I'm not sure if it is due to my distant middle eastern roots but I have never percieved roses as un-masculine. I love rose scents and will hapilly wear even soliflors.
My current favourites include: many Montales, Creed Fleur de The Rose Bulgare, Domenico Caraceni 1913, C&S 88, Acqua di Parma Colonia, Tauer's Incense Rose and more....
Good for you ,some of the greatest rose growers are men so why not? I am trying to persuade my husband to wear "Une Rose" . He loves them on me but so far won't wear them. I did get him to use my Une Rose body cream at home. I think I'd find any man wearing rose intoxicating.
Neither have I perceived roses as necessarily female. Beautiful examples for a genderless take of roses imo, are Lyric (both man and woman), Portrait of a Lady or Voleur de Roses.
I don't get categorising flowers as gender-specific. I do like Pour Un Homme and can't bother less about lavender being a "flower for men".
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