In general, the jury is out on that. GoKaleo has a lot of great articles about IF and women -- mostly anecdotal and most of it against IF for women.
That being said, I IF and it's been positive for me. I am a woman, btw. IN case that wasn't somehow obvious.
Anyway, a bit of a story. As a kid, I always forced myself to eat breakfast. I never felt good after breakfast, unless I was hungry before. But generally, I wake up not-hungry, and I"m not-hungry for several hours after waking. I usually get hungry between 10 and 12 in the day.
I usually run an 11-7 or 11-9 window -- which most IF sites talk about. Most women have a larger IF window than their male counterparts, I don't think anyone has figured out why.
Now, in general, I eat when hungry. This means that if I wake up and feel hungry, then I eat. And if I'm hungry at 10 at night, I eat. And if I"m hungry in between, I eat. But, it also means that if I wake up and don't feel hungry, and I don't feel hungry all day, and then I'm not hungry by the time I go to bed -- then I don't eat.
Most days, I eat around 12 and then again around 3 (snack) and then again at 7 (finishing at 8). It seems to just fall out that way and luckily matches my teaching schedule. My preference is for 11-7, though, so on evenings when I don't teach, I tend to run that schedule instead.
On weekends, I tend to eat only two meals and no snacks, and they are usually at 11:30 and 6:00. I don't know why. Again, it just rolls out that way.
So, it's really up to you. What works for you, what you want to do, etc.