You can’t look like Clooney or star in films like Clooney or buy a sprawling ivory palazzo on Lake Como like Clooney. But you can smell like Clooney, which ain’t bad.

So what’s in Danny Ocean’s dopp kit? Green Irish Tweed, by the venerable French cologne maker Creed. It’ll set you back about a C-note per ounce. But if you’re fishing for an Amal to call your own, this rich, sporty scent is the kind of weapon you’ll need in your charm arsenal. ($370 for 4 ounces,

Of course, Clooney likely has twenty different colognes at home—many of them bespoke. And that’s probably the case for every celebrity mentioned on this list. But each of these scents has been linked with the each of these superstars on more than one occasion.

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Aventus by Creed
$380 for four ounces,
Another Creed offering (their most popular of all time), Aventus starts off a little fruity before mellowing into birch and jasmine. Renowned its lasting power and “dry down” appeal, which refers to the way it smells after its been on your body for a few hours, this is a cologne you could wear all day, every day—from boardroom to bar.

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Vera Wang Men by Vera Wang
$100 for 3.3 ounces,
Fresh citrus blends with leather, spice, and tobacco for a traditional scent that stands apart from similar, cheaper colognes thanks to its balance and harmony. It may be tough to track down—it sells out frequently—but if you can get your hands on some, you’ll receive plenty of compliments.

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Habit Rouge by Guerlain
This smells like something your father (or your father’s father) wore back in the 60s or 70s. Like a sophisticated version of the classic Old Spice scent, this is all flowers, wood, and cinnamon. If you’re the type who digs LPs, classic cars, and other antiquarian fare, this might be the cologne for you.

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Timbuktu by L’Artisian $145,
The Aussie entertainer is supposedly a big fan of this unisex scent, which (according to its maker) is inspired by the Mali region of West Africa. Unlike most of the colognes on this list, this scent is unconventional and hard to describe. Some fruit and flower notes, but not like any you’re used to. If you’re looking for a scent to distinguish you from every other bro at the bar, this is for you.

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Wild Tobacco by Illuminum $150 for three ounces,
Cedar and clove dominate this super-masculine scent, which is often described as redolent of old English gentlemen’s clubs—whatever the hell those smell like. It’s a strong, pushy scent—probably more nightclub or night on the town, as opposed to everyday office cologne.

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Grey Vetiver by Tom Ford $135 for 3.3 ounces,
Most of the Americans are wearing Euro colognes, so it only makes sense the Brit on this list sports an American designer’s scent. Citrus, salty wood, and—of course—vetiver (a type of aromatic grass) comprise this everyday crowd pleaser.

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Colonia by Acqua di Parma
The grand old gentleman of celebrity colognes, Colonia has been produced for 99 years and has aged pretty damn well. Citrus and rose compose the bulk of this fresh scent. If you’re looking for a toned down work-or-play cologne, this is a classic. If it seduced Ava Gardner, it should work on the cute barista you’ve been meaning to ask out.

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Whatever the inside of a Lincoln MKX smells like
The SUV starts at around $38,000
On several occasions McConaughey has claimed he hasn’t worn deodorant in 20 years. While he lends his face to ads for Dolce & Gabbana “The One” cologne ($85 for three ounces,, those shots seem forced. We’ve got a ten-spot that says Wooderson doesn’t wear cologne.