A friend of mine recently emailed me asking for help because her boyfriend wears too much of his cologne. She says it’s so much she doesn’t want to go in for the “goodbye” kiss. From the sounds of it, she could relate to the theory of this article, The Sweet Smell of…Nothing (New York Times ThursdayStyles section). Apparently, there seems to be a trend where people are opting to go “fragrance free” because they don’t want to offend others. I can understand not wearing anything to an interview but nothing at all, all the time…that’s a bit much for me. I nevertheless enjoyed the read. Check it out for yourself. And if you’re guilty of wearing to much remember subtlety wins every time. No more than an arms distance away is the rule of thumb.
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