I have it seen marketed as a unisex fragrance (not sure but think it was even at the Acqua di Parma website itself). I initially bought it for myself but the fragrance didn't work for me so I passed it on to my husband on whom it smells great. If she asked for it I'd assume that she has tried it on herself before so I wouldn't be worried.
answered 3 years, 5 months ago
I personally don't care if something is labeled a man's or woman's fragrance - I want something that is right for me. Even in my 20's I wore one of the old Guerlain fragrances marketed for men. Too many popular women's fragrances are cloying and sweet - maybe fine for some. But, I prefer something that is more sophisticated, unique and a signature for my personality. I don't want to smell my frangrance everywhere. It's whatever works with your unique chemistry. Also look at the notes in the fragrance - are they smells that she is attracted to?
answered 4 years, 1 month ago