Many may not consider this but as the seasons change so should your cologne. This is mostly because the lighter, much colder air is more appropriate for heavier scents made with spicy notes like cinnamon, saffron, and nutmeg. As opposed to loftier citrusy profiles that float around during the warmer months. Besides, you don’t want to smell like summer all-year long, you want to show diversity in your colognes as you would in your wardrobe. If we had to pick three for this season, the ones you see above are it. Each one of them can take you through the winter and are suitable for any occasion. However, if you had to pick two out of the three, any combination of the Viktor&Rolf, Issey Miyake or Prada will suit you well.
Prada’s Amber Pour Homme Intense is the heaviest of the three and it wears like your favourite overcoat. The combination of leather and barbershop soap blends well with the vanilla notes and it exudes a warm sophistication. We recommend that you spray this on lightly as its enough to keep you smelling great for your special occasion. L’Eau d’Issey Pour Homme Intense is a new scent from Issey Miyake and its a woody scent that offers an elegantly consistent freshness throughout the day. This is best reserve for an evening out and when you decide to layer up for those nippy nights. As an everyday cologne, Viktor&Rolf’s Spicebomb is a great go to. It can be heavy if you spray too much, so we recommend two light spritzes around the chest area and you’re ready for your day. As it comes out of the bottle you’ll pick up a zesty notes and as it settles the cologne will finish with an alluring spiciness.