Should you go sporty, opting for a rock climbing wall followed by drinks, or smart, with a local trivia night, when it comes to dating, there are plenty of things to think about. Which is why we’re making it easier for you by bringing our best spring/summer date-night cologne edit.
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Citrus and spice are one of those perfect sensory matchups that complement each other (kind of like the best couples). Mr. Burberry is a scent infused with vigorous mix of zesty grapefruit and spices, finished with undertones of wood and vetiver.
Even though you may be reluctant to try a floral scent, when interspersed with the right combo of notes, rose results in a fragrance that’s assertive and complex. Just like Starry Nights.
In a nod to the brand’s trademark note, Montale number imparts a much subtler rose aroma, blended with smooth white musk and patchouli. The rose resurfaces at the dry down, like a subtle seal of sophistication. Mystical and bold, you only need one to two sprays of this fragrance to impress your date.
Mixing jasmine, neroli, sandalwood and rosemary, Reflection Man is a refreshing alternative and perfect for a date night. Light and woody, the notes come together in a cologne that evokes warmth and wanderlust. With a 4.1 star reviews on Scentbird, this fragrance is a fave.
Mankind Hero blends lavender, mountain air, lemon, and vanilla – not what you were expecting, right? That’s because Kenneth Cole’s creation is a more eclectic hero, that’s vibrant, filled with spring and bluster and also a subtle citrus zest. This one wears particularly well in spring but is light enough to be a perennial player.