I wear either perfume or a scented lotion on a pretty regular basis, and to tell you the truth most of the time I don't receive random compliments either. I wore Eternity by Calvin Klein (the feminine version) all through high school and thought it was the best smelling perfume ever. (I still like it quite a lot.) I heard other girls receive compliments on their perfumes that smelled like vanilla, etc., but I don't think anyone ever said one word to me about my perfume. I also wore Chantilly by Dana for a while, and people commented on that perfume a lot more. My personal theory is that I probably suit "heavier" fragrances. I love some "light" perfumes, but I think that some of them might almost disappear on me..or maybe they just don't suit my personality if that makes any sense. A couple of years ago I wore Human by Fruits and Passion as my signature scent almost every single day. It was the feminine version which pretty much smells the same as L'Eau D'Issey by Issey Miyake. One day when I was wearing it at work a female co-worker came up to me and just bluntly said that I should stop wearing perfume because nobody liked it. That is probably the worst insult I have ever received about a fragrance I liked, and I was just flabbergasted at the time. I always thought that both Human and L'Eau D'Issey were beautiful perfumes. I still love the way they smell and think they're beautiful, but after that incident I did a lot of thinking and decided that I probably don't suit that particular style of fragrance. I'm not exactly sure why. I, personally, don't think that those fragrances smell bad on me. They don't "turn" on me or anything like that. I really think it must be a personality issue. I think the "fresh", "light" and "aquatic" perfumes tend to be associated with bright, cheerful, animated personality traits, and I fully admit that I'm not like that. I'm not putting myself down, and I'm not saying that I'm unfriendly or anything like that, but I was also told (in that same job) that some people thought I seemed "unapproachable." I don't think I'm really quite that scary once people get to know me, but I really suspect there is something about my personality that people tend to think fits with heavy, "dark" and maybe slightly oriental or spicy perfumes. Although personally I just find Chantilly to be really powdery and I received a lot of compliments when I wore it. Other perfumes I've actually received compliments on (when I wore them) are: Euphoria by Calvin Klein (the feminine version), Red Delicious by DKNY (interestingly..I can't quite explain that one), Coco by Chanel, L'Effleur by Coty (again that doesn't quite fit with my theory, but it's slightly spicy smelling on me), Curious by Britney Spears (okay that's just a white floral fragrance but it is a really nice perfume), Fantasy by Britney Spears, Red Door by Elizabeth Arden and that Scent by the Sea perfume oil from Etsy that I reviewed called Sweet Hashish. L'Heure Bleue smells really similar on me so I might receive compliments on that too but I haven't worn it enough to know. Those are all the ones I can think of off the top of my head. I want to add though..it's not always guys who are complimenting me. Sometimes it's relatives and family members or just friends and many times they are female, and they're just saying "oh what are you wearing? That's really nice!" I still count those as compliments though.