Fall Into Your Scent

As cooler weather approaches, consider scents that reflect a climate shift. That citrus grapefruit cologne you loved for summer won’t cut it. Max Twitty suggest a few scents geared to stand against the cooler weather, and keep you smelling good.

As cooler weather approaches, consider scents that reflect a climate shift. That citrus grapefruit cologne you loved for summer won’t cut it. Why? Because a cool scent competes with, rather than compliments a cool season.

Embrace your inner autumn with a composition of sandalwood, pepper, and other spicy ingredients. A warm, masculine aroma.

Some we like: John Varvatos VintageTerre d’Hermes, and Burberry BeatAll have the proper ingredients to wake your spirit, warm your soul, and give  someone an excuse to snuggle up…besides to keep warm.