Cologne Is Particularly Important In The Summer Months
Some people think men should wear cologne, some think they shouldn’t.
Some people think men should wear cologne, some think they shouldn’t. With or without cologne, remember that you’re always going to smell like something, especially on warm and humid summer days. For those times, a good summer cologne that mimics some indelible, seasonal scent comes in handy. For some of us, summer smells like freshly cut grass, while for others it smells more like the dip in the ocean. You can obviously wear cologne all year, but it’s during the warm-weather months that their value is greatest from a practical standpoint. Here are 4 of my favorite newly-released summer fragrances.
Gucci Guilty Absolute breaks the mold of a traditional woody construction. To set it apart, Gucci created a particular blend with a structure that remains unchanged from the first time it is applied to the skin. The resulting scent features ultra-dry woody notes with depth and complexity, combining the warmth of a traditional wood with the rich amber accents of the Nootka. Intensifying the fragrance’s composition are three forms of patchouli oils with sweet, dark and earthy characters. Created for a man who defines his own masculinity. An ironic, modern declaration of self expression, free from social norms and expectations.
Where to wear it: Evening outing like a dinner or a bar
BOSS THE SCENT
BOSS takes the powerful game of seduction to the next level with this one. Building on the global success of BOSS THE SCENT, the INTENSE edition represents the next chapter of the seduction story. Stimulating spicy ginger top notes are intensified by the addition of cardamom. At the heart, exquisite notes of exotic maninka fruit are amplified for maximum effect, while the new addition of vanilla at the base combines with the richness of leather to increase the scent’s magnetic strength.
Where to wear it: Date night
CALVIN KLEIN ETERNITY
Calvin Klein Eternity Intense opens with a spicy yet refreshingly modern twist of bergamot that is enticing and captivating. A base of cedar wood exudes a woody earthiness that is intoxicatingly sexy and the orris reveals a powdery richness that elevates the overall strength of the fragrance. Top notes are grapefruit, white pepper, bergamot, and black tea complimented by lavender, geranium, orris, and rhubarb.
Where to wear it: To work or business meeting
Bottega Veneta Pour Homme Perfume is a captivating blend of the rarest and finest quality materials. The juice opens with highly concentrated woody and spicy notes of cedar leaves and rich cardamom, enhanced and strengthened at the heart by pimento and fir balsam. A sensual leather accord fused with tonic bean completes this masculine masterpiece.