Speaking of Burberry, London's woody sweetness would smell fantastic on a woman, particularly in these colder months.
Mugler's Angel has been mentioned here and elsewhere as having unisex potential, and I agree. It's probably the #1 or 2 compliment magnet in my collection, and those who like it always mention my "cologne". And Gucci Rush, while on the surface a fruity floral, has an odd, synthetic buzz and milky woody quality that eventually dries down to a spookily accurate fascimile of an older, lactonic floral chypre - the kind of thing that modern girls don't wear anymore. The sweetness is tempered so well by the woods, patchouli, and vetiver, and the fragrance as a whole is so off-kilter and strange, that I find it surprisingly genderless (after the first 15 minutes, anyway).