Originally Posted by subhuman85
If you're confused, it must be unisex! I've never smelled it, but it sounds like one of those frags that doesn't have a specific "gender role" assigned to it, like feminine sweet florals or masculine woody leather. So wear it without worry.
The thing is, I personally don't believe in unisex. I am in the believe that it's either masculine or feminine. There is no way in between that imo. Although I might be working on this opinion, as mr Tauer pulled of something that confuses me like no other unisex.
Originally Posted by StylinLA
Totally with this one. Any very well designed
unisex scent does a great job of being workable for anyone who likes it. This is a textbook example of that. Broke out my decant and wore a little a few minutes ago. I could wear this comfortably, it's just not "dandy" enough, or casual enough for MY tastes.
I went through a phase years ago where unisex "label" scared me. But now there are some I love. On scents like this JBL, you have to go with your nose, your gut and your own sense of confidence. That's what makes it work for you. None of us can or should tell you if it's "masucline" enough for you.
Not so long ago, I didn't even want to try a unisex fragrance. Forgive me, I'm only 22.
Now I try to expand my horizon but it's not always easy.
I knew that there would be some messages stating that I should go with my gut and that I should wear what I like. I don't have any problem with that, as it is the truth. But I'm only +- 4 years into this with a 1 year break. You can't learn some things on your own. Sometimes you really need an opinion from someone else. An opinion that gives you clarity and brings you further into understanding things.
I know some people find these topics useless, but the message from user Sugandaraja
is actually helping me, it's that one thing I overlooked when forming an opinion on l'Air du Desert Marocain.
Originally Posted by Sugandaraja
Given hyper-sweet male-marketed oriental gourmands like A*Men, I'm surprised to find those who'd feel uncomfortable wearing L'Air. It is sweet, but it's also very strong and resinous in the drydown.
I personally have never cared for what gender a fragrance is marketed to, as long as I enjoy how it smells.
You are right, there are some pretty sweet and popular fragrances on the market.
I'm going to test l'AdDM on one wrist, while I'm wearing Le Male or A*Men on the other. Thanks a lot!