Boyfriend blazers, oversize cardigans, and pale skin: The '90s are officially back. But if it pains you to pay $400 for pleated pants, a unisex scent lets you dabble in the androgynous trend without butching out your entire wardrobe. Sexy and addictive with leather, tobacco, and spice notes, these new fragrances are a modern, more assertive take on 1994's iconic CK One. Sharing scents shows how different they can smell on men and women, says Nooka President Matthew Waldman, who once wore Chanel No. 5: "When I bought it, I didn't realize it was for women because it smelled very masculine on me." By Kilian perfumer Kilian Hennessey notes the same sexual split with his latest launch, Aphrodisiac: "On my skin, I smell the woods and the tobacco, but on my female staffers, the honey takes over. I almost don't recognize it." Like a tuxedo jacket on bare skin, these androgynous eaux won't dilute your sex appeal.