Imagine a following situation.
Mike and Natalie share same preferences in perfume. They both like sweet, clean and soft aroma/scent.
Two other people - Kate and Jane - are talking about Mike. And Kate notes that she likes an aroma of perfume that Mike uses. Jane are asking her friend what perfume Mike wears and Kate have decided to describe it in following way:
He wears same ones as Natalie does.
Main Q. Is it correct way to say it? How would you point on same preferences of both in given conversation?
Additional Q1 Is it okay to say "wearing perfume"? I see examples with this collocation in the Internet, but still better to ask and be perfectly sure.
Additional Q2 What the difference between words "aroma" and "scent" in terms of perfume? In my native language we use the word "aroma" mostly with very few occasions of using "scent", but from what I see (and may be totally wrong!) the word "scent" is acceptable in English too.