I'm 22 and just began classes at a tier 1 law school. I've tried to transform my image into a more professional one; I wear slacks and an ironed dress shirt every day and just bought a snazzy pea coat that makes me look like a boss. I feel as though a young gentleman such as myself could use a fragrance to complete the look - the problem is that I've never worn cologne and the Axe spray I used in college doesn't seem to cut it anymore. I'm not sure if it matters, but I'm 5'10", white, athletically built, and my general demeanor is austere. For class I'm not sure what cologne I should wear to class, but I know that it needs to be subtle (I surely won't be using a lot). I wear blue/light blue/white striped/patterned dress shirts and a mix of black, grey, and khaki slacks every day. I'll be wearing a black single breasted car coat and leather gloves when it gets colder. Going out formally I recently went to a "roundtable dinner" at my school at which business attire was required. I wore a navy blue suit and a simple gold watch; I was feeling crisp, but I wish I had had a nice scent to add to the outfit. I need a cologne that will compliment traditional suit attire at a formal event (for young men, of course). Going out casually My school is in the heart of NYC; there are plenty of places to go when I need to socialize. I've only been to a club here once and went bar hopping twice. (I don't go out much [I study straight through most weekends.]) My usual going-out look is a dark dress shirt made to be untucked, possibly rolled sleeves, dark jeans, and white all purpose sneakers. Sometimes I wear a dark polo over an undershirt instead. I've been using Axe spray so far, but again, I feel as though a nice cologne would be a nice touch. I'm not sure if this is the right forum to ask this question but I figured this definitely has to do with style and where better to ask. Also, sorry for making my first post a request; I just don't have enough of a fashion sense to make a contribution of my own! I really could use your help, and any input I get will be appreciated more than you know. Thanks for reading.