Yes, some Carons, L'Heure Bleue or some vintage extraits. They just don't feel right at the moment on me (when going out with them), which says nothing about how much I may enjoy them. L'Heure Bleue e.g. has become more and more a contemplative ME fragrance.
I'm having trouble picturing situations where I'd think, Dark Aoud would be perfect today, but I will take it public sooner or later.
Not used to the raunch of Leather Oud, but I've already worn it in public and damn if the honey and other notes in the drydown didn't combine with the smells of baking bread and pastries in my local bakery to transmorph into something stunningly yummy.
Sort of...Back to Black is REALLY powerful on me. Projects like a beast. I'm not opposed to wearing it out in public, I just haven't had the guts to do it yet. My wife really likes it, so if/when I put it on, I usually do it at night when we're staying in.
I wear everything in public with some consideration when I am flying, which I do every week, or when I am in church. I just limit the number of sprays and/or just spray on my chest for projection beasts such as Black Aoud, Mancera Sand aoud, black afgano or funky arabian oils.
There's nothing that I would strictly not wear in public, but there are a few that I think twice about. Cuir de Russie, definitely. Heavy stuff, rich, with a thick leather that borders on refined and animalistic. Portrait of a Lady is a bit safer, but I still give it some thought. Black Aoud, which I sold soon after buying it just because I wasn't sure I could wear it too often.
I have few fragrances that I consider suitable for all occasions. Some I like to wear when I'm at home, some only to work, some when socializing. Many are suitable for more than one setting, but - yes - there are some that I don't wear outside the house much or at all.
It's like clothes - I don't wear a suit to the park and I don't wear pajamas to work. Some frags are grey suits and some are flannel PJs.