Top 5 Fragrances to Choose from this Monsoon

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As the sun sets on summer, it’s time for your update your cologne closet. Each season has its own mood and sensations which fragrances are bound towards. Here are some helpful tips for choosing the right fragrance for you this monsoons, so that you can beat the rainy days and uplift your senses!

Acqua Di Gio by Giorgio Armani

You can never go wrong with this. Launched in the year 1996, it has a blend of strong woody and musky elements with a citrus twist to it. Cologne-buffs would swear by this heady fragrance, and it is ranked as one of the personal favorites of many.

For Him by Narciso Rodriguez

For Him by Narciso Rodriguez is a fragrance with a blend of violet leaf, patchouli, amber and the designer’s favorite note - musk. This fragrance is inspired by the ‘80s classic colognes and is a boost to the masculine identity. It works well at formal and casual occasions.

Aqua Pour Homme Marine Edition by Bulgari

Launched in the year 2005, it is the signature fragrance of Italy. It has a combination of grapefruit, white cedar, rosemary flower and posedonia. A very refreshing fragrance to break the rainy day woes.

F by Salvatore Ferragamo

The fragrance was launched in the year 2011 as a daily-wear version. A strong blend of rich lavender absolute, along with black Madagascar pepper and labdanum, it is a perfect fit for any sort of gathering – casual or formal.

Bleu de Chanel by Chanel

Considered as the buddy of the monsoon season, this fragrance was launched in the year 2010.  A must-have and a big hit among cologne specialists, its woody, aromatic fragrance features labdanum, sandalwood, patchouli, incense, cedar and pink pepper.

Now that you know what fragrances to choose from this monsoon, don’t forget to be at your best and get noticed! Grab the best-suited fragrance for you and be the command the attention you rightfully deserve. What are you waiting for?

 

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