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spring-fragrance

The Classic Fragrance

Launched in 1996, masculine fragrance opens with fresh notes of bergamot, neroli and green tangerine, when fused with fruity persimmon and warm Indonesian patchouli the result is both fresh and sensual with a very slight marine woodiness. There’s not a guy we’ve met who doesn’t like this fragrance. A true classic for almost 20 years.

The Staple Fragrance

Bold and sophisticated, Dior Homme Eau for Men is defined by its urban edge and instant charm. The fragrance mixes spicy top notes of Moroccan Grapefruit, Bergamot and Crimean Coriander, mid notes of Tuscan Iris and a robust base of Virginia Cedar Wood for a refined, masculine scent.

The Cult Fragrance

Comme Des Garcons fragrances have achieved somewhat of a cult status amongst those in the know. For Spring the Comme des Garcons series 4 Citrico is #JustTheTicket and features bitter orange, bergamot, neroli, lemon, rosemary, orange blossom, rose, cedar and sandalwood. It’s a smooth, dry citrus cologne and is lighter than eau de parfums and eau de toilettes and so is intended to be applied liberally.

The Luxury Fragrance

Tom Ford’s reinvention of a classic eau de cologne features crisp citrus oils, bold floral notes and amber undertones. The scent is supposed to nostalgically capture the fresh, bracing air of the Italian Riviera. It’s not cheap, but trust us when we say you don’t need more than a small spritz as it’s a strong scent.

The All Rounder Fragrance

Good for every day and suited to most men, Issey Miyake’s L’Eau d’Issey Pour Homme is a fresh, vibrant and elegant scent with a very masculine signature. It offers a blend of citrus, precious woods and spices, perfect for a modern man. If in doubt, this is our go-to all year round, not just for Spring.

 

Now you’ve sorted your spring scent, it’s time to nail your spring wardrobe too.

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