What is your favorite Cologne or Perfume? I'll go first and say I haven't really owned that many but I do like two that I own which are Yves Saint Laurent L'Homme which is a little light and sweeter and Bleu De Chanel cologne which is a little stronger scent.
for cologne, I LOVE Giorgio Armani Acqua Di Gio, Chanel Allure & Davidoff Cool Water.
now as for favorite perfumes...i srsly have too many because I collect them and I have 36 in my collection (and they're my favorite that's why I bought them in the first place)! if I had to pick a few, it'd be Ralph Lauren Blue (this one makes my guy friends want to hug me or sit next to me just so they could smell me haha), Issey Miyaki L'eau D'Issey, Davidoff Cool Water Wave, and Ralph Lauren Ralph.
basically I like fresh/clean/watery scents, and all of them are this type, except for Chanel Allure, which is a little strong and musky.
i actually wear a men's cologne from hollister and it's actually called "Hollister". it drives the guys crazy and they all LOVE it when I wear it...i actually have people come up to me, sniff me, and say "damn you smell good" lol :P
Colognes generally fall into three groups: citrus, green, and spicy. Citrus, which includes scents like lemon and tangerine, is good for men who want a fresh-from-the-shower aroma; Armani Acqua di Gio and Ralph Lauren Polo Blue are classic examples. The way you dress, and even your skin tone, can affect which fragrances work for you. If your uniform includes jeans and old-school sneakers, for instance, you’re probably better off wearing something citrusy. If the man looks easy going and sporty, a spicy fragrance wouldn’t be my first choice. And if your closet is filled with Dior Homme and Jil Sander, you’ll probably like clean, green fragrances.
When it comes to fragrance and other matters of grooming, I like consistency, so I stick to two or three. It is all about personality. However, a man should have different colognes for different occasions.
I personally favor Salvatore Ferragamo (original), Acqua Di Gio and Acqua Di Parma.
Remember colognes smell different on different people because the skin is different.