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What a GREAT Question!
Here's a Great Answer to the bigger picture!
If you asked the 3' 6" Escalator Security guy who spends his whole day going up and down on the local mall escalators; with his nose in everyone's business and their shopping bags:
Then I bet you $10 that he'd tell you that the NEED for some people to change their fragrance; is Only Exceeded By: The NEED to change their Undies at least once throughout those seasons in question!!
I don't know if they should but I change up my scents for the seasons.
For early spring through mid fall, I like Angel by Thierry Mugler for special occasions. It's a light scent that works well with my natural chemistry.
For mid fall through winter, I opt for Hypnotic Poison. It's heavy and a little bit goes a long way. A girl friend of mine and I have decided that it smells a bit like fresh baked cookies.
I like scents that smell yummy and that's hard to find in a perfume. Too many perfumes have that chemical smell to them and I can't stand that. That's why for every day use, I usually grab a scented lotion from Victoria's Secret like Sugar Baby or Candy Baby. I adored their wildberry bouquet line until they discontinued it.
Like I said, I don't know if you should, but I do!
I dont know if they should be changed for every season? I constantly change what fragrance im wearing. It is never the same each day!!! I love to smell good so i always have a bunch of different scents.
Somehow, something lighter seems more appropriate for spring and summer; I use D&G Masculine during the warm seasons, and D&G The One for the cool ones.
Yes, I like D&G
I used to always wear the same scent if I was going out for a night out. I think if you find a perfume that smells good on you, you should stick to it. Different perfumes smell different on different people, plus after a time they can clash with your body sweat and produce an entirely different fragrance which might be nice...or not.
Anyway since I moved to Spain I don't wear any perfume, because they attract mosquitoes.
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