Part of my fragrance collection includes many men’s fragrances that could easily be perceived as feminine. *Yet, they were marketed and launched for men. *Go figure. *They include. *Joop, Carolina Herrera pour homme, 212, Body Kouros, Krizia Spazio, Cartier Declaration, Halston I-12, Blvgari pour homme and Egoiste. *
I love Coco Mademoiselle. *To me it smells more masculine then half the fragrances I mentioned above. *If Mademoiselle had been launched as a men’s fragrance, it would be in my signature scent. *No question about it. *But nowadays, because of its popularity with women, I don't have the stones to wear it. *
I guess fragrance, like clothing, boils down to personal preference and what your comfortable with.