Grey Flannel is just sweet enough in the violet department to be perfect for the right girl. Women were wearing things much drier than Grey Flannel in the '30s and '40s.
Lapidus Pour Homme . . . the honey and rose get soapy with this one, and the pineapple is very (unintentionally) naturalistic. I could see a mature (30 yr +) woman wearing it with no problem. It's strange, strong, dark, but sweet.
Insense Ultramarine by Givenchy. I find it humorous that Givenchy considers this a "masculine" release - I guess the underrated tobacco in its base clinched it in that regard. Women of any age would have no issue with the crisp watermelon and synthetic ambergris/salty ozonic stuff.
Azzaro Acteur. Women in India probably smell like Azzaro Acteur. Women everywhere should smell like it.
Fahrenheit. Petroleum-based tar has sex appeal beyond men. Add honeysuckle and you're begging to be tagged as "unisex".
Guerlain Vetiver. Again, if flapper girls could do it, why can't you?