Yes, but not in all cases. Each perfume has a harmony which develops from the balance between the top, middle and base notes, and unless one is a professional perfumer, it can be hard to combine different perfumes and succeed in obtaining a pleasant result. It can however be fun to experiment with original combinations, for example, of very different fragrances such as Teint de Neige and Patchouli or Alamut and Musk. In general, it may be wiser to combine a cream or body lotion of a given fragrance with the Eau de Toilette of another. For example the characteristic powdery note of the Teint de Neige body cream combines pleasantly with many other fragrances.