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Despite what the labels may say, most fragrances are unisexsome just incorporate heavier notes than others, creating the illusion of a more masculine scent. Keep in mind how perfume develops on your own skin, but if you're stuck, pick something that errs on the fresher side of the spectrum to avoid going overboard. Hermes' Eau de Narcisse Bleu ($125; saksfifthavenue.com) mixes the classic narcissus flower with dark, woody elements, while Atelier Cologne's Vetiver Fatal ($185; sephora.com) blends herbal notes like bergamot, vetiver, and violet leaves.