Some of the best clubbing fragrances come from known houses, niche brands or celebrities. Sexy fragrances for nights out dancing are now found in at any budget and I think they’re better and more complex.
It can be said we’re living the golden age of clubbing fragrances as we’re spoiled for options. These seductive fragrances are what people talk about in clubs, so they’re ice breakers as well.
If you’re off for a clubbing night with that perfect outfit, nothing is more like the cherry on the top as a good fragrance. Dancing around is going to impact how they project, but the following options are the best regardless of how long you end up staying in the club.
- Ultra Male Jean Paul Gaultier
Continuing in the footsteps of the original, Ultra Male is among clubbing fragrance favorites.
It prides itself to offer opposing characteristics of ruggedness while being delicate at the same time.
These opposing characteristics might just define the modern man.
It has a certain playfulness to it which might not be pulled off by older men.
I see it as the energetic soapy fragrance a young man up to the age of 25 would wear.
On occasions such as going out during the evening, it pleases, and it enhances your mood while delivering excellent projection.
- Vanilla vibe with a bubble gum playfulness
- Quite different to the original, not that you’re going to wear it if you had the original
- A pleasing scent which attracts compliments mainly from women
- It puts you in that fun mood before going out
- 8+ hours projection for the longest clubbing outings
- Versace Eros
Born from Greek God of Love Aphrodite, Eros embodies the relationship between men and women. Versace nailed the name of the fragrance probably better than most other fragrances on the market.
Eros symbolizes passion and the vibe I get from such a perfume.
This is indeed a popular fragrance.
It’s always at eye level in Sephora or Douglas shops for a reason.
Its turquoise bottle might remind you of that Santorini holiday vibe. But the fragrance has more to offer.
It is a fragrance in direct competition with the Ultra Male.
I’ve gotten compliments on both. Of course, I’ve rarely gotten any compliments from men on Eros.
The fragrance announces its presence. I would not call it subtle in any circumstance.
It has a casual sexy vibe that is mainly suitable for any type of dress-down outfit in the club.
Aurelian Guichard did a fantastic job here.
The fragrance opens up in a fresh mint-citrus.
It then turns into vanilla sweet on a woodsy background.
It is the true son of the fresh and invigorating Aphrodite embodying the sweetness, playfulness and woodsy ruggedness of a man.
- Top 3 choices for clubbing since 2012
- Citrus, mint, tonka, geranium, vanilla and Atlas cedar notes
- If you’re under 25, this should be a priority
- Not to be worn at the office the following day
- Very strong, so keep those in the club safe by applying it moderately
- 3-4 hours longevity
- Mancera Instant Crush
Launched in 2019, this fragrance also works for both men and women. Its spicy oriental notes make it a unique clubbing fragrance.
But most men don’t know it.
It’s the reason why it’s a gem.
Citrus, saffron, and ginger are among its top notes.
Moroccan rose, Egyptian Jasmine and amber are among its midnotes.
The earthiness of this fragrance is rooted in sandalwood, oakmoss, white musk and a touch of sweet vanilla.
My experience is superb.
After a couple of days and a couple of showers, I still feel its presence on my skin.
On windy days, I get a coconut vanilla vibe.
The amber opening is like few other designer clubbing fragrances.
In a couple of minutes, it starts projecting mandarin and it works out fantastically.
The dark saffron amber opening is followed by mandarin and then by sandalwood. Spices, not a lot of sweetness and plenty of character. An original clubbing choice for men above 25.
- Intoxicating, spicy, a bit oriental
- Clubbing option for mature men
- 24-hours projection, maybe more
- People confuse it with Baccarat Rouge 540 or Initio Side Effect
- You may test it at Bloomingdale’s
- Burberry For Men The Beat For Men
If you don’t want to spend too much or your clubbing fragrance, The Beat For Men is among the top contenders.
Nothing is overly-strong.
Some may interpret its overall sweetness as a banana vibe. But it has violet, citron and black pepper in the opening has violet, citron and black pepper in the opening.
Thyme and geranium sit on vetiver and woody notes.
However, you may also get specific citrus not, nothing overpowering, just in line with its overall vibe.
Since it doesn’t invade your senses, it might work for mature men as well.
However, its attractive spicy profile and low price combination make it an interesting option for college students and younger men as well.
