Trends vary and Colognes 2011 trend is back with light, warm and earthly tones with floral top notes and other Men’s Fragrance trend comes with a complex blend based on patchouli and tobacco flavour. This year men’s colognes is moving to a new level of elegance and diversity as you check out perfect scent for men’s colognes and wear the latest menswear fashion such as Song For The Mute. If you are moving into office, then check out the Atelier Cologne (Trefle Pur) which will make you the only man wearing the cologne of bitter orange citrus flavour blended with a patchouli moss and musk combination. Another Men’s Fragrance for office use includes Tom Ford which can relax your senses and once again proves to be the master of sophisticated and relaxed elegance. Azure Lime is essentially the Tom Ford aesthetic in a bottle, with light lime citrus holding back the heavier notes of woodsy musk.
If you have to meet someone special than Men’s Fragrance Van Cleef & Arpels Midnight in Paris’s a masculine scent for a sophisticated (dinner) is a perfect blend of Tonka bean and leather securely ground the rosemary and mate tea aromas in the middle before drifting upward into floral top notes.
For formal event don’t forget to buy Halston Man (Cologne) with barely a musk, fragrance which promise to charm your senses. Also Clive Christian No. 1 for Men is one of the most expensive men’s cologne in the world, as it is a casual mix of bergamot, citrus and jasmine over those astonishingly good woods.
Among the colognes 2011 for gym Jo Malone’s Sweet Lime & Cedar makes all the difference. This Men’s Fragrance carries balanced and blended visions of Thailand, with warm citrus and wood fighting for control of your senses before the calming floral notes rise above it all. Top colognes for men are Cool Water by Davidoff, Aqua di Gio by Armani, Dolce and Gabbana, Lagerfeld by Karl Lagerfeld and Drakkar Noir by Guy Laroche.
There is so much to choose from colognes 2011, so check out the one which is right for you…