عوضاً على ذلك انا ارى ان دافيدوف كوول ووتر اجمل منك بمراحل .. لن اضيع نقودي عندكم و انا اعلم ان حولي الكثير من الجميل لانفق مالي عليه .. Not had any comments about it like I've had with other fragrances, but I don't personally think of it as an attractive smell in the first place, it's just nice and fresh. Within the next 15-30 mins is when GIT starts to separate itself from all the copycats.This is a great spring day scent in my opinion, but obviously it is suited to more than that, as with all scents I chose my depending on if it's appropriate for the occasion Received my sample yesterday in the mail. I have never smelled creed on my skin but I do own Tres Nuit for two years now. Its very green, but has some floral undertones that mix Very well with each other.One of the most apparent scent to start off when I first sprayed it onto my skin were the grassy and green notes.The first sniff reminded me more of freshly cut grass, and as time passed by, a citrus and lemony note emerged from the fragrance on my skin.
However, as the dry-down starts, the lemon verbena freshness seems to change into something damper with an almost sour edge to it.
So after hearing so much hype on GIT, I tried it on skin for the first time yesterday. I just have to say that people have been praising Creed so much, even though none of their fragrances feel special.
Some don't last on the skin, others smell like an older gentleman (or a combination of the two, I'm looking at you Millesime Imperial). I have just been given a bottle of Maverick Aftershave that was gifted to my late grandfather in the 1970s or 80s by his son, my uncle, who lived and travelled abroad a lot. And I swear, it smells identical to Green Irish Tweed. It’s a beautiful ‘aftershave’ that lingers all day long.
While GIT did have a more natural smell and feel than Cool water -- and smelt quite nice.
The extremely close similarity in smell can make a person feel like an idiot to pay Greed prices, rather than just getting Cool Water or the like, and smell equally as nice.