10 Great Colognes to Wear This Fall

Upgrade your fall fragrance game with these sexy scents.

(Photo: D.S. & Durga/Coach/Hugo Boss)

(Photo: D.S. & Durga/Coach/Hugo Boss)

Fall is is upon us, so it’s once again time to push that breezy summer fragrance to the back of the medicine cabinet, and make room for a heavier signature scent that’s better suited for cooler autumn months. Here, 10 great colognes worth wearing this fall.

Montblanc Explorer

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Seductive and masculine, Montblanc’s new Explorer is a woody blend of Italian bergamot, Haitian vetiver, and Indonesian patchouli.

Get it here for $98.

Ralph Lauren Polo Blue Gold Blend

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This limited-edition twist on a classic cologne has signature notes of sparkling citrus, fresh melon, and vetiver from the Polo Blue family, plus hints of ginger, sage, and warm gold incense for a scent that’s warm without being overpowering.

Get it here for $98.

Coach Platinum

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Refreshing yet oriental, this fragrance from Coach opens with top notes of sage and sandalwood, then settles into warm base notes of vanilla, leather and patchouli.

Get it here for $58.25.

Memo Paris Irish Leather

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Rich, dynamic, and elegant, Irish Leather is the perfect combination of three key notes: juniper berry, green mate absolute, and leather.

Get it here for $300.

Hugo Boss Bottled Infinite

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If you’re looking for a scent that’s energizing as well as sensual, this one is for you, with top notes of apple and mandarin that are combined with lavender, and aromatic sandalwood.

Get it here for $97.

Byredo Eleventh Hour

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Spicy Sichuan pepper, uplifting bergamot, wild fig, rum, and cashmere wood come together for a sophisticated signature scent that’s perfect for cooler fall days.

Get it here for $260.

Giorgio Armani Code Absolu Pour Homme

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This luxurious new take on Armani Code has a creamy tonka bean base that’s enhanced by notes of sensual rum accord and warm vanilla.

Get it here for $125.60.

D.S. & Durga Burning Barbershop

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The cologne’s official description tells you everything you need to know:

“A fire broke out in the Curling Bros. barbershop in Westlake, N.Y. in 1891. All the shaving tonics with their spearmint, lime, vanilla and lavender burned. A charred bottle was found half-full. It smelled like this.”

Get it here for $260.

Paco Rabanne 1 Million Lucky

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Fresh grapefruit, fragrant green plum, hazelnut and cedarwood come together in this exciting and gourmand signature scent that’s perfect for fall. 

Get it here for $63.71.

Kenneth Cole Mankind Legacy

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If the days are beginning to get cooler, so should your fragrance. Mankind Legacy is a cool woody scent that blends notes of Italian bergamot, clary sage, nutmeg, balsam fir, and cedar.

Get it here for $82.