Sure, when I first encountered it, FdB was both attractive and eyebrow raising...a combination of captivating and offputting elements. But I dared to try it again, and it became beautiful and complex, and I knew right away I'd have to have more. A swap, and a larger amount came into my possession. I applied with a bit less caution, and found more to explore that way. More of the wood came out, along with a sort of fruity element...and the realization that this one morphed as appropriate with weather and mood.
So, I have a partner I'm always happy to join on the dance floor. Many perfumes are kind of one occasion/situation affairs--good for a perk me up, or a special date, or an important business meeting. Feminite du Bois is more of a me scent, one that gently lifts my spirits and accomodates my moods. Which makes it a bit more than a "skin scent," a bit less than an "occasion scent," and a wonderful expression of me.