In the drydown, you’ll probably get its herby green notes as well. As a result, it works both for indoor and outdoor clubs. It may also be more versatile than other clubbing releases such as Eros.
- A versatile clubbing scent
- It works for dates, college courses, and young professionals
- Very affordable and a bit overlooked among other Burberry releases
- Inspiring bottle design
- 12-hours on the skin
- Mild projection
- Bleu de Chanel
I know you were probably expecting Dior Sauvage in the first 5 clubbing fragrances. But I have to give it up to Bleu de Chanel for its longevity and character.
If Dior Sauvage is often compared to BMW’s, Bleu De Chanel is the elegant Alfa Romeo alternative.
All jokes aside, Jacques Polge, the nose behind it, did a fantastic job.
I own the Eau de Toilette version and I’m always coming back to a new bottle whenever needed.
It is one of the rare fragrances I can pick up all the notes on. This doesn’t happen to me often.
Yes, it has a few synthetic notes, but they’re in the background here.
There’s grapefruit accompanying its performance.
Mint and ginger add a cool vibe and a spicy vibe to the fragrance.
Pepper, incense, a bit of vetiver and soft sandalwood are there as well.
Is it a divisive fragrance? Yes, it is.
Is it expensive? Yes, it is.
But it has plenty of character, versatility, and maturity which may not be associated with its Sauvage archrival.
- 4-hours projection
- Not overly masculine
- It gets all points for versatility
- For some, it also bears the role of a signature scent
- Yves Saint Laurent Y Eau de Parfum
Y is the type of clubbing fragrance you have a lot of respect for, even if you don’t like it. There’s a reason you see it in shops and airports so much. It just works for both men and women.
Every generation now has its name. Y was named after those born in the 80s and the 90s. As a result, it works best for those between 30 and 40, albeit younger men like its youthful spirit as well.
It has a spicy-sweet scent and it embodies a few oceanic vibes in the drydown.
For others, it’s pure alcohol.
Those who don’t like it say it’s a bubblegum release.
However, I wouldn’t read clubbing fragrance reviews and count on them for what the particular fragrance offers as its very polarizing. It’s probably the most polarizing of all designer fragrances in the top half of this list.
Mint, bergamot, ginger, and summery synthetic notes are added to the opening.
Violet left, pineapple, geranium, and apple are added to the midnotes and here’s where many get that strong sweet profile from.
Ambergris, woody notes and incense are in the base notes. Balsam fir accords are also there, but maybe harder to pick up.
However, it works for all other occasions. Once your clubbing session is over, you may still count on it.
Its versatility is highly rated and as a result, it is on the safer side of bling buys.
- A bit polarizing depending on skin type
- Some synthetic notes, particularly tidal waves
- A bit sweet
- 3-hours projection and up to 12-hours presence on the skin
- CH Men
If Y is so polarizing, CH Men is the type of fragrance you take and run with it. For men, it has that sexy clubbing vibe that probably embodies the perfume’s category the best.
Launched in 2007, the cologne has made an impact.
I would challenge you to find a fragrance shop that doesn’t sell it.
This aromatic leather including floral notes has so much resonance to many men.
It’s truly sexy. But it’s not the clubbing type of release that constantly screams look at me. It has that refined attractiveness and it works.
I only apply small dabs of it. If you spray too much, you simply reduce its purpose to nothing.
Grass, citrusy accords, saffron, nutmeg, jasmine, violet, amber, and vanilla are all there.
When you’re going out during the summer, your clubbing experience feels lightweight and a bit nostalgic.
When you go clubbing during the winter months, it has that sweet floral vibe that works as well. Since its best in small application sprays, it works well with shirts, sports jackets, polo shirts, or leather jackets.
- It projects for at least 4 hours
- The perfume constantly gets ratings of 4-4.5 stars out of 5
- If your girlfriend has CH Women, it is a killer combination for you 2 to go clubbing with
- You should not expect the best performance however
- Azzaro Chrome Aqua Azzaro
Basil, grapefruit, vetiver, aqua, and mint is all it takes. The summery clubbing fragrance is a lightweight performer for anyone transitioning from heavy sprays to lightweight fragrance wear.
If it’s already hot in the club, the last thing you might be thinking about is a heavy perfumer. It’s where Chrome Aqua comes into place.
It has a few pine notes as I recall.
