$175, 1.7oz by Byredo, at Byredo.com
Created by photographer couple Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin, Byredo's latest opus is intense, warm, and sexy. Ethereal iris and violet notes lead way to sensual amber and a chocolatey patchouli, making 1996 a sublime leathery and woody scent.
$75, 1.7oz, by Tom Ford, at Macys.com
A lighter version of Tom Ford's latest fragrance for men, Noir opens with a fresh splash of spices before settling on the skin as a subtle woody scent. Perfect for the office.
$37.26, 3.4oz, by Mauboussin, at Perfume.com
Switching to a more intense fragrance for winter doesn't have to involve spending a fortune: Try Mauboussin's delicious blend of incense, orris root, and cedar wood, spiced up with very season-appropriate ginger and cinnamon.
$160, 3.4oz by Bois 1920, at MinNewYork.com
Rethink patchouli as more than a hippie smell: Italian niche perfumers Bois 1920 elevate its woody properties with amber, tobacco, and musk, to deliver a boldy masculine fragrance. Sure to keep you (and your loved one) warm on those cold winter nights.
$210, 3.4oz by Odori, at LuckyScent.com
A breezier take on classic tobacco scents, Tabacco is both uplifing and comforting, with notes of eucalyptus, bitter orange, jasmine, and vanilla enhancing its sweet and smoky dry-down.