As the weather gets cooler, the scents get warmer. That’s the tradition, anyway: Cold-weather fragrances are known for woody, spicy, or amber notes. Whereas warm-weather scents have a fresh, floral lift, fall ones lean more heavily into the cold category, preparing us for the deep and musky tones of winter. The best thing about these transitional colognes and fragrances is that many can work all year long.
If you’re in the market for a seasonal fragrance with subtle warm notes, or if you’re hunting for a year-round scent, consider these options. Some are brand new, some recently revived, and some are longstanding consumer favorites. All of them, however, are the best colognes you can sport this season.
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