If you like Fracas on other women but not on you, it might be worth trying a couple of other tuberose fragrances with different added notes. Parfumerie Generale Tubereuse Couture has a streak of green that makes the tuberose brighter and cleaner, and Dawn Spencer Hurwitz Tubereuse seems to have a little more sparkle. (I'm tentatively assuming that you may be reading Fracas as too "dirty", since tuberose tends that way.) I also love Serge Lutens Tubereuse Criminelle, but many people perceive off notes in it, from mothballs to raw meat. To me, it has a gasoline note, in a good way.
Tubereuse Couture is one of the main three Beautiful Floral Fragrances in my collection, so I may as well recommend the other two: Serge Lutens Un Lys and Serge Lutens A La Nuit. There's also Parfums de Nicolai Number One. All falling-down-gorgeous non-tuberose florals.
Estee Lauder Jasmine White Moss is another very nice floral. And when I think of it, I think of Issey Miyake A Scent, because they're both greens that came out at a similar time.
In the incense realm, I love Serge Lutens Serge Noire.
And I'd recommend trying the entire Parfumerie Generale line.
I'll stop there, or I'll just end up listing every one of my favorites.