I think it depends on the scent. If it lasts well on your skin, and develops in a way you like, that should be sufficient. If it fades quickly, or you prefer the earlier notes to the later ones, then fabric might work better. I wouldn't do it with a dark juice, or anything with oil, at least not directly on a fabric I don't want stained or spoiled. For a female, you can spritz half a cotton ball and tuck it in your cleavage, if you don't want to apply it to your clothing. Using a scent on both skin and clothing can work nicely if you want to prolong the opening and middle notes but also have the natural development toward the bottom notes, kind of in harmony rather than just a solo wearing.
Also, experiment with where you apply frag to your skin. If I put any on the inside of my wrist, it is gone in about a half hour, no matter which scent or strength I use. If I spray or apply to the top of my wrist (lower forearm), it lasts much better on me. Even a few inches apart on my body can make a huge difference on longevity and development of many scents, so play around with it.