Silver Mountain Water, by Creed.
Icy, sparkling, andogynous, metallic.
Filed under Flowers
In truth, a bit disappointing, as I find these contemporary Creed scents a touch too suave and crisp smelling. Nothing shocking, or outrageous, here. Then again, the man was a dresser; dapper, and a bit of a gentleman at heart, and I can imagine that he smelled quite beautiful in this, actually.
I’d always read he wore Minotaure, too.
Ooh, interesting. That’s more like it. I never would, but I was always quite fascinated by that scent on other people. In his eighties period that would have worked perfectly. I suppose the Silver Mountain was for his later years
I can’t imagine him in Silver Mountain Water at all.
Somehow, I can. It would have suited his late nineties and then onwards persona. In his very early, promiscuous period I am sure he just smelled of skin.
He was one of the few men that I find to be truly elegant.
Yes, according to his website, Minotaure it was.
What an interesting conversion!!
Well I suppose we all ‘mature’ and ditch our spicy animalics (or do we?)
Oh I could never give up my dirty girls and nasty boys!! Never!
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