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MrLenny1979

Men who wear " Ladies " Fragrances !

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Hello,
so, what do YOU all think of a " Man " ( Me ) who enjoy wearing a Ladies Fragrance ?
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  1. Redneck Perfumisto's Avatar
    Welcome to Basenotes!
  2. Belinda Cook's Avatar
    Same as a women who wears men's fragrances - each to their own
  3. Belinda Cook's Avatar
    Same as a women who wears men's fragrances - each to their own
  4. odioustoilet's Avatar
    I tend to stay away from the fruity or really floral scents but I could care less what other men wear. I like Boucheron's Pour Homme but to sniff, I have yet to wear it out and about or for social gatherings because I'm hesitant about more feminine type colognes.

    I remember the first time I asked a woman what she was wearing and it turned out to be a man's scent, I was embarrassed. Oh well...........
  5. lisa16's Avatar
    Dear Discerning Mr. Lenny,

    if you fill in your wardrobe here, people will be delighted to make some suggestions for you. If you haven't already tried them, I would recommend a few classics: Arpege, Portrait of a Lady, the Chanels....

    Open arms, brother, and an open mind.
  6. MrLenny1979's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by Redneck Perfumisto
    Welcome to Basenotes!
    Thank you !
  7. MrLenny1979's Avatar
    Thank you all, and to Lisa16 I have NO IDEA " How " to set that up, I'd like to, still new to this, thanks however, bye all....
  8. EdwardBenton's Avatar
    Each to his own. Out of personal preference I go for quite woody, earthy, typically male fragrances. Some like frutier, more floral or more aquatic notes. What is "male" and what is "female" is largely subjective based on accumulated prejudice.

    My rule of thumb - if you like it, wear it, who cares what others might think!
  9. chaplain's Avatar
    Wear exactly what you like. Personally, if I ran into a man who smelled of Portrait of a Lady, or Carnal Flower I'd think, "Awesome!"
  10. lisa16's Avatar
    To set up your wardrobe, you go to the fragrance directory and type in the name of a perfume. A box should appearunderneath the description asking you to rate it and giving you options to list it in your wardrobe as own/ used to own/ sample/ etc. It took me some time to figure it out.
  11. Primrose's Avatar
    I don't care what scent a man chooses to wear, as long as he enjoys it. Why worry over the label on the bottle or the colour of the juice?
  12. memories's Avatar
    Scents aren't divided into gender types to me.
  13. David Ruskin's Avatar
    You should not be wearing a lady's perfume, nor should you be wearing a man's perfume; you should be wearing a perfume that you enjoy. Labels can go hang.
  14. Sneki's Avatar
    As I can see, there is an increasing trend recently for launching of unisex parfumes. I would agree that wearing the perfume mented for opposite sex really depends of preferencies.
    I can imaggine man wearing for example Shalimar, Sicilly or some chypre type, but not really flowery type of perfumes such as EL Pleasures. But as I said, all depends on personal taste.
  15. Diamondflame's Avatar
    I think you're a well-adjusted guy who is comfortable with his masculinity. Scent is genderless. Only marketers love to attach balls to stuff like fragrances.
  16. MrLenny1979's Avatar
    Thank you ALL !
  17. Sambar's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by Belinda Cook
    Same as a women who wears men's fragrances - each to their own

    I agree, Belinda! Over the years, I have worn many of my husband's fragrances, but he has never worn any of mine. As a teenager, I wore my big brother's "Canoe" fragrance.
  18. Hanz Medina's Avatar
    If one believes in God, God create things such as frangrances derived from mother nature, for everyone. Old vintage perfumes contains Lavender in men's perfume and it was sought after then. I think, the media and intention of target-marketing has created a prominent ego-centric individuals to segregate the women and men even-more! What arrived one to something is attraction, a natural being innate to oneself. It's appreciating beauty.
  19. memories's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by Hanz Medina
    If one believes in God, God create things such as frangrances derived from mother nature, for everyone. Old vintage perfumes contains Lavender in men's perfume and it was sought after then. I think, the media and intention of target-marketing has created a prominent ego-centric individuals to segregate the women and men even-more! What arrived one to something is attraction, a natural being innate to oneself. It's appreciating beauty.
    The creator never made it so that I could not love Frankincense or my husband roses .

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