Well, since I adore Fracas AND it tends to be a light fragrance on me, I'm probably not the best judge. *
That all being said, it seems these days that fragrances which are more neutral in character are more work-place appropriate. *While I dislike the whole 'politically correct' atmosphere that seems to be cropping up in work places, it does seem more evident that less and less people are even wearing fragrance to work. *If you're worried at all about offending others, perfumes with "personalities" are probably not the best route to go. *If you think it's too strong than it probably is.
As an aside- are you telling me that Fracas is now sold at Victoria's Secret therefore making it more mainstream and possibly plebian? *Oye Vey! *