I shouldn't see why not - though as mentioned, longer wheel bolts needed.
Seeing as the hub centre sticks out just under 10mm (from memory) you might struggle to find anything below 15mm hubcentric spacers (and I wouldn't want to go beyond 5mm shim type spacers, as there is not much to locate the wheel properly other than the taper on the bolts).
Hubcentric spacers can generally be bought bundled with bolts - probably around 45mm bolts needed though you should check this. There should be enough thread for the same number of turns to tighten the bolt. too few and the wheel won't necessarily be properly secured, and too many could lead to fowling components behind.
On My 156 I had 15mm spacers and 45mm bolts for a bit - it looked better, but with steel spacers and was adding about 1.5kg of unsprung weight to each corner, I only had a short while before going back to the normal setup.