However, its popular notes often bear resemblance to other summery releases. Among them, mentions include Tom Ford’s Costa Azzura and John Varvatos Artisan pure.
Jean-Christophe Herault did a good job of focusing on what Azzaro is best known for. It’s impressive to me how well this house stays on course with its DNA.
As you’d expect, it has that fresh vibe your skin gets when you get out of the shower. It is also how I wear it before hitting a disco night. I simply take a shower and apply one or two sprays before wearing something a bit lose to feel comfortable during high temperatures.
- It projects for 3 hours and lingers on the skin for 5
- It’s cheaper than a couple of clubbing drinks
- Excellent summertime versatility
- It lasts long as it only needs a couple of sprays
9. Spicebomb Viktor & Rolf For Men
Have you ever seen a grenade? This is how Spicebomb looks like. I’ve seen it come from its popular launch to nearly every store in the country. But there’s nothing wrong with that or with wearing a popular fragrance.
There’s plenty of sexiness and masculinity in it. When I asked a female friend to comment on it, she said it’s a combination of spicy greens. Hmm. That proved an interesting comment. I always over-analyze perfumes but this blunt description was right even as it was short.
Its spiciness mainly recommends it for the winter months.
I’m not sure how many times I wore it on cold summer nights. When it’s raining outside, the spices make me forget about the bad weather and it is why such a little spice grenade is such a popular option for me.
Bergamot, grapefruit, other citrusy notes, pepper, and elemi hit you right from the first spray.
Saffron, paprika, and sandalwood are next.
Leather, tobacco, and vetiver are also among the base accords. Yes, it’s spicy, but it’s supposed to be spicy.
However, if you’re expecting to get hit by a pepper wind, it’s not the case. These notes are warm and comforting.
- If you look hard, you’ll find it at a very good price
- Warm, cozy, and energetic
- It may be the coffee of the fragrance world
- You don’t need more than 2-3 sprays for clubbing purposes
- 3-hours strong projection
- More exotic than other clubbing fragrances
10. Parfums de Marly Pegasus
This oriental Fougere is your go-to option form Parfums de Marly for clubbing or nights out. It has that party spirit which makes it suitable for your fun nights out.
Bergamot, cumin, and heliotrope make up it’s spicy citrusy floral opening.
Lavender, bitter almond and jasmine follow next.
Sandalwood, vanilla, and amber are its base accords.
Its ingredients are of top quality as well. Someone even complimented me saying that’s the best lavender whiff they got of me to this day.
It has a metallic profile as well. But it’s not overly metallic as Parfums de Marly is always something of class. If you want to embody that upper-class feel, there’s nothing better from such a growing house to consider for your night out.
The vanilla-almonds combination is what most men smell on it, however. It works so well that it’s going to be in stock in my collection forever.
However, not everybody gets it. Those who’re not head over heels about it mainly complain about its strong metallic vibe. Apply it sparingly, let it settle into the skin. You may even apply it 2 hours before leaving for the club to allow all of its premium notes to come out.
- 4-hours projection
- It remains on the skin for up to 24 hours
- If you apply too much it gets too metallic
- Not only for clubbing
- A*Men Pure Malt Mugler For Men
This is not the newest release on the list, but it still does wonder.
You need to like malt to love it.
As its name suggests, it includes whiskey notes. They’re not of bad taste by any means, but I’ve personally struggled to integrate such notes in versatile wear.
For clubbing purposes, however, it’s appreciated.
Fruity citrus notes are in the opening. They have a playful character that may be hard to overlook by anyone trying to assert this fragrance in a certain age group.
If the whiskey in the drydown is mainly tied to mature men, the fruity opening also works on the younger gentleman.
Malt, patchouli, coffee, and mint are among its midnotes. I’d see it as a fragrance to wear particularly well while enjoying any type of non-beer, non-wine drink in the club.
Vanilla, amber, and peat are among its base notes. These peat earthy notes give it a bit of organic vegetation vibe. But once again, it works as its considerably toned down.
- Fruity, whiskey, malt – unique profile
- Manly clubbing fragrance
- It always scores highly on originality
- Up to 10 hours on the skin
- It only projects strongly for 2 hours
- Individuel Montblanc For Men
Can you believe it’s been nearly 2 decades since Individuel was released?
When did that happen?
How is it that the fragrance is so popular even today?
