Ever wonder why we feel the need to pick a heavier scent in winter? Well, with the cold dropping our body temperatures significantly, we no longer have as much body heat to diffuse the scent like it usually does in summer. Add that to the cool air dispersing the scent, and you'll probably find that those light fruity fragrances just aren't enough.
Just remember: Don't overcompensate. Although you want your fragrance to withstand the wind, apply too much and it'll repel the people around you. Try a spritz or two first. Sprayed too much? No need to shower. Apply a bit of alcohol to a cotton swab and dab the areas of skin where the spray was splashed. It'll help remove some of the scent.
This season, we're looking to spicy scents with amber and wood - think Montblanc Explorer Ultra Blue and Gentleman Givenchy. Check out our other go-tos for the colder months above.