Best Men’s Fragrances for Summer 2016

Your fragrance says a lot about you.

Smelling nice has always been important for completing your image. Nicely fitting suit and a beautiful pair of shoe will always be a style staple but if you smell bad, then you are doing something wrong.

So, with the hot weather that has already come, I’m giving you the 5 fragrances that will keep you fresh-smelling throughout your whole day.

Artisan – John Varvatos


The fragrance reinvents the well-known “splash” feeling by blending state-of-the-art, abstract perfumery notes with classical citrus and herbal tonalities for a modern contemporary twist. The perfume is a refreshing citrus explosion that develops into a spicy and floral blend, followed by a masculine woody impression.


Bleu de Chanel

Bleu de Channel

The masculine Bleu de Chanel combines rich woody aromatics with ginger and citrus notes. As you wear it throughout the day a mint undertone will make it’s way for a spicy undertone.


Sauvage – Dior

Sauvage Dior

Sauvage is the perfume for the free. It combines Calabrian bergamot, a salty amboxan, patchouli and black pepper notes.


Aqua di Gio – Giorgio Armani

Aqua di Gio

This aquatic, aromatic eau de toilette by Armani opens with a splash of fresh, Calabrian bergamot, neroli and green tangerine. Light, aquatic nuances mix with jasmine petal, crisp rock rose, rosemary, fruity persimmon and warm Indonesian patchouli to create a masculine scent that is both fresh and sensual.


Paul Smith – Portrait

Portait Paul Smith

A woody – spicy scent with a musky finish. It is developed by model and perfumer Barnabe Fillion. It opens with notes of bergamot, cardamom and pink pepper with geranium and black current blossom in the heart and the base of cedar, tolu balsam, myrrh, and labdanum.


Gentleman, whatever you choose from this list it’s sure you’ll smell great throughout the whole summer.

– Evgeni Asenov

Evgeni Asenov

For the last 4 years I've been enthusiastic about men's style, lifestyle and fashion. Trough trial and error I've learned some things in this area and now I'm here to share with everyone who might be interested.

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