That Roure Bertrand Dupont training Pierre Bourdon did work well here.
Packaged in its new bottle, the fragrance remains unique. Both in the club and at work, they’re not a lot of people able to recognize it straight away.
Its raspberry top accords include smooth vanilla combination. Cinnamon and herbal notes make their presence felt next.
Spices, juniper berries, sandalwood, and lavender are other projecting accords here.
The fragrance has a mild projection of around 2 hours. It then lingers on up to 10 hours.
- Excellent profile of spices
- A good clubbing match
- It gets stronger in high heat
- The fragrance is applied in 2-3 sprays only
- Paco Rabanne 1 Million
This sweet fragrance would need no introduction. Almost always, it sits on top of other fragrances in duty-free shops. Even your father and your grandfather recognize it as a result.
While it is very popular, it gets some hate from purists. But it is one of the unmistakable releases which you must own at some point.
Starting with its shape, it comes in golden luxurious packaging. Special editions are made including real gold.
However, it is the type of safe clubbing fragrance you buy.
If you’re unsure about what to get, 1 Million is rarely going to disappoint.
Bergamot, mandarin, and mint are its top notes. Spicy notes, cinnamon, and rose are there are as well.
Leather, amber, and patchouli complete its sweet profile.
It has also been labeled as a party boy’s fragrance.
In some cases, not even Aventus can compare to its reactions.
- Easily available in various editions
- Sweet, spicy with a hint of rose
- Very good for nighttime wear
- Performs well on sweaty skin
- The drawback is that everybody is wearing it
- A*Men Pure Havana Mugler For Men
This sweet cherry tobacco fragrance remains actual for clubbing purposes.
Inspired by Cuban cigars, it has you smelling like a rich businessman.
As a result, you might be tempted to suit up. I understand it myself.
White honey and tobacco are its strong opening.
Patchouli, vanilla, and cacao are present in the drydown.
Styrax, amber and French labdanum are the base accords.
In the drydown, it’s rather sweet and the earthiness of the patchouli becomes more prominent.
- It lasts long, up to 8 hours
- Not too versatile outside clubbing and date nates
- Very affordable
- Safe purchase due to its time-tested reactions
- Bvlgari Man Black Orient
The Orient version of Bvlgari’s Man Black is what I use for its projection over the original. Oozing enhanced longevity, it represents a valuable choice for those careful with their spending.
This oriental fragrance only comes with a few selected notes.
Cardamom and rum are a strong presence in the opening.
Tuberose and taif rose are felt in the drydown.
Agarwood and leather are among the base accords.
If I were to compare it to another fragrance, it would be Versace Pour Homme Oud Noir.
Including plenty of spice, a few floral scents, and added sweetness, it works for winter, fall and late summer nights.
However, it’s very masculine. I’d even say it works best for ages 30+.
But those who like oud floral leather notes are going to use it for a long time in other social settings.
- I wouldn’t see it as a complete oud scent
- Oud is only in the background
- Very masculine and different
- Oriental fragrance even in longevity
- It projects over 8 hours
- Invictus Paco Rabanne
This playful fragrance has been another one of the most popular options for clubbing in the summer.
Its youthful appeal certainly draws in the younger crowd.
Today, it’s divisive simply due to its popularity. But in itself, it’s even better than you’d expect. When I first applied it, my expectations were a bit high. However, it grew on me constantly.
But the story behind it is much more interesting. Many of my friends simply ignored it and went for other fragrances without knowing it works well. When they saw its performance, they were impressed.
In general subjective lines, it’s the best-performing summertime fragrance. It would be essential for casual-formal attire if I were to limit clubbing fragrances to the summertime.
Including its ambroxan clean shower feel, it offers a bit of freshness which is normally associated with blue fragrances.
- 7+ hours longevity
- An excellent choice for dressier outfits
- A calmer version to Dylan Blue
- Intoxicating bergamot and seanotes
- One of the most popular ambergris releases
- Valentino Uomo Intense
Uomo Intense has been hailed, discussed and over-analyzed. I know I like it a lot. Some rumors about it being discontinued prompted me to purchase 2 of these. However, it is still widely available today.
Some of its leathery-vanilla ingredients blend with tonka oils. It’s almost as if they were made for each other. The added performance on the fragrance means you can go clubbing all night long without fearing you have to reapply.
