Top 7 men’s fragrances for spring 2019


It’s March which means that spring is upon us.

It is time to put away those strong winter scents and get something lighter and refreshing.

To help you out here is a list of 7 scents that I will be wearing this spring.

NOTE: This list is subjective, we all have different types of skins, so try out a perfume before you buy to see how it behaves on your skin. I will also rate the projection of the perfumes, again this is personal, your mileage may vary.

1. Bleu de Chanel Perfume – Hail to the king.

This is currently my No1 for this spring.

This opens quite unique, it smells like a fruit bubble gum but after 5 – 10 minutes you get ginger, lemon, and a bit of pepper.

It is fresh professional. Some list this as a fragrance for winter. I would disagree, this is an early spring fragrance

Since it’s a perfume it is a bit pricier but has great longevity, for me it lasted about 11 hours, as for projection I would give it 8/10.

2. Versace Dylan Blue – a youthful all-arounder.

Versace house knows how to make some good fragrances, and this one is no exception.

Dylan Blue starts out too strong, it smells like a mix of grapefruit and a synthetic smell, but after 10 minutes the synthetic smell dies down, and you get a pleasant grapefruit smell. After an hour a vanilla peppery smell comes into play.

This scent can be described in two words youth and energy. It is not a fragrance for the office, but it is perfect for casual settings and dates.

It lasted for about 6 hours, as for projection I would give it a 7/10.

3. Terre d’Hermes – a mature all-arounder.

A classic in every sense of the word.

I tried Terre d’Hermes last year and was pleasantly surprised. It has a subtle orange and a darker earthy smell.

As previosuly said, this is more of a mature fragrance which is good for most occasions. It works quite well as an office smell and casual occasions.

It lasted for 7 – 8 hours, as for projection 5.5 /10.

4. Versace Eros.

I never said that there wouldn’t be more than one Versace scent.

This is a youthful party fragrance that is all about fun. It has a mix of lemon and mint and a vanilla background.

It lasts for a long time about 9 hours and it performs, for projection I give it 8/10. Even though it gets hate it is a good blind buy.

5. Prada L’Homme – Elegance.

Yes guys, I do watch Jeremy Fragrance and that is why Prada is on my list.

I tried it a couple of days ago, and it didn’t disappoint. It has a pleasant, clean smell with raspberries. It has a good longevity about 8 hours.

This is perfect for formal events and business formal setting. As for projection I would say 5.5 – 6/10, which is a good thing.

6. Lacoste Pour Homme – a blast from the past.

Launched in 2002, this scent has aged well.

It opens with a nice, but not overpowering plum smell. After a couple of hours, you can smell cinnamon and apple. It is a pleasant and a non invasive scent.

This is perfect for a business casual or casual wear. Unlike Dylan Blue which is for younger people, this can be worn by everyone.

Its longevity and projection are decant 6.5/10, it will last about 4 – 5 hours.

7. David Beckham Beyond – a good inexpensive blind buy.

It was pleasantly surprised with this scent.

It has an clean woody scent with a bit of vanila, even if it is “cheap” it does not smell cheap.

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This is a good budget pick for going out or business casual.

It has a decant performance about 4 hours and 6/10 for projection.

Did any of these fragrances make it into your collection, do you have any other picks for this spring. Share your thought in the comments.

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