The more feminine marketed fragrances I try, the fewer I find to be so feminine that I can't wear them. It's really only the sugary-sweet and sweet-fruity ones that turn me off. I'm even starting to get the 'white floral' genre, though it's taking some time because I tend to not like these notes.
From classics like Shalimar and Diorella to modern fragrances like Addict and Cashmere (by susanne lang), there's so many great feminine marketed fragrances that really are unisex. I can't even begin to list them all....
I credit BN for turning me on to the androgynous concept of fragrance collecting and appreciation, and I'd encourage everyone to be open minded and just appreciate the artistry. Don't get bogged down in marketing, preconceived ideas, or worrying about what people will think. It can be tough to go start sampling at the women's counter, but I've found most SAs just want to make a sale.
Some of my favorite feminine-marketed fragrances I recommend for guys:
Dior Diorella (a MUST try), Diorama, and Diorling
Chanel Cristalle EdT, Bois des lles (a MUST try), and No.5 Eau Premeire
Serge Lutens A la Nuit
Guerlain AA Angelique Lilas, Mitsouko, Vetiver Pour Elle, L'Heure Bleu, Vol de Nuit, and about a dozen others. Guerlain probably has the most number of fragrances that can be worn by either sex.
Helmut Lang EdP
AdP Iris Nobile
Hermes Eau/Elixir/Parfum de Merveilles (truly unisex, this isn't being marketed correctly)
Juliette Has a Gun Lady Vengence
These are just a few... I encourage you and everyone to be open minded in their exploration.