Masculine Fragrances for “Movember”
“Movember” (“mo” from moustache and “ember” for November) is an annual event during the month of November to raise awareness for prostate cancer. Men throughout the world and many of your favorite celebrities do not shave to show their support. Your man may look like a werewolf in a month’s time, but he should still smell great. We chose five fabulous fragrances that is perfect for the man in your life, no facial hair required.
Vintage Ad 1977
What could be more perfect for Movember than Moustache by Rochas, was created by the great French perfumer Edmond Roudnitska and his wife Therese in 1948. Lime, bergamot, pine, fruits, vetiver, moss and a hint of peach, Moustache is timeless cologne that hearkens back to the great era of perfumery.
Actor Robert Pattinson from The Twightlight Series for DIOR HOMME
Real men wear flowers. Put an Iris in his lapel with the elegant Dior Homme, a masculine scent with notes of bergamot, lavender, and sage. One of the first men’s colognes to use an iris not, leather, vetiver, and patchouli base supports the composition. A traditional scent turned upside down.
If your man still frequents the neighborhood barbershop and is a suit and tie guy, Dunhill for Men is classic but not old fashioned. One of the best tobacco scents since 1934, leather and vetiver add a decidedly “For Guys Only” touch.
Penhaligon’s Sartorial Created by renowned perfumer Bertrand Duchaufour, for he most renowned British Houses. Satorial is a fragrance that captures the scents and aromas of a tailoring shop on Saville Row, where gentleman have had their suits custom made for centuries. From the steam of the iron, vanilla-scented pattern paper, beeswax-coated thread, leather, and wood, Sartorial is a modern day fragrance for today’s gentleman.
For the cologne connoisseur we suggest a classy spicy wood fragrance that is perfect for THE ONE. The One Cologne by Dolce & Gabbana is fashionable and worldly, for the man who is as comfortable in a bow tie as he is in cowboy boots, just like the fragrance’s spokesperson Matthew McConaughey.