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Five of the best wedding-worthy scents for him
It’s a truth universally acknowledged that a woman who is to be wed must have in her mind how she will look and smell. She will also know how she will wear her hair, which shade of pink she will have on her lips and what kind of sneaky footwear she’ll adorn for maximum comfort (hidden by her long dress, of course).
A man who is to be wed, well, he usually knows that as long as he rocks up in a clean and dapper suit he’s set. However, we would like to encourage any male reading this blog (and any wife-to-be) to ensure that he smells as good as he looks on his big day.
Ok, so the name of this fragrance doesn’t quite slip off the tongue, but you can be guaranteed that its gorgeous citrus-meets-floral scent makes up for it. Notes of bergamot, vetiver and cedarwood are combined to create a fragrance that’s sexy, fresh, and wonderfully manly. Be warned though: this masculine and powerful scent may make your man smell so good, you’ll want to skip the reception.
This beautiful, luxurious fragrance starts off quite fresh and settles into a woody, masculine scent as it dries down, meaning that you’ll smell nothing but a knee-weakening aroma as you slow dance the night away.
Calvin Klein Euphoria Men
The name of the scent is quite fitting, isn’t it? The crisp scent features a ginger pepper fragrance just as it’s spritzed, moves onto notes of black basil, cedar leaf and sage, and dries down with notes of Brazilian redwood, suede, and amber. Perfect for the man who’s looking for something a bit modern and very long-lasting.
If your man looks for fragrances that are rich without being overwhelming, this may just be his wedding (and everyday) scent. The woody and oriental fragrance features notes like cinnamon, bergamot, patchouli, incense, and sandalwood – a beautiful and intoxicating combination.
Davidoff Cool Water
This fresh and fruity scent is a bit of a classic in the world of men’s fragrances. Notes of lavender, rosemary, mint, coriander and juniper are combined with lily of the valley, jasmine, honeysuckle and geranium to create a scent that’s equal parts subtle and sexy. Plus, if your groom’s a bit of a sweater, you can get the scent in a deodorant stick, too.