Versace Pour Homme EDT: The date night, friend night, and late-night cologne choice our subscribers love
Although the weather has cooled down and gray is the constant color on the horizon, don’t let Fall ruin the love. Get spruced up, book a fancy dinner, and get ready to impress. We won’t say anything about your fashion choice, but we do have a lot to say about your cologne choice. Like suggesting going for one that’s warm and provocative with citruses, amber, tonka bean, and it’s sure to impress. Speaking of guarantees, Versace Pour Homme EDT and its sleek, intriguing nature is a certified conversation starter.
What’s so good about Versace Pour Homme EDT anyway? We’re so glad you brought this up.
Literally, 2 people stopped me in the staircase at work, turned around to ask what I was wearing, writes our subscriber, WHIT C. We think it all comes down to this: The fact that it was made by one of the best perfumers in the world, Alberto Morillas, and its undeniable freshness that lasts and lasts… Or maybe this:
A fusion of classical zesty notes like bergamot and neroli is unexpectedly paired with powdery rose de mai, injecting lots of fresh energy and imparting a bit of casual vibe right from the start. The heart is a cauldron of floral, wood, and spicy notes melded together with the cold top notes. As the scent gets all hot and bothered on the skin, the base notes arrive at a fresh, spicy aroma that is grounded with a natural warmness and greeted by your nose with an utter delight.
There’s very little boldness or richness in Versace Pour Homme EDT. It’s all about the fresh and crisp notes being able to stand the heat and not dissipate in thin air 10 minutes after the opening. Even with the addition of florals, woods, and spices, Versace Pour Homme EDT retains the crips and fresh feel long after the warm notes have joined the concoction. The best part is that the blend of musk, tonka bean, and amber are sure to blend in, accentuate the dewiness but never daring to stand out.
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Versace Pour Homme EDT: Perfume Notes
Top notes: Lemon, Bergamot, Neroli, and Rose de Mai;
Middle notes: Hyacinth, Cedar, Clary Sage, and Geranium;
Base notes: Tonka Bean, Musk, and Amber.
Versace Pour Homme EDT: Sillage & Longevity
Versace Pour Homme EDT is one of the most versatile colognes in the bunch. It is an eau de toilette, so you’d expect its longevity to be around 3 to 4 hours. However, during the warm months, this Versace number can last up to 7 hours. In the cold season, spritzing a bit underneath the shirt collar will ensure it will last until the wee hours of the day. Or rather, night.
When it comes to sillage, it leans on the soft side, but thanks to its alluring nature that we already spoke about, it invites those in your close proximity to lean in even closer, making it an ideal date-night scent.
Versace Pour Homme EDT reviews
But by all means, don’t just take our word for it. This is what our Scentbird subscribers are saying on our website and social media:
‘Great smelling fragrance! A nice lady told me I smelled “delicious”. A definite attention-getter.’ Willie I, October 2021.
‘Living the dream – this is a classic elegant fragrance. Perfectly pairs with boots and jeans or black tie and tux.’ Robert K, October 2021.
Timeless and classic! A great cologne to have in the collection: Add Versace Pour Homme EDT to your queue and spruce up your Fall cologne rotation.
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