The 6 Old-School Scents Every Man Should Own (And No, Green Irish Tweed Is Not One of Them)
The Disco Seventies
YSL Pour Homme
Grassy scents so light they're barely detectable are now the norm for musk-averse guys. Yves Saint Laurent's blend of lavender, lemon, and sage—the first cologne the designer created for men—is the original model. The regulars at Studio 54 spritzed it on their chests, and you should too.
YSL Pour Homme ($22), amazon.com
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