Clary sage and mandarin are there for the warm welcome.
Iris and tonka make up most of its bulk appeal.
Leather and vanilla give it that creamy vibe that so many men talk about.
But the accords you smell on this fragrance can be quite different. I know my friends say they get a sense of waxy oranges from it. Whichever the case it, they seem to love it even if they don’t necessarily pick up the iris on me.
- 6 hours projection
- Not an everyday cologne
- Made for events such as clubbing
- Suitable for weddings, birthdays, and meetings
- Uomo Salvatore Ferragamo
Many brands promise modern but timeless releases. Not everybody can achieve such a bold objective, however.
Uomo is one of the fragrances which achieve this, even if not to a full extent.
Black pepper, nutmeg and cardamom, and bergamot are its spicy opening notes.
Sweet flowery notes, ambroxan, and orange blossom are the midnotes here.
Cashmere wood, sandalwood, and tonka bean complete its formula.
I’d also attribute it to a tiramisu-like accord. Its sweetness places it closer to my Armani Code Absolu which is why I don’t often go for it as a first choice.
However, it’s better on my skin as the Code Absolu is simply too sweet for me to enjoy.
The sweet-peppery combination is what does it for me. Of course, it gets compliments in the clubbing scene as it attracts a lot of attention with its spicy notes.
- Sweet, but tolerable
- Honey-pepper opening
- 4-hours projection
- Available in 30ml, 50ml, and 100ml Eau de Toilette
- Versace Dylan Blue
It always amazes me how cheap this Versace fragrance is. It smells so much better than other colognes twice as expensive.
For me, it oozes clubbing and summer. But since I love it, it’s also one of my wintertime fragrances to lift my spirit on a gloomy day.
This fragrance gets a 3.8 rating out of 5 on most websites. For me, it’s close to 5 as it suits my personality, dressing style, and skin pH.
Of course, it has a bit of a limited projection. But I’m rarely clubbing for more than 4 hours anyways. Maybe it’s because of my age. But I’d rather get out for drinks after a couple of hours of disco partying. For such occasions, its projection does its job.
Aquatic notes, Calabrian bergamot, grapefruit, and fig leaf are all in its inviting opening.
Violet leaf, black pepper, patchouli, and ambroxan are present in the drydown. Ambroxan then lingers on until it evaporates from the skin.
Saffron, tonka, incense, and musk complete its wonderful clubbing fragrance.
In terms of projection, it won’t be at the same level as Club de Nuit. However, if you’re dancing with someone in the club, they’ll feel its presence.
- Refreshing and versatile even indoors
- Clubbing similarity to Dior Sauvage and Bleu de Channel
- Some compare it to Bvlgari Atlantiqve
- It only projects for a couple of hours
- Black Afgano Nasomatto
Alessandro Gualtieri (Orto Parisi Stercus, MariaLux Deeply) has a masterpiece here.
This fragrance has a sex-appeal most others need for the clubbing scene.
For me, it also smells like green apples and added toasted cumin on top.
Here’s what the manufacturer says about it.
The fragrance has green notes and cannabis in the opening. However, both are overpowered by the heavy oud, as you might already expect from its dark color.
Resins, tobacco, woody notes and coffee make up its heavy mids.
The incense is also there.
It’s decadent, prevalent in the nighttime. I wouldn’t dare to wear it during the day.
But for clubbing purposes, it attracts all eyes and noses. It needs one more spray for outdoor clubs to have it lingering in your immediate vicinity.
- The strong projection for 3-4 hours
- It stays on the skin for more than 10 hours
- It’s dark appeal limit it to nighttime use
- One drawback is its 30ml bottle size
- Versace The Dreamer
After something so raw as the Black Afgano, The Dreamer is the polar sensual opposite. It takes the animalic out and it puts the romantic in the fragrance.
As its name suggests, you’d have to be a dreamer to enjoy it to its very best.
I like such fragrances because they remind me of places, people or certain happenings.
It has a floral heart, and maybe this is why I like it and you might not.
Here’s what to expect.
Sage, mandarin, and lavender are among its leading accords.
Geranium, rose, carnation and tobacco is it’s in mids. I’d also suspect other floral notes here.
Fir, vetiver, tonka beans and woody notes complete it’s mesmerizing aroma which is not even that expensive.
It also has a bit of a nostalgic vibe. Its 90s feel is there.
But this is the type of fragrance an introvert like me feels most like a fish in water with.
- Lavender and tobacco rich
- Geranium projection is strong
- Still available at a good price
- 8+ hours projection
- Cristiano Ronaldo Legacy
As one of the most overlooked fragrances, it still amazes me nobody has ever heard about it. Even those in the fragrance community rarely know about it.
When I was clubbing a couple of years back, people would ask me what I was wearing.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s fragrance was my answer.
Every single person responded with ‘does Cristiano Ronaldo have a fragrance?’.
Yes, he has. It’s not a bad one either.
Set your prejudices aside about celebrity-tied fragrances and give it a try, especially for clubbing.
Citrus, lavender, sandalwood and green apple are its opening fighters.
Orris, rosemary, cedar, and violet are next. Some people only get rosemary here.
Ambergris, patchouli, and vetiver complete the unlikely fragrance.
- 3-hours projection
- You’ll probably be the only one knowing about it
- It doesn’t cost more than a few drinks
- A romantic profile
- A bit more mature than expected
- Nobody in America even knows how to wear it
- Rasasi Entebaa
Entebaa is a bit different.
On me, it smells like plum brandy and incense. It has that oriental vibe and I’m going to use it whenever I go clubbing outside. It certainly blends well with this environment and a dress code on the dressier side.
Patchouli, vetiver and Galaiac wood follow its plum, lime, and pineapple opening.
Vanilla, tonka beans and sweet pralines complete its profile.
However, it has a few limitations you might want to consider.
Tonka haters are not going to like it, of course.
But it also has a limited projection.
It doesn’t last more than a couple of hours on my skin, which is something I’ve experienced with other Rasasi releases.
However, if you’re not going to be out on a terrace until sunrise, this is a nighttime release that is going to get people compliments in the clubbing scene. If you like the house of Rasasi, it’s not a big investment.
- A sophisticated alternative to Creed’s Silver Mountain Water
- Spicy and smoky at times
- That plum brandy vibe is not for everybody
- You need to expect poor projection
- David Beckham Beyond Forever
OK, David Beckham did not make this fragrance. Nathalie Lorson did, and I love her work.
She’s been the nose behind a few underdogs from Bentley, Burberry, and Azzaro. But she also created K by Dolce & Gabbana as well as Lalique Encre Noire. This list of amazing creations can go on.
What she did here is combined bergamot, nutmeg, and resins in the opening.
Immortelle, fern, and violets are its heart and soul.
The fragrance completes with vetiver, leather, and patchouli.
I do feel that we should all take this brand a bit more seriously now.
As for the fragrance, I think it’s a catch for the younger crowd, students or anyone on a budget.
It doesn’t mean you can’t still have fun in the club if you don’t have many to throw around on some pretentious fragrance.
Unlike its Cristiano Ronaldo alternative, the fragrance is better known in the US where Beckham is starting a football empire. However, it remains to gain popularity in Europe, including in David’s native England.
However, at some point, we’ve all tested various fragrances without investing too much just to see if we like a house or not. While this is not necessarily an objective measurement, in this case, it certainly gets the foot in the door.
I think there are at least 3 very good fragrances to own from David Beckham’s line and it can be a good start.
For me, it was also the case with Burberry fragrances where I had a similar approach and ended up buying everything I got my hands on from the British brand.
- Excellent presentation
- An affordable clubbing fragrance for the younger man
- Highly underrated
- A bit floral for some men
- It can be a signature scent outside clubbing nights
If you seek the best, your clubbing experience needs reliable fragrances. None of the above fragrances are known for weaker projection, except Entebaa, which might have just been its reaction on my skin.
All other clubbing fragrances vary on versatility and projection from good to very good. Some of them might not be used in other situations outside clubbing.
But given many meet their other half in clubs or simply take a long time to prepare for clubbing, taking the time to select the right fragrance must be there as well.
As with all articles on this website, I’m not going to end it here. Whenever I have the time to add my impression on other clubbing fragrances I’ll be returning.
Feel free to come back and check for updates or leave a comment with your preferred clubbing scent.
When you need to relax after a long clubbing night, you can put your feet up and enjoy a rest day outdoors. Feel free to check out the best tropical fragrances for this occasion as well. If your partying ends up with a date prospect, feel free to check the best date fragrances for men list.