SotD...multiple things today, some from our Scent Bar trek last weekend!
L de Lubin--wanted to try a full wearing, only to find out it is rather short lived. I think it is an EDT--it lasted about 4 hours. Today it seemed like a very heady floral, but settled nicely into the melon note that I love. After that, it was more of a clean light amber and clean musk drydown, very subtle and close to the body.
Profumum Antico Caruso--as Astraroth suggested, it does seem a little "barbershop" at first. It is fresh with some evergreen, but no ozone or aquatic notes at all. As it develops, some amber and cedar come out, then finally a very dirt-like patchouli.
Serge Lutens Borneo 1834--I am in patchouli heaven. This reminds me of my own hippie oil blend from 20+ years ago. Dry, aromatic patchouli with some spicy notes. I think it is supposed to smell like chocolate, but I don't really pick up on that note. It definitely has a sort of licorice on steroids quality, though (typical for patchouli).
Roberto Cavalli Oro (thanks an_oud_girl!!)--high pitched white florals at first, settling down to a pretty lily-of-the-valley, rose and peach combo. It has a touch of powder, too. Reminds me of Coco
Malle Dans tes Bras--has the same weird almond note that L'Eau d'Hiver does. It indeed smells like acrylic gesso (or as I stated before, a mixture of latex wall paint and acrylic artist's paint). It smells more salty than L'Ed'H, and it has a very small amount of tuberose also. That is probably what is giving it that "off" quality of salty, dirty skin. I agree with other assessments that this is highly conceptual. It is not fading as fast on my skin as it did on the paper strip last weekend.