No. Versailles pour homme is the one to try and, yes, I know it's difficult to find. But there's a reason why we have 'pour femme' and 'pour homme'. The 'sensibilities' and notes to do matter with regards to the intended sex. Why any male would wear Coco or L'huere blue is beyond me.
When you are wearing something as marvelous as Opium homme eau de parfum, you just have to wonder why one would choose the woman's version.- - - Updated - - -
Originally Posted by sirsmellzalot
I'll probably get ridiculed for even saying this, but I've heard Bal a Versailles was one of Michael Jackson's favorite frags. That he had some kind of ridiculous stockpile of the stuff and that he would get anxious when he didn't have a sufficient quantity on hand. I know, I know...laugh it up. I did
hear that, though, and somewhat recently.
If Michael Jackson wore the woman's version that's good enough reason to stay away from it! Look what happened to him.