Mugler Cologne by Thierry Mugler

I’m in a funny kind of limbo at the moment, summer is most definitely over, autumn is well under way, winter is approaching on the horizon, and yet here I am preparing for my “summer” holidays.  We delayed our honeymoon quite considerably (the wedding was in February), and there’s still the best part of two months before we go away, so I  have a kind of odd reluctance to part with my summer scents, not to mention the clothes!  Mugler Cologne, like so many cologne-scents is perfect for summer, (and it’s the fragrance I’m taking with me on my honeymoon as a result) but how insane is that ad above?  I keep looking it and screaming “WHY ARE THERE ONLY THREE ARMS? WHERE’S THE OTHER ARM, THIERRY????”, only, you know, inside my head, I’m not insane.

Mugler Cologne is fresh and slightly bitter, clean-scented with hints of laundry-musks, orange blossoms and herbs, it’s about the most mainstream fragrance from the Mugler line (if you ignore Angel, that is.  Let’s face it, Angel is, essentially, in a league of its own, let’s face it). Certainly, it’s the easiest Mugler fragrance to wear, no candyfloss (Angel), no space-jasmine (Alien), no caviar and creamy grapefruit (Womanity) and no strange hallucinations of giant Twixes wandering around your flat as on those occasions when MrLippie wears A*men.  Mugler Cologne is simple, free and easy almost.

It is very, very green-smelling, and it’s quite difficult to pull out the different scents on the skin whilst you’re wearing it, but there are hints of grassy vetiver, and lots of beautiful orange blossom, and I think I can detect something a little creamy, and possibly salty deep down, close to the skin.  It’s crisply refreshing, and I’m hoping it’ll be the perfect accompaniment to my tropical winter holiday.  It lasts about as long as you’d expect an eau de toilette to, which isn’t very long at all, but it’s a big bottle and constant reapplications aren’t the worst thing in the world.  Sillage is moderate, so you won’t be gassing anyone by reapplying, either.

Best of all, it’s only £31 per 100ml in Debenhams, and the matching hair & shower gel is £17.  That’s about half the price of a similar cologne from Guerlain and – get this – it’s a seventh of the price of the same size bottle of Tom Ford Neroli Portofino …

The Fine Print: The fragrance was a PR sample, but I’ve been and bought the bathing products as a result of the sample …

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