Top 5 Best Summer Perfumes for Men

bvlgari-manBvlgari Man

When the collection of Bvlgari Man was launched in 2010, it packed a punch with users. Bvlgari Man is a white woody oriental fragrance, an elegant and sophisticated vision of Masculinity for an authetic man, profoundly charismatic and radiant. An original signature of great modernity. This one is for the confident men of today who are well groomed and ready to take on the world.



Lacoste Eau De Lacoste L.12.12 Rouge

This fragrance brings in cocktail of fruit notes, including mango, and spicy ones like black pepper, thereby making this fragrance very singular in nature. Its other mixes include ginger and cardamom, which are very intense and powerful. This perfume is definitely for people who crave to be unique and refuse to be a part of the crowd.


chanelChanel Allure Homme Sport EAU Extreme

Adding to the well-known collection of Allure Homme, this extreme fragrance is enriched with mint, Sicilian mandarin and clary sage. Fragrance is provided by a fine dose of black pepper, cedar and sandalwood. The heady scents are combined together in alcoholic solution to bring out the rightfully named Allure. It is powerful, strong and yet airy which is for men who like to experiment. If you are on a romantic date, this fragrance will never fail you.

Burberry Brit for Men

Brit for men captures the image of relaxed elegance and effortless style. This fresh, oriental-woody fragrance blends juicy green mandarin and freshly cut ginger with wild rose and spicy hints of cedarwood to create a confident, sexy, masculine scent.


givenchy-gentlemenGivenchy Gentlemen Only for Men

Givenchy launches a new fragrance for men in 2013. Gentlemen Only is a modern homage to the classic fragrance of the house – Givenchy Gentlemen from 1974. This fragrance was once revolutionary amongst masculine fragrance introducing strong and intense woody notes instead of the traditional aromatic and citrusy ones. Gentlemen Only is intended to men of our times. it is designed around modern woody nuances.


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