Vintage Bellodgia was a wonderful, rich, very creamy carnation. My vintage edc has a bit of neroli up top, but that often unpleasant note is very restrained, and soon the thing goes to a smooth carnation (which is not of course as rich as the parfum). A bellodgia edt I tried a few years ago was a floral stronger on neroli and citrus, some spices, and with little carnation and creaminess. The My Bellodgia I smelled last year (in the new square bottles) is a slightly spicy floral, ok, but not a carnation. In sum, for what I have smelled, it's best to stick to vintage.