New York and Japan.” An Article by Dusan Z
Another winner in this category is M7. Its dark, strawberry-tinged agarwood and vetiver turn me into a brooding, dark-eyed (mine are blue), mysterious leather-clad magnet (I don’t do leather). Or that model in the M7 ad. I mean, really, who looks like that?
For a fresher virile alternative, I would go with Armani Mania. Its mandarin-saffron-vetiver-scented juice is best suited for the Suits. You’ll have women swooning and sliding down your latest pin-striped charcoal Hugo Boss two-piece. Notice that I say I would go – I’m short and look ridiculous in suits and despite having long limbs, I always end up having to get my pants shortened. Aren’t you frustrated already? I sure am.
So, the scents I actually feel comfortable wearing are the ones that make me feel rather than look sexy – Bel Ami, Vetiver Tonka, Déclaration, L’Homme de Coeur, Fumerie Turque and Chanel Pour Monsieur. This list of select sexy scents should also include, according to popular opinion rather than mine, The Sexiest of Them All – Kouros. No, no, don’t shake your head at me, I don’t get it either, but women seem to go crazy over what is to me a distinct post-match male locker-room smell. Interestingly, in Serbian, my mother tongue, the word Kouros is disturbingly similar to the slang word for, you know, the thing in the naughty M7 ad…
If a woman wishes to make me go weak in the knees (I’ve managed the self-control for fear of being castrated by my girlfriend), she only needs to wear a few drops of Elegance and Distinct Femininity. A dab of Chanel no. 19 on the neck, hair sprayed with 5th Avenue or a trail of Eau des Merveilles are bound to send my pulse racing.