I wouldn’t wear all of them, but I have yet to smell a Tom Ford scent that doesn’t leave me marveling at how distinctive it is. There simply is no other brand like his beauty brand and if my job didn’t consist in big part of trying lots of different products I would love nothing more than to wear Tom Ford all day every day (and in fact, at least scent-wise, I rarely wear anything aside from White Suede even though I have countless bottles lining my vanity). One of my perennial favorites is Neroli Portofino ($135-$195); again not a scent I personally like to wear (I’m a musk fanatic), but it has such a transporting, summer-in-a-bottle scent that I love to just smell it. To go along with the now classic scent, which was launched in 2007, Tom Ford just released two take offs of the citrus classic. Mandarino Di Amalfi ($215-$525) is a blend of citrus, vetiver, and amber notes, while Costa Azzura ($215-$525) is a woody blend of oak, driftwood, lavender, and vanilla. I’m a spice-wood kind of a gal so Costa Azzura smells like heaven to me, but again I am so in awe of how Tom Ford can consistently can come out with completely unique scents you can never go wrong – just don’t spray too much! All of his scents tend to be potent. They’re the only ones that I don’t need more than two spritzes of.