In fact, I do wear and love Shalimar EDP, and Eau de Shalimar, and Parfum Initial also. Researching about Guerlain and Guerlainade I've read many considarations saying that Guerlain's scents are in the mid from male and female territories, bending to one side or the other but never fully assuming this or that s a whole gender concept. That's because at Guerlain they never start a new scent from scratch. They modeify aan existing formula, blurring notes, exagerating others to come up with a new male or female scent. Most of them are just very good, masterpeices scents that can be enjoyed by people, a human being. I also wear Mitsouko and L'Heure Bleue in the EDP concentration. But I agree if you live in a society where they have been worn by women over the years/dacades it may seem odd to smell a man wearing Shalimar. But why is Shalimar less masculine than Midnight in Paris? Or DHI? Or even L'Eau d'Issey, which I think is too floral? They are just label with no real meaning whatsoever. In an Age some people ARE really changing sex, literally, why say only women can wear Shalimar, or Chanel No 5 Eau Premiere? I don't like florals, that's all. Even male florals are not my cup of tea. But orientals, I am all in. Also, if Wonderwood by comme des Garçons is said to be unissex, why can't Shalimar be unissex too?