- sweet for summer?

Looking for something classic with a bit of longevity- not too in your face.

I like the Jo Malone one but it has no staying power.

Perfumes I like in autumn/winter include Mitsouko, Miss Dior Originale and Caleche- to give you an idea.

I am open to a unisex one as long as it isn't too musk heavy.

Thanks smile

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BestIsWest Sun 05-Apr-20 09:08:46

Issey Miyake L’eau d’Issey always makes me think of the sea.

Lottiebugz22 Sun 05-Apr-20 10:03:51

Inis xx

Puppylucky Sun 05-Apr-20 17:25:26

I really like reveal by Calvin Klein. It's a really nice salty woody fragrance that is hugely underrated and so is very cheap - result 👍

SummersMahoosiveClipOnFringe Sun 05-Apr-20 17:26:28

Perfect- thanks everyone smile

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Judystilldreamsofhorses Sun 05-Apr-20 22:38:19

More on the pricey side, but you might like Sel Marin by James Heeley. I don’t know if he will be shipping just now, but you can buy samples direct from him, or from Les Senteurs.

TheCanterburyWhales Sun 05-Apr-20 22:43:44

Perfume Parlour's version of the Jo Malone is loads more long lasting, because it's not 80% water (give or take) that a cologne is.
It's great.

notasgreenasiamcabbagelooking Sun 05-Apr-20 23:21:55

Miller Harris Fleurs de Sel might be worth a look. It lasts really well on me.

ArtieFufkinPolymerRecords Sun 05-Apr-20 23:38:24

I really like reveal by Calvin Klein. It's a really nice salty woody fragrance that is hugely underrated and so is very cheap - result

I always get told I smell nice when I use this. Savers do 100ml for about £25.

Deathraystare Mon 06-Apr-20 17:51:41

Perfumes I like in autumn/winter include Mitsouko, Miss Dior Originale and Caleche- to give you an idea. A woman after my own heart!

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