There are many myths about how to use a fragrance correctly. The main advice is not to overdo it.
Every fragrance could become unpleasant if there is too much of it. You can spray it everywhere except mucosa. Just keep in mind: the lower you spray a perfume, the longer its plume will be. Molecules from our skin fly upright.
So if you spray on your neck only those people who are higher than you could smell the fragrance, or those who stay very close to you. Your wrist will smell perfect because fragrance will go up. From the “throbbing points” (arms and legs folds, temples) fragrance will evaporate faster, but will smell more intensive.
Personally I like to spray fragrances on my clothes. But (I will surprise you) I nearly don’t use perfume. I am always “embraced by fragrances” and tired of them. The exception is when I work with a new fragrance, experiment to understand it, its persistence and plume.
Seasons are also important. Sometimes my clients were disappointed with their summer purchases. I always advise them to try a fragrance in autumn or winter, it will develop differently. The same works with day and evening spraying.