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Dirty English For Men Fragrance By Juicy Couture Review

Thursday, 7th August, 2014

Dirty English By Juicy Couture Review

Dirty English was the first fragrance for men released by Juicy Couture back in 2008. It comes in a premium style glass bottle which is chunky and feels well made, as does the bottle top which has an embossed logo to the top, with the face of the bottle also sporting a juicy logo keeping with the English theme.

One word to describe this scent is masculine. It’s one of the most woody, manly, musky and masculine scents which I have ever tried, on par with the Gucci Pour Homme aftershave which I also have. The name dirty English does it justice because it does have that dirty, woody smell. If you’re looking to warm up an autumn or winter night, this could do the trick. It’s a real old school style fragrance, if it’s musk you’re after, this is a winner.

Best season to wear – Autumn/Winter
Scent type – Woody/Musky/Oud
Age Recommendation – 25+
Best Worn – Evening, Formal, Casual, Out With The Boys

Top Notes – Mandarin, Bergamot, Blue Cypress, Cardamom, Caraway

Middle Notes – Marjoram, Black Leather, Sandalwood, Atlas Cedar, Vetiver

Base Notes – Amber Musk, Agarwood, Black Moss Absolute, Ebony Wood


Michael Adams

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Michael Adams is the founder and editor of Michael 84, blogger and T-shirt designer from Newcastle, UK. Sharing men's fashion tips, style advice and lifestyle information for all guys.

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