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After about 30 minutes or so, and slightly before the dry-down, vetiver starts to make its presence known, blended with leather and patchouli.
It's at this point which, although Polo has no floral ingredients as such, I nonetheless get a subtle but very definite set of musky/floral impressions.
Polo is one of the two first perfumes by Ralph Lauren and it was created by Carlos Benaim in 1978. It is pungent, cloying, too strong, too aggressive and to me just smells like an old man! However, this is one of those colognes that works with body chemistry. This is a great cologne to wear around christmas time because of the pine scent.
It is a powerful 80s scent, although it came out in the late 70s. This along with Giorgio Beverly Hills, might be my two most despised fragrances (and Clinique Happy, yuck). Also, if you're taking public transportation, 1 or 2 sprays. More reminiscent of Tom Ford Moss Breches than Italian Cypress IMO, and I'm a huge fan and wearer of Italian Cypress.
Willing to accept that could just be my imagination but, to my nose at any rate, it makes Polo something of an enigma.
I distinctly remember the enigma-effect when this was my signature for a year or so back in the 90's, so whilst I assume there have been the inevitable reformulations since then, I'm pleased that the spirit of this fragrance has been kept intact.
Also woods and patchouli along with moss, and a hint of leather.Polo is here for fans of beautiful, eternal things.Its name awakens association with a closed circle of the chosen and this circle has its rules and traditions.There are some nuanced changes versus fall and winter.Primarily, the beloved cool weather pine notes fade into the background sooner resulting in a more leather/tobacco lean to it.