Shalimar Eau de Cologne is the one fragrance that I wear the most, of all of my scents.
If you've never smelled Shalimar before, you might be in for a rude awakening: The bergamot top notes are very strong, so much so that the first time I smelled it I got turned off to it. It does not smell like any bergamot you've ever smelled - mostly due to the fact that it's an overdose of bergamot. It smells sort of dirty and simultaneously powdery. As soon as you smell that, the vanilla, amber, florals, resins all sort of lift up the bergamot. Like I said, you'll either enjoy this or you won't.
True story: Two days ago I sprayed on some Shalimar before my buddy picked me up in his car (we were going car shopping). As soon as I stepped into the car he said 'You smell good'. He knows I am into fragrances, but he is not. But he knows when something smells good. He couldn't believe I was wearing a fragrance marketed to women, before I told him I just 'smelled good'. The point: Wear whatever the hell you want to. All of our 'fears' about people thinking we smell like the wrong gender are all in our heads - not in reality.
The picture you posted above is EdC from probably the mid 1990's. It is by no means 'vintage' but it's still good stuff (I went through a bottle last year). But...compared to the vintage EdC I own (from the 1960's), it is a bit more flat. The vintage EdC is fantastic and I hope to always have bottle(s) in my wardrobe. It has been my experience that vintage Shalimar ages beautifully.