Sept
25
2013
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of Valet.

The Best New Colognes

There's nothing wrong with having a go-to cologne. But as cooler weather approaches and you start swapping out your wardrobe, consider replacing your summer spritz with a more fall-minded fragrance. Or perhaps you want to choose a different cologne for work and play—something masculine and spicy for the office, and a brighter fresh scent for your off-duty time. We've rounded up our four new favorites from the current crop, ranging from subtle to sturdy.

Subtle
Sturdy
 
 
Uomo

Grassy with a touch of florals, this smells like an afternoon at the Zegna estate in Southern Italy—which is where the bergamot used in this cologne is actually grown.

$64, by Ermenegildo Zegna

 
Atlas

An old school splash in an amber apothecary bottle, this earthy mix of moss and worn leather is a true gentleman's cologne—spiced with cardamom and cloves, but not overpowering.

$45, by The Motley

 
Pour Homme

The label's first men's fragrance is decidedly masculine. It's all cut wood and falling leaves—pine and sage finished with a warm touch of whiskey and patchouli incense.

$80, by Bottega Veneta

 
Made to Measure

The latest in the line's "pour homme" lineup is the most versatile yet. A worldly cologne that mixes rich lavender and orange blossoms with tobacco and spices like cinnamon.

$68, by Gucci

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    What type of cologne suits you? Check out our fragrance decoder to find a signature scent that works with your personal style.